Tennis Training Programs
Choose from our three tennis programs to raise your game and stay strong and healthy all year long.
Tennis Training - Performance
With this training and nutrition program, you'll improve key performance aspects, including strength, power, flexibility, speed and quickness. You'll also improve your nutrition and recovery habits to help sustain your success. The end-result: A more powerful serve, better court quickness, and less risk for nagging pains and injuries like tennis elbow.
Training Components: Prehab (injury prevention), Movement Prep (warm-up), Plyometric, Movement Skills, Medicine Ball, Strength, ESD (cardio), and Regeneration (recovery).
|Days per week: 3-5
Duration: 75-120 minutes
|Try it free for 10 days >|
Tennis Training - In-Season
Twice a week, you'll perform workouts to improve strength, speed, power and flexibility with this program. You'll also train a third day each week to improve your resistance to injury and help your body recover faster. Along with a nutrition roadmap, this training pwill help you stay competitive and healthy throughout the season.
Training Components: Prehab (injury prevention), Movement Prep (warm-up), Strength, and Regeneration (recovery).
Days per week: 3
Duration: 30 minutes
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Tennis Training - Without Weight Lifting
Sticking with your own resistance training routine? Then use this program to improve in every other area, including your court skills, overall conditioning, speed, power, injury resistance, as well as your nutrition habits.
Training Components: Prehab (injury prevention), Movement Prep (warm-up), Plyometric, Movement Skills, Medicine Ball, ESD (cardio), and Regeneration (recovery).
Days per week: 3-5
Duration: 45-75 minutes
Try it free for 10 days >
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost?
All membership plans begin with a free 10-day trial. Choose from a monthly plan for $9.99 a month or the yearly plan for $89 a year. The yearly plan is the best value because you can try dozens of customizable programs for what amounts to less than $8 a month. That’s less than $2 a week, which is less than $.30 a day, which is less than $.02 an hour. Even Tibetan monks can afford those rates.
Can I switch programs?
Yes, of course you can switch programs at any time with no penalty or explanation needed.
Am I too old or too young?
It all depends on physical and emotional maturity, but 14 years old is generally the best age to start. As for too old, there’s no ceiling. Consult your physician before you begin, but there’s a program for everyone.