Cross over Lunge

Tennis Gator Fitness and Regeneration

The player moves forward by stepping accross the front foot and lunging. 8 to 12 repetition are recommended.

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Knee to the Chest

Tennis Gator Fitness and Regeneration

The player pulls the knee to the chest while walking forwards.  With each step he/she alternates legs.

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Bridges

Tennis Gator Fitness and Regeneration

The player bends and places both hands on the ground.  Both legs and arms are straight.

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The Plane

Tennis Gator Fitness and Regeneration

The player steps and leans forward trying to achieve a body-line that is parallel to the ground.

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Twisting Lunge

Tennis Gator Fitness and Regeneration

The player takes a long step forward and bends the front knee into a lunge.  In the lunging position, the player rotates the upper body.

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Font and Back of the Upper Leg

Tennis Gator Fitness and Regeneration

Here we see a complex exercise that combines stretching with balance. The player grabs his/her ankle with one hand and pulls it to touch his/her buttucs.  From there the player will bend forward and touch the net trying to keep his/her leg straight. Make sure the player keeps his/her back straight and the ubber body bends straight down.  (many players …

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