Hi. I'm Debbie O'Toole, and I'm going to talk about muscles used in paddling sports. Muscles used in paddling sports such as tennis literally works every muscle in your body including your glutes, your core, your obliques, your shoulders and I'm going to show you some great exercises that is going to help improve your game on the court. There are a lot of muscles that you use in paddling sports such as tennis because there's a lot of running back and forth, side to side. So when you're moving side to side, back and forth you're primarily using your glutes, your quads, your hamstrings, your abductors and your adductors. And you're serving overhand and you might be doing a backhand as well. And you're involving your obliques, you're involving your shoulders, your involving your forearm so there's a lot of different muscle groups that you're using in your upper body. And exercise that's great for improving your performance on the tennis court is the side lunge. And what you're going to do is you're going to step to the side and you want to make sure that you put all the weight back towards your glutes, and that takes pressure away from your knee and you don't want to have your knee go over your toe. You want to keep it safe and you want to stretch out your inside leg and lunge down. You want to keep your toes pointed forward and then you're going to come back up. Another great exercise for paddling sports is the overhead shoulder press and it's great for improving your strength and preventing injuries on the court. So if you want to intensify the movement you're going to add an explosive bush back and you're going to bring it back. And you can use both hands to start with to prevent injury at the beginning. So you press and bring it back.