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Tennis: Drills to perfect it

You can get it if you really want

You can get it if you really want

You can get it if you really want

You must first try


Cheesy song? Perhaps… but as I was looking for Justine Henin's videos to discuss her training methods, this one came up. She is shown trying plyometrics at the gym. Plyometrics help improve your balance, agility, and precision. As you know, all three are extremely important skills for a good tennis player. Now that the days are getting longer and the weather warmer, a tennis game is a great option even in New York's cold climate.




Training for basketball

Do you dream of becoming the next NBA star? How about getting better at basketball and helping your team win? Do you like the sense of accomplishment when your team wins? 

There is a way to improve your game and it does not involve watching  games on TV for hours. The safest way to victory is to train daily. You need to get into plyometrics. This means increase your balance through complicated footwork drills. 

If you incorporate plyometrics in your training you will be able to produce fast, powerful movements. Plyometrics is a great form of exercise known to improve the functions of the nervous system, which generally improves performance in sports.




(Post by Thomai Serdari)