Dean Hollingworth

Dean Hollingworth

Dean Hollingworth, CSCS, has extensive experience working with athletes of all ages, helping them develop speed, agility and strength. He has consulted with various amateur and professional organizations as a fitness specialist for tennis, hockey, gymnastics and football; and his involvement has directly contributed to athletes’ performance both on and off the field.

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A Simple Workout to Improve Your Tennis Skills

Tennis workouts allow you to play competitive tennis while staying injury free. Most people play tennis to get into shape, unfortunately it works the...

Make Old Ladder Drills New: 3 Updated Classics

No matter what sport you play, speed and agility are two of the most sought after athletic traits. When you first start training to develop them, th...

Get a Powerful Chest With Upper-Body Plyos

If you are looking to gain upper-body explosive power, you should be performing upper-body plyometrics. Plyos will help you improve nearly any sports ...

How to Improve Your Appearance and Performance

Burning fat and building muscle are common goals for athletes, and rightfully so. By adding lean muscle and trimming fat, you will be stronger and fas...

Three Physioball Push-Ups for Strength and Stability

Push-Ups have long been held in high regard by strength coaches. Because athletes in nearly every sport can benefit from increased chest strength and ...

Use These Tennis Drills to Dominate the Competition

The right way to condition for tennis is passionately debated. Some believe that long-distance running is the key to success, while others champio...

Bodyweight Exercises For Home or Travel

Whether you're trying to increase strength, power or speed, your work starts with your lower body. To be successful at your sport, you must implement...

Five Drills to Increase Quickness

Quickness, an essential weapon in any athlete's arsenal, is the ability to respond immediately to an external stimulus. Whether it's reacting to a...

How to Add Power to Your Serve and Groundstrokes

To become a top-ranked tennis player, you must have great athletic ability. Need proof? Just watch highlights from the 2012 Australian Open. These...

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