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This link has a routine for tennis (3 or 4 days, which you can adapt to your needs): http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/weik55.htm And here you can find a great exercise database with video demonstration: http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/ And this USTA link has some good warm-up, drills and strength training, although they use bands instead of ...


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Yes, here's a source: http://en.coaching.itftennis.com/media/113830/113830.pdf Check the last article about endurance in tennis...


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According to The Institute for Sports Medicine Children rarely get tennis elbow. It is most common in adults, but can affect adolescents as well. What is it? Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is an overuse injury the tendons that originate at the outside of the elbow. Tendons are like ropes which connect the ends of muscles to bone. The tendons ...


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Well, it really depends on the duration of the match ; however it would definitely help and trigger your energy. Since you also run while playing tennis, the effects of the gel should be similar. I would not mind using before the match .


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Different methods Parafin-style thing such as ClimbOn (as shown in question) acts as a good massage tool and protection different lotions such as Nivea lotions to heal it faster: getting the fats/ingredients externally around the injured area, the skin will absorb it and it can heal faster. Irritating/massaging: merging scar tissue with healthy tissue, ...


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Rotator cuff weaknesses do not translate into fatigue and low reaction speed. You might be confusing terms. If you feel your arms react slowly and your shoulders feel fatigued too early, you are talking about the big muscles that raise and move your arms: rear, lateral and front deltoid in your shoulders, lats and other back muscles and so on. Those big ...


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If you have access to a barbell and rack, do some of the recommended items of back squats and deadlifts. Those alone will make a phenomenal difference in your back strength. They're tremendously valuable compound lifts. They're also somewhat technical so find some good tutorials or books (Rippetoe is someone I personally recommend). Start with lighter ...


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You should try "foam roller", I have used it personally for my shoulder injury (caused by a gym accident, and had to rest it for a whole month before I actually start doing any type of athletic activities) with tremendous results.


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