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June 21, 2016

It is common knowledge that a proper warm-up before tennis is important, but how often are you running late for practice or a match and when you get there you do some of “these” (holding your foot to your rear end to stretch your quads) and some of “those” (arm across...

April 4, 2016

Yoga for speed sounds like an oxymoron since yoga is often about slowing your body down.  It may be a little easier to understand how yoga might make you more agile on the court but how can it make you faster?  We are now beginning to build upon the foundational layers...

March 27, 2016

Hopefully, by this point in the series you have begun to make some connections in your body through awareness of your posture and breath and how daily movements feel when practicing them. Congratulations, you have already begun to discover the mind/body connection!


March 17, 2016

We have all been breathing since the moment we were born.  We breathe our first breath upon arrival into the world and we will leave after taking our last breath.  All the days in between we breathe 21,000 breaths a day; yet we only utilize a small portion of our lung’...

March 10, 2016

I believe Roger Federer to be one of the most graceful tennis players of all time.  He seems to move across the court with such effortless ease that I often feel he goes home and choreographs his matches.  Besides having an outstanding team behind him that we all wish...

March 3, 2016

Ankle sprains rank among the top five injuries for tennis players; yet most players walk on to the court without ever doing any prep work for their feet and ankles beyond making sure their shoe laces have been tied!

The foot and ankle is a complex region with many joint...

February 24, 2016

Posture plays a vital role in improving your performance on the court.  But, what is Neutral Posture? What role does it play in your performance and how do you find your Neutral Posture?

Neutral Posture is when your body is in correct alignment; where all body parts are...

February 16, 2016

Tuning into the Australian Open, I was not surprised to hear commentators already discussing which players were entering the 2016 season with injuries and ailments and which ones were healthy.  With the high demands of a season that seems to never have an off-season, h...

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