Suzanna McGee Tennis Fitness and Training Guide
Suzanna McGee is a former Ms. Natural Olympia bodybuilding champion, currently nationally ranked tennis player and athletic trainer with focus on sport conditioning and injury prevention. To learn more, visit TennisFitnessLove.com.
Don't forget to bring a soccer ball to your next match. Learn simple drills using a soccer ball that will improve your agility and footwork on the tennis court.
Overly tight muscles could be the root of that nagging hip and knee pain. Learn how to end it with a tennis ball.
Plagued by a tight neck, shoulders and tension headaches? Correct the imbalance in your body and improve your shoulder strength with this one easy exercise.
Tennis can be hard on a player's body. Follow these 5 tips to end your pain for good and improve your game.
While the appearance of lean abs is appealing to the eye, for a tennis player, the strength and functionality of the core is more important.
The root of your lower back, groin and knee pain likely stems from misaligned hips, not the hard surface of a tennis court. Learn how one simple 3-minute stretch can prevent injury and improve your speed and function on the court.
Lunges are great exercise that will improve the strength of your entire lower body and your overall fitness. Best of all, they're a simple exercise that can be done almost anywhere.
Develop your strength, improve your power and increase anaerobic endurance with this simple exercise for tennis players.
Few players are familiar with this simple exercise for greatly improving performance and avoiding injuries.
Here are 10 fitness uses of a tennis ball that don't involve a tennis court.
Build strong hip muscles and help relieve sciatica pain with this simple exercise for tennis players.
Before you walk off the tennis court, try this one stretching exercise to relieve knee and hip pain and prevent muscle strains and tendinitis.