Posts tagged "Training"
Off-Day at Tournament in Friedberg – Hitting Practice

Off-Day at Tournament in Friedberg – Hitting Practice

Alexander Ritschard is having a light practice session at the ITF Future tournament in Friedberg, Germany, on his day off. You are welcome to take a look how Alexander is preparing for his match tomorrow versus M. Schmid (CZE) scheduled for 4pm.
3 Simple Speed Drills That Will Improve Your Agility

3 Simple Speed Drills That Will Improve Your Agility

Being able to change direction quickly on the court is essential nowadays because the players are hitting harder and we have 3 simple speed drills that will help you improve your agility. So, if you are looking to improve your speed, quickness and agility then we have 3 great on-court speed drills for you. Watch...
New Product Review - Dual Landmine Core Trainer

New Product Review – Dual Landmine Core Trainer

The Dual Landmine Core Trainer is a double barrel ground-based core training tool that allows you to develop total body & core strength and power, especially via rotational exercises, for athletes of all skill levels. The solid, easy-to-setup adjustable landmine core trainer is a must-have training tool because you can do dual-bar movements, train in...
4 Speed Ladder Exercises That Will Improve Your Footwork

4 Speed Ladder Exercises That Will Improve Your Footwork

Many people believe that footwork in tennis is important but they are wondering what exactly they can do to improve it and speed ladder exercises are a great way to get started. Using a speed ladder to improve movement economy can be one of the answers and hence we are introducing some speed ladder drills...
8 Challenging Free Weight Exercises to Improve Energy Transfer

8 Challenging Free Weight Exercises to Improve Energy Transfer

We introduce 8 free weight exercises for advanced athletes that improve your stability and energy transfer capabilities, which ultimately allow you to hit more powerful shots and move quicker around the court. Some free weight exercises, like the Overhead Squat and RDL to Snatch, are advanced and require good range of motion at the shoulder...
How to Integrate the Training Method Into Your Workout Program – Interview Question 3

How to Integrate the Training Method Into Your Workout Program – Interview Question 3

During this part of the interview Philipp Halfmann introduces his new book and explains how you can integrate his training method into your workout program. Find out more about his approach and watch the sample exercises showing you how to improve leg strength in the gym and your agility on the court.
How Does Your Training Method Work? – Interview Question 1

How Does Your Training Method Work? – Interview Question 1

Philipp Halfmann introduces his new book and reveals more details about the training method for athletes he developed. Watch and find out what makes his training for tennis players so effective and how it will improve your performance on the court. Related Videos
Exercise Physiology: Study of Body Changes Due to Exercise

Exercise Physiology: Study of Body Changes Due to Exercise

  Exercise physiology can be defined as the scientific study of what is happening inside the body due to exercise (physical activity). More specifically, exercise physiology is the study of cued-responses to exercise and the adaptations that occur with training; a short-term change is called a response and a long-term change causing a relatively permanent...