Posts tagged "calisthenics"
How to Perform a Horizontal Pull Up

How to Perform a Horizontal Pull Up

The Horizontal Pull Up is a closed circuit calisthenic exercise for the upper-body. The horizontal pull up focuses on developing strength of the back (rhomboids, latissimus dorsi, trapezius), shoulders (deltoids) and bicep musculature. Most tennis players, especially girls, cannot perform regular pull ups because they have weak cores and don’t have enough upper body strength....
Push Up to Ipsilateral Arm and Leg Ceiling Raise

Push Up to Ipsilateral Arm and Leg Ceiling Raise

The Push Up to Ipsilateral Arm and Leg Ceiling Raise is a calisthenic functional training exercise for professional athletes to improve synergy of the neuromuscular system, core stability, body control and coordination. During the Push Up to Ipsilateral Arm and Leg Ceiling Raise the focus is on improving neuromuscular system efficiency because the neuromuscular system...
Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise to Flexion

Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise to Flexion

The Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise to Flexion is a calisthenic functional training exercise for professional athletes to improve synergy of the neuromuscular system, core stability, body control and coordination. During the Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise to Flexion the focus is on improving neuromuscular system efficiency because the neuromuscular system works in...
Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise

Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise

The Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise is a calisthenic functional training exercise for advanced athletes to improve synergy of the neuromuscular system, core stability, body control and coordination. During the Push Up to Contralateral Limb Raise the focus is on improving neuromuscular system efficiency because the neuromuscular system works in sync when the athlete...
Push Up to Single Limb Raise

Push Up to Single Limb Raise

The Push Up to Single Limb Raise is a calisthenic functional training exercise for beginners to improve synergy of the neuromuscular system, core stability, body control and coordination. During the Push Up to Single Limb Raise the focus is on improving neuromuscular system efficiency because the neuromuscular system works in sync when the athlete moves on...
Single Leg Squat

Single Leg Squat

The Single Leg Squat is a calisthenic exercise for advanced athletes to improve balance, optimize power-production capabilities and enhance flexibility. Learn more about why having great dynamic balance is important and take a look at Tennis Champions: What Separates Them From The Rest? Before you engage in stability training you may want to take a...
Side-Step to Diagonal Single Leg RDL

Side-Step to Diagonal Single Leg RDL

The Side-Step to Diagonal Single Leg RDL is a calisthenic stability exercise for tennis players to improve dynamic stability, footwork, optimize power-production capabilities and flexibility. The Side-Step to Diagonal Single Leg RDL is an advanced calisthenic stability exercise and hence can be used by advanced tennis players to improve skill & balance foundations for more...
Side-Step to Diagonal Lunge

Side-Step to Diagonal Lunge

The Side-Step to Diagonal Lunge is a calisthenic stability exercise for tennis players to improve dynamic stability, footwork, optimize power-production capabilities and flexibility. The Side-Step to Diagonal Lunge is an entry-level calisthenic stability exercise and hence can be used by beginners to improve skill & balance foundations for more complex movements. The Side-Step to Diagonal...
Loaded Mid-Level Tuck Jump

Loaded Mid-Level Tuck Jump

The Loaded Mid-Level Tuck Jump I is a calisthenic ballistic exercise for beginners to improve hip flexor speed, body control, coordination and foot speed-strength. Before you engage in ballistics you may want to take a look at Ballistic Training: How To Optimize Explosiveness for maximum results and a sample ballistic training workout for advanced athletes....