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copycat 06-29-2004 11:27 PM

Training Plan
 
Hey guys, ive just got home from a tournament match today that I lost in. I basically out played him and it was very close, except on the important points where he'd place the ball in the corner and i wouldnt have the legs to get to it. Towards the end of the match I was also finding that my feet were not getting into position, because of fatigue. This has been a real problem for me since i moved up grades playing players of a higher standard. Im really looking to improve my fitness and footwork with a training plan, but would have no idea how to go about setting one. Ive tried going for the occasional jog before but I just dont stick to doing it. I really need to set a training plan to improve my footwork and endurance so does anyone have any pointers??

Thanks guys

cgreenlee88 07-03-2004 07:45 AM

hey copycat,
i also have the same question. i have, however, found a nice website for tennis bodybuilding. it's on teenbodybuilding.com

try this link
http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/bbinfo.php?page=Tennis

or copy it into ur url address
http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/bbinfo.php?page=Tennis

i havent tried any of these, i've done similiar 2 years ago while i was in off campus tennis(im a sophomore in hs now)
hey if u try those tell me how they go, i havent had the time because of my mowing business. thanks
cgreenlee@charter.net

chris

bigserving 07-09-2004 03:51 PM

You said it right. The key to any plan is sticking to it.


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