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Latest in Tennis
Shoulder health is on the mind of every pitcher, quarterback, tennis player and other overhead athlete. It supports the explosive overhead skills you ...
By: Andy Haley
Before he was dropping dimes all over the field at UCLA and installing a hot tub in his dorm room, Josh Rosen was a tennis prodigy. The SoCal native w...
By: Jordan Zirm
Due to the intermittent explosive nature of the game of tennis utilizing med ball drills can be a powerful tool to decrease injury rate, develop...
By: Brian Carlson
Preventing and Healing Two Common Spring Sports Injuries: Tennis Elbow and Golf Elbow By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Tennis Elbow and Golf Elbow (inflammation...
By: Jim Carpentier
Venus Williams is a titan of women's tennis. The 36-year-old is currently ranked as the No. 17 singles player in the world. Considering the fac...
By: Brandon Hall
Latest Videos in Tennis
Learn how to improve shoulder mobility to fend off common injuries that affect pitchers, tennis players, volleyball players and other overhead sports athletes.
At Club Med Sandpiper Bay, tennis coach Gabe Jaramillo gives tips for improving your tennis backhand. Jaramillo shows the proper grip, swing, and body placement to create a powerful stroke.
Elite coach Gabe Jaramillo at Club Med Sandpiper Bay explains how to add the put away forehand to your tennis game.
At Club Med Sandpiper Bay, world renowned tennis coach Gabe Jaramillo explains how to add 20 miles per hour to your serve to guarantee it is always an ace.
The STACK Rundown: CP3.VIII, the adidas Crazylight Boost and Roger Federer's Air Jordan-Inspired Kicks
This week on the STACK Rundown, we look at the CP3.VIII and two other new kicks that recently dropped.