Training for tennis domination

ultimately the quality of my game is going to be the biggest determinant of how well I perform on the court this summer, but I also know that I can significantly up my game by being strong and fast enough to get to more shots, and by being fit enough to do so throughout the match. This is the stuff that training provides. Training also has a side-benefit of reducing ones risk of injury.

3 Minute Gym Warm-up

It’s kind of cool that one rep of one exercise does such a great job of warming up your joints and your cardio respiratory system.

A variation on a new glute bridge variation

While glute bridges seem like an easy exercise (lie on your back, lift your butt up. how hard can it be?), the reality for many is that they feel glute bridges everywhere but their butt. When I ask clients where they feel a glute bridge, I often get some combination of hamstrings, back, quads, and abs. This is not everyone – some people do glute bridges and feel their glutes – but it is more than the minority.

Your bones can change

This is Wolff’s Law in action. In a nutshell, Wolff’s Law states that if the body feels it is not set up to continually support the pressure it is put under, it will create new bone to help.