Tennis Training
 

 

 

High Intensity Interval Training for Tennis

by Todd Scott
 

 


High Intensity Tennis Training without any gym equipment except a jump rope, and a do it yourself, old school training gadget....

... A homemade sandbag

Yep, a 'sandbag' - I'll tell you more later on how you can get the stuff at your local Home Depot for about 15 bucks and make it yourself, but let's dive into the tennis training for now.

The sandbags can range anywhere between 10-100+ lbs, depending on how you make it, and your current strength level.

For the purpose of this tennis training Segment, I'd recommend using a sandbag weighing around 20-40 lbs.

20 lb bag for a female
40 lb bag for a male

So, here's what you need:

1. Homemade Sandbag
2. Jump Rope

You'll be doing 6 rounds total.

First place the sandbag on your right shoulder, and perform 15 squats.

As soon as your done, drop the bag, rest 20 seconds, and move on to the jump rope performing 40 jumps *OR* for a 20 second time limit - whichever comes first.

That's one round.

Rest 20 seconds and repeat, except this time, you'll place the sandbag on your left shoulder.

Alternate shoulders for the sandbag for each round.

Complete 6 rounds.

Example:

Rd 1
SB Squat - Right Shoulder
20 second rest
JR
20 second rest

Rd 2
SB Squat - Left Shoulder
20 second rest
JR
20 second rest

Rd 3
SB Squat - Right Shoulder
20 second rest
JR
20 second rest

Again, continue alternating shoulders with each round until you complete 6 rounds.

As we become more and more tired during a match, our mind begins to wander, we lose focus, and we begin to make errors we wouldn't normally make.

To combat this naturally occurring phenomenon, we've gotta train past the point of fatigue that we would normally face in a tennis match, and then force ourselves to concentrate.

The concentration point for this Interval is jumping rope.

If you've ever jumped rope before (and I'm sure you have), it's not THAT easy, and when you're tired it makes it that much more difficult, forcing you to concentrate.

This tennis training routine will translate DIRECTLY to the tennis courts and not only improve your recovery time between points, but also your concentration levels while you're fatigued.

 

 

 

NOW, before I go any further

I want to stress that The Igniting Your Game Project was designed to improve your tennis game…

BUT…

One of its nice little 'side effects', if you will, and purposes is shedding fat – I designed it that way, but I don't exactly mention it in my letter on the website – it’s just a little unannounced bonus that you get free of charge ;-)

So if you want muscle development & fat loss PLUS improving your tennis game, you need to look no further.

You can grab a copy at http://IgnitingYourGame.com.

Within a few weeks of applying the program you'll notice your clothes getting a bit baggy... within a few days of applying it, you'll feel the effects of the program in action:

Faster, Stronger, More Developed Muscle, Fat Loss.

AND a more powerful Tennis Game...

Apply the program 3-4 days per week with a with a proper nutrition program and over the 16 week period (the length of http://IgnitingYourGame.com Project)

You can easily to lose anywhere from 20-36 pounds of fat <== I've seen it with my own eyes.

 

But again, and I stress, the Igniting Your Game Project was designed to dramatically improve your game by developing a powerful presence on the court - not for the sole purpose of fat loss. So in essence, you'll get a double whammy & kill 2 birds with one stone if fat loss is one of your goals ;-)

 

Click the image below to learn more about the Igniting Your Game Project.

 

Tennis Training


‘til Next Time, Train Hard & Win Easy!

Todd Scott

http://IgnitingYourGame.com

 

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