Stretching Routine for Injury Prevention e-Booklet


Flexibility training is possibly the least popular and the most underrated element of tennis fitness training. Even though you might have heard a lot of contradicting opinions about the importance of stretching in the injury prevention, it is obvious that the flexibility of the muscles and joints plays an important roll in any athletic movement. The muscles that are not tight can move more efficiently and in a bigger range of motion resulting in better performance and less injuries, because the limb can move further before an injury would occur. A flexible athlete is a supple athlete. With better flexibility your movement and agility on the court will improve. Another benefit of flexibility training is that the stretched muscles get more relaxed, and with relaxed muscles, it is easier to learn new skills. Your body awareness will increase and that itself will help with your movement and performance.

Static Stretching e-BookletContent

1. Static stretching routine
2. Calf stretch
3. Glute stretch (pigeon)
4. Hamstring and hip stretch
5. Quadriceps stretch
6. Seated groin stretch
7. External hip stretch
8. Supine groin stretch
9. Hip crossover stretch
10. Straight legged hip stretch
11. Spinal twist
12. Rotator cuff stretch
13. Backbend: the total stretch
14. Dynamic warm-up

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About Suzanna McGee

A former Ms. Natural Olympia Bodybuilding champion, currently performance coach, injury prevention specialist, plant-based nutrition coach, author, speaker and raw vegan athlete. Loves to help others by sharing her knowledge, and to hang out with her favorite chocolate Labrador Zuzi. Find Suzanna on , Facebook and Amazon.