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Online Tennis Training Program.  Workouts and a nutrtion plan for tennis players.

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Tennis Training Programs

Take your tennis game to the next level with a program that powers up your serve and helps you move faster on the court.

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7 Exercises Every Tennis Player Should Know

Add these moves to your training routine for a more powerful serve.

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Beginner’s Guide to Tennis

New to tennis? Use these tips to hone your skills and condition your body.

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Core Performance Tennis DVD

This DVD and 68-page manual will help you become a faster, stronger, and better tennis player by using the same training methods as a number of pros in the WTA and ATP.

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Workouts

Boost Power and Speed for Tennis

Use this combination of agility drills and power moves to raise your game.

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Increase Your Court Coverage

Get to more shots in tennis by developing the strength, balance, flexibility, and awareness you need.

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Returning Tricky Shots

Three tips to help you cut towering tennis shots down to size.

Videos

Backward Lunge & Twist - Tennis

The backward lunge and twist will increase hip rotation and reduce injury potential.

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Beginner’s Guide to Tennis

New to tennis? Use these tips to hone your skills and condition your body.

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Lunge This Way

Performance specialist Anthony Slater shows how to perform a lunge variation as part of your dynamic warm-up.

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5 Tips to Win a Tiebreaker

How to break the tie and claim victory in tennis.

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Returning Tricky Shots

Three tips to help you cut towering tennis shots down to size.

Success Stories

Feel Like an Athlete Again

Corporate jobs have a tendency of making us sluggish and overweight. Here's how one former athlete fought back.