Monthly Archives: May 2015


Proactive Injury Prevention Plan

If you are an athlete, you run a risk of injury. All sports have a risk of injury. The more contact in sport, the greater the risk is. Luckily, in tennis, there is not as much contact, other than when you play doubles and accidentally crash into your doubles partner. Ops. However, the majority of injuries is from overuse. Most […]


Quadriceps Myofascial Release and Knee Pain

During the past few weeks, so many people and tennis players around me have been complaining about some kind of knee problem. I listen, look at them to see how they stand and move, touch and squeeze here and there on their quadriceps, they squeak and jump up in pain and think what a magic that I found this painful spot just […]


Rounded Shoulders Detrimental to your Athletic and Mental Performance

Rounded and slouched shoulders, so called shoulder-rolled-forward effect, are a common sight these modern days. We sit too much, hunched over the keyboard, iPad, laptop, phone, book, driving, or just chilling in the sofa. Even when we sleep on the side, our shoulders are rolled forward and together. This is tremendously detrimental to your athletic performance. Besides the visual, it also […]


Don’t Believe in Overtraining

Whether you are an elite tennis player, recreational player, other athlete, fitness warrior, or if you exercise mostly for health and wellbeing, you probably want to improve. Tangible improvements motivate us to keep going. Persistence, discipline and perseverance is needed in any activity where you want to achieve high level skills and mastery. In fitness training we train longer, more […]