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#90 - Tennis: All Things Fitness, Agility, Hitting Power, Injury Prevention

February 1, 2018
Tennis is not for the faint hearted. It requires huge reserves of fitness, speed, agility, strength, power and cat-like reflexes. Oh and you need to be able to hit the ball as well. James and Jacob talk about some of the ways we help our tennis athletes develop their overall athleticism and how you can take your game to the next level.

Tennis players definitely need to have high levels of aerobic fitness, but that still doesn’t mean pounding the pavement with long slow runs. All the same rules of sport specific fitness apply

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