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Tennis Anatomy

If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of your body is doing while you are feverishly trying to improve your serve, here’s a book that will boggle your mind. “Tennis Anatomy” includes more than 194 full color illustrations of the inner workings of your body (above right). You’ll understand your muscles and how they function in a completely new way. Armed with the information that allows you to sculpt your own anatomy; you’ll be able to optimize your performance with a pragmatic, scientific approach that delivers real results.

Tennis Anatomy” was co-authored by E. Paul Roetert, PhD, the Chief Executive Officer of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD); a frequently published author of tennis books and articles; and, Mark S. Kovacs, PhD who is the Senior Manager of Sport Science and Coaching Education for the United States Tennis Association (USTA). Dr. Kovakcs has extensively written and presented on tennis related topics, including: Tennis Training: Enhancing On-Court Performance and is the Assistant Editor-in-Chief of the Strength and Conditioning Journal.

 

Contents
Chapter 1: The Tennis Player in Motion
Chapter 2: Shoulders
Chapter 3: Arms and Wrists
Chapter 4: Chest
Chapter 5: Back
Chapter 6: Core and Torso
Chapter 7: Legs
Chapter 8: Rotational Strengthening
Chapter 9: Movement Drills
Chapter 10: Common Tennis Injuries 

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