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Tennis Elbow Theraband Exercises

Lateral epicondylitis is the medical term for what is commonly called tennis elbow. If you are suffering from this condition, you ...

Self-Practice to Improve Your Tennis Skill Consistency

Improving the consistency of your tennis strokes requires mental consistency and many hours of practicing the same stroke mechanic...

If Your Shoulder Hurts, Can You Still Work Out?

If you are feeling pain in your shoulder, it is probably in your best interest not to continue working out and to instead allow th...

Tennis Fitness Tips

Tennis requires a combination of muscular endurance, anaerobic conditioning, speed, quickness, agility and flexibility. It's key t...

The Best Tennis Rackets for Kids

Buying a tennis racket for your child can be a little tricky because manufacturers make junior rackets in five different sizes. On...

What to Wear When Playing Tennis

Tennis fashion has changed dramatically since the early 20th century, when trousers, cotton shirts and full-length dresses were th...

Does Temperature Affect How High a Tennis Ball Will Bounce?

If you are looking to add a bit of friendly sabotage to your tennis opponent’s game, consider popping a few of his tennis ba...

How Does Newton's Laws of Motion Interact With Tennis?

When you watch tennis, or any other sport, you're watching a demonstration of physics, just with more cheering than the typica...

What Is the Perfect Workout Routine for a Tennis Player?

Tennis is a sport that requires a broad fitness regimen. Strength, speed, agility, flexibility and endurance are all athletic bui...

Where Does the Power Come From in a Tennis Swing?

You might think that a powerful tennis swing or stroke comes from being physically strong. While muscular strength helps, other fa...
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