Tennis Stretching


Use this Tennis Stretch

Before & After Your Tennis Match


Have you ever played a real tough match only to wake up the next day with killer stiffness and pain in the sides of your hips? It feels like WORK just to lift your foot off the ground or move it from side to side...

If you're like me, you have, and it's not just a pain in the hip -

It's a pain in the a**...

Fix the pain with this post match stretching.

1. Walk over to the fence and place both hands on the rail

2. Slightly bend both knees

3. Place your right ankle on your left knee

4. Slowly bend your left knee and Lower your hips toward the ground


Todd Scott Stretching for Tennis Todd Scott Stretching for Tennis

5. Hold for 8-10 seconds and switch legs

6. Repeat 2-4 times

This stretch really hits your hips and will work out the lactic acid build up during your match.

The next morning, if you're still stiff, take a hot shower and repeat The stretch *immediately* afterwards.

The hot water from your shower will loosen up your muscles and actually
allow you to get a deeper stretch with less risk of injury.


Important note: This stretch also doubles as a pre-competition stretch to loosen up your hips. Perform 2-3 sets of 8-10 seconds before hitting the courts

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  • And Without Learning Any New-Fangled Techniques

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'til next time, train hard & win easy!

Todd Scott
Training Advisor, Men's Fitness magazine



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