Top 3 Shoulder Exercises to improve External Range of Motion

Working with a lot tennis players and overhead throwing athletes  means that we are usually dealing with shoulder issues and reducing the risk of rotator cuff injuries. There is a lot of  "stuff" to look for when dealing with overhead athletes and shoulder issues. Generally, you want to take a look at T spine rotation... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Hip Mobility Check List

At Zenith Strength, one of the first things we teach our clients and athletes is the importance of hip mobility. You need mobility in order to move well and if you are an athlete who plans on minimizing knee, back and shoulder injuries you need to make sure you are addressing you hip mobility on... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Training at the Facility

Here's a glimpse of the workout from Tuesday the 28th of September working with the tennis players from Eagle Fustar full-time program. We have top players training including, Eric Johnson who is ranked in the top 30 Nationally in the boys 18's, Jelena Pandzic just got to the finals of a WTA pro event several... Continue Reading →

3 Training Mistakes to Avoid for Tennis Players

There is so much training related information these days that its hard to know if the information you're reading is credible. My clients all have similar goals regarding performance training. They all want to become better athletes. In the case of the tennis player, the requirements to become better athletically are still the same. You... Continue Reading →

Sandbag Clean for Power Development

The sand bag is a great tool to integrate into your strength and conditioning program for power development. Certain exercises such as power cleans are extremely technical and difficult to teach in a short period of time. However, the sandbag  clean is relatively simple to teach and retains the benefits of integrating triple extension,which is... Continue Reading →

Deepak Sabada Wins Again

Congratulations to Deepak Sabada for winning the Diamond Hills 18's Jr. Championship! Deepak took out the #12 ranked player in the boys 18'S division in the semi-finals en route to the title. This is his second tournament win this year and he has been on a 15-1 tear his last 16 matches. Keep up the... Continue Reading →

Sunday Rant

There are times when you just need to get stuff off your chest. This may anger some and may enlighten others. Zach Evan Esh, a coach who I look up to and admire for his body of work as a strength coach and business man says it best. Check out his blog. Zach pretty much... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑