Well, what do most tennis players spend
most of their time thinking about and practicing in terms of their
Depending on who you are you may favor
practicing the serve if you have identified this as a weak link or just
an area of importance.
You may target the forehand, either because it needs improvement or maybe because you want to develop its potential as a weapon.
same goes for your backhand or your volleys or it may even be a
particular tactic that you have decided need some improvement.
could be one of the few players that work on their physical preparation
as you know that deficits in strength, speed, or even stamina can be
the difference to winning in two sets or fading out and losing in three.
You could even be one of the very very few that works on their mental game.
say very very few because, whilst most players have either heard and
understood or experienced for themselves how important their mental
preparation is in terms of winning matches, very very few of you
practice these skills in order to get better at them.
comes to the very very few category, I need to add a dozen or so very
very(s) to get close to the number of people who even recognize the
fact that tennis nutrition is important, let alone consider it as
something that must be practiced.
Well You Need To Think Again!
and nutrition for tennis in particular can mean the difference between
having the energy in the third set to execute your game plan the way
you want to or fading away to a disappointing defeat - and this is
nothing to do with how good your strokes are!
You really need to know what lies behind the tennis calories equation as well as the tennis food that makes up a tennis diet.