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Complete Conditioning For Tennis 2e

Author: United States Tennis Association
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492519332
Size: 23.74 MB
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Increase shot power and on-court speed and agility with the most comprehensive tennis conditioning resource available. Combining 204 drills and exercises with online access to 56 video demonstrations, the only strength and conditioning resource endorsed by the USTA will help you outlast the competition.

Championship Tennis

Author: Frank Giampaolo
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1450424538
Size: 18.54 MB
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Offers instruction and professional insights to a better tennis game, including effective drills, advice for improving anticipatory skills, and identifying strengths and weaknesses.

Anatomy 100 Stretching Exercises For Tennis

Author: Guillermo Seijas Albir
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9781438009698
Size: 40.30 MB
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Includes 100 essential stretches for racket players of all kinds, plus step-by-step descriptions of each exercise and technique, its impact on anatomy, full color photographs and illustrations, and more to help players improve performance with every serve, volley, and passing shot.

Bollettieri S Tennis Handbook

Author: Nick Bollettieri
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736040365
Size: 42.97 MB
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As the most successful coach in tennis, Bollettieri has worked with Andre Agassi, Monica Seles, Boris Becker and others. In this book he shares his wealth of knowledge and insight into the world of tennis, with discussions of strategies, stroke development and physical and mental conditioning. 400 illustrations.

Power Tennis Training

Author: Donald A. Chu
ISBN: 9781439504758
Size: 46.57 MB
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Outlines a course of stretching, weight training, plyometrics, medicine ball exercises, and court drills designed to condition tennis players and improve their game.

Tennis Science

Author: Bruce Elliott
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022613962X
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If you have watched a Grand Slam tennis tournament in the past decade, you are probably aware that the game is dominated by just a few international powerhouses. At the conclusion of each tournament, it is likely that you will see Serena Williams atop the women’s podium and a member of the Big Four—Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray—hoisting the trophy for the men. And while there is not a lot of variety in the outcome of these matches, the game of tennis itself has changed drastically over the decades, as developments in technology and conditioning regimens, among other factors, have altered the style of play. Underpinning many of these developments is science, and this book explains the scientific wonders that take the ball from racquet to racquet and back again. Each chapter explores a different facet of the game—learning, technique, game analysis, the mental edge, physical development, nutrition for performance and recovery, staying healthy, and equipment—and is organized around a series of questions. How do we learn the ins and outs of hitting the ball in and not out? What are the main technological developments and software programs that can be used to assist in performance and notational analysis in tennis? What role does sports psychology play in developing a tennis player? What is the role of fluid replacement for the recreational, junior, and professional player? What rule changes have been made with respect to the racquet, ball, and ball-court interaction to maintain the integrity of the game in the face of technological change? Each question is examined with the aid of explanatory diagrams and illustrations, and the book can be used to search for particular topics, or read straight through for a comprehensive overview of how player and equipment work together. Whether you prefer the grass courts of Wimbledon, the clay courts of the French Open, or the hard courts of the US and Australian Opens, Tennis Science is a must-have for anyone interested in the science behind a winning game.