Why Weight Training for Tennis Players Makes Sense | Tennis Conditioning Episode 16

Hello and welcome from beautiful Geneva in Switzerland. In last week’s episode I talked about the areas of expertise of a quality coach. In today’s episode I will explain why weightlifting for tennis players makes sense since there are different points of view with regards to physical conditioning for tennis players. Some people believe there […]

Precision Training with Tennis Prodigy Borna Devald | Gillette World Sport

I started playing tennis when I was 6 years old, when I went to school. But even before that, I used to play tennis with my grandfather. I loved playing tennis, so I decided to really focus on it. I also used to play football… …but tennis was definitely more interesting. So for last four […]

3 Simple Speed Drills That Will Improve Your Agility | Tennis Conditioning

Hello and welcome. So today we want to show you a few agility drills and a sprint drill that you can do with your athletes to work on footwork and agility, change of direction, that you improve that. So we are going to be doing the T-drill, the H-drill and the 25 yard sprint drill. […]

4 Speed Ladder Exercises That Will Improve Your Footwork | Tennis Conditioning

Hello guys and good morning. Today we are going to show you some speed ladder exercises that you can do with your athletes. Alexander is going to perform them and I’m going to give you some information about the drill, how they are called and what they are for and so forth so you have […]

Anatomy of a Steeplechaser: How their Physique Helps Their Stamina

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes, to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian… That’s it, come on! ..as we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF A STEEPLECHASER) In the track and field programme, the 3,000-metres steeplechase really is one of those brutal events. Classically when you look […]

Anatomy of a Biathlete: Can Monika Hojnisz Control Her Heart Rate Better?

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes, to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian. Now we’re working, come on! – Testing, analysing. – Dig deep, come on! Getting under the skin of an elite athlete. As we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF A BIATHLETE) The physical demands […]

Anatomy Of a Weightlifter: What are their Biggest Strengths?

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes, to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian. That’s it, come on! As we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF A WEIGHTLIFTER) Weightlifting is an incredibly transient sport, in other words, it only lasts for very short periods of time, just seconds. […]

Anatomy of a Swimmer – How does Olympic champion Abbey Weitzeil generate speed?

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes to find out what it takes to make it true Olympians As we push their bodies to the max When we look at Sprint swimmers what we’re looking for is a very high anaerobic capacity an ability to cope with high intensity exercise add on top of […]

Anatomy of an Ice Hockey Player: the Strength and Recovery of Jenn Wakefield

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian… That’s it, come on! ..as we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF AN ICE HOCKEY PLAYER) Ice hockey is a team game really like no other. They come onto the ice at 100%, they […]

Anatomy Of A Figure Skater: What Are Maé-Bérénice Méité’s Hidden Powers?

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes, to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian. That’s it, come on! As we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF A FIGURE SKATER) Now, what we expect a figure skater to be is number one – strong. In addition to that, they […]