Tennis Speed Training: Serve Faster, Return Harder and Move Quicker With Isometric Training

The latest version of the Tennis Speed Training program has been released. It has been updated to include 20 exercises that will add power and speed to the Serve, Forehand and the Backhand. Plus it has exercises to develop more speed and quickness getting to the ball and approaching the net.

All of the exercises use the proven training method of using resistance bands with an isometric training strategy. This training technique will strengthen and quicken muscles in ways that other training methods, including weights and plyometrics are just capable of doing. The dynamic elastic properties of the resistance band are ideal for speed training purposes or for increasing the contraction speed of muscles.

Tennis players use diverse groups of muscles in both the upper body as well as the lower body. The Tennis Speed Training program covers all the muscles used in the various strokes and in court movement. In many instances the lower body muscles are used to add power to the serve, backhand and forehand. These lower body muscles are conditioned as well as the muscles of the arms, shoulders and back.

A unique and effective exercise has been developed and included in the training program that conditions the muscles of the core and hips. This exercise will provide the tennis player with additional speed and power in the swing by strenghtening and quickening the rotation of hips as used in the forehand and backhand strokes.

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