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Old 02-05-2013, 08:54 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by luvforty View Post
thanks for the inputs.... not 100 in a row lol.... 4-5 balls per batch, then walk to the other end.

slight tear - yeah, will be careful.... been there for years.
Take it easy and build up that shoulder. Do your thrower's 10 exercises and scapular pushups and general strength training. I was bombing serves until I injured my shoulder.

I've decided that it is usually best to work on serves a little every practice that your shoulder is healthy. But always warm up first and don't hit to many. It is also good to do a little serve practice, then work on something else (perhaps server return) and then go back to serve practice.
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