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A workout to build toughness.

A workout to build toughness.

By Jared Evans A workout to build toughness Looking for a workout to build your biceps and your ability to toughen up? Well look no further! As I promised, here is how you can combine different survival building skills into one workout. This can be done a few times a...

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Looking Inside the Champion’s Mind

Looking Inside the Champion’s Mind

Have you ever wished you could see inside someone else’s mind for just a moment? You wonder how they see the world and what you might learn if you could see what they see. Playing tennis, you may wonder what goes on inside the mind of the great players. What are they...

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Why Table Tennis is Good for Alzheimer’s Disease

Why Table Tennis is Good for Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia are a common experience for many entering their retirement years. The effects can be devastating for individuals and their family members. While much research is yet to be done, it’s well known that keeping an active brain is key to...

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Tennis and Your Heart: Top 3 Benefits

Tennis and Your Heart: Top 3 Benefits

It’s no secret that exercise and playing sports are great for your heart health. Playing tennis just happens to be the best. Being a game you can enjoy at any age, tennis is well suited for maintaining your best heart health for a lifetime. Playing Tennis and Your...

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The One Stretch Every Tennis Player Needs

The One Stretch Every Tennis Player Needs

By Jared Evans Does this position look familiar? It's ok, we have all been there at one point. Realizing that we are in a bad position is the first step to correcting it. Sitting is said to be the new smoking and it is negatively affecting our health in a number of...

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Top Tennis Injuries: Rotator Cuff Tear

Top Tennis Injuries: Rotator Cuff Tear

By Jared Evans The rotator cuff is actually four separate muscles that work together to stabilize the shoulder joint. They also can work with other larger muscles to create rotation of the upper arm or slow it down. Preventing Rotator Cuff Tears These muscles are...

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Top Tennis Injuries: Tennis Elbow

Top Tennis Injuries: Tennis Elbow

By Jared Evans This condition is also called lateral epicondylitis, which is a fancy way of saying that you have an angry, inflamed tendon. This onset of pain and aggravation can be influenced by technique, the weight of your racket, play style and intensity of your...

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