Cold Shower to Improve Performance and Health

Cold showers, cold baths and exposing oneself to cold temperatures in a smart way has been a remedy for treating many ailments by various cultures for decades. Many amateur and professional athletes use “cryotherapy”, which is immersion in ice cold water. There are huge benefits from taking cold showers and baths. I have started to take cold showers first thing […]

Cold shower to Improve Performance and Health

The Freedom Journal

The Freedom Journal Guarantees to Achieve Any Goal

The Freedom Journal is something I have been waiting impatiently for several months now. The Day is coming… and if you have big goals in your life, fitness, health, or tennis, I feel like I need to let you know about it. In Venice Beach, California, we are having beautiful sunny days (sorry to all of you who are still […]


Pain in the Butt and How to Get Rid of Piriformis Problems

Pain in the butt can be a real pain the butt. Literally. Or idiomatically. Tennis players, runners, ball players, or even when walking or standing a lot, you have probably experienced this discomfort that just stays with you and doesn’t want to go away whatever you do. Sometimes you can have a numb, tingling, or burning sensation going down the […]

Pain in the butt — Piriformis myofascial

fitness goals — raise your standards

Achieve Your Fitness Goals by Doing Things Differently

I am always very inspired and motivated by people who are consistently successful in what they do, both in life and fitness. In all areas of their lives they repeatedly show success in everything they put their mind into. They motivate me to stay focused on my personal and fitness goals. Successful people are not born that way. They work […]


Strong Shoulders with Overhead Carry

Overhead carry exercises strengthen your shoulders, triceps, and wrists, while engaging the core, back, hips and legs. Strong shoulders should be one of the focus points of every tennis player. Your goals are: both shoulders the same strong, or at least as close as possible both shoulders the same flexible explosive strength endurance strength mobility Carrying weights overhead requires a […]

overhead carry kamagon

15 Important Tips for Fat Loss

15 Important Tips for Fat Loss

While we often start thinking about our body fat levels in spring and before the summer because we want to look our best on the beach and in tiny skimpy summer clothes, often it is too late for many… To decrease your body fat and look fit and trim takes time. The heavier you are, the more patient you need to […]


Hollow and Arch Body Hold for Core Strength Endurance

Body holds and other bodyweight exercises are quite underestimated. They look simple but when you start doing them, you realize how hard they are. Especially if you carry a little bit extra weight, then you really struggle. Bodyweight exercise give your brain a strong signal to decrease your “dead weight” (fat) because it is not efficient to carry it around. They […]

hollow and arch body hold

Spreading toes in five fingers socks

Spreading Toes for Enhanced Foot Function and Improved Performance

Spreading toes sounds like something we don’t do very often. Can you spread your toes as easily as you can spread your fingers? Can you move your toes independently and as you want? Or do they have “life on their own”? Which means: when you want to move your big toe, all the other toes follow… If your toes have life […]


Hamstring Stretch for Lower Back Pain

Hamstrings are the muscles in the back of the upper leg. In tennis players, they are often too weak. In general population, the hamstrings are often too short and tight, which can cause different issues and aches, including lower back pain. The hamstrings are extremely important for effective sprinting and powerful running strides on the tennis court. They bend the leg […]

Front Split for Hamstring Stretch

The slight edge results for abs

The Slight Edge in Your Fitness Goals (and Life)

The Slight Edge… what is that? Would you like to have a slight edge in almost everything you do? In your tennis game? In your fitness? In your life? “I have no time” is the biggest and most common objection that I hear from people who would like to get in better fitness shape, either for tennis or just for […]