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Dynamic Flexibility

Use Dynamic Stretches To Enhance Tennis Performance
By: Steve Green

Dynamic Stretches Menu

           dynamic stretches introduction video coming soon

On this page you will find a series of dynamic flexibility exercises. Select the exercise and enjoy the instructional video clip

Common teaching points for all of the exercises found in the dynamic and static stretching menus include:

1. Always maintain good posture

2. Work within the range of movement that you can manage

3. Increase the range of movement gradually

4. If you are at all unsure of your health, or if you have any injuries, it is recommended that you consult a doctor before embarking on a new fitness-training regime.

Warming Up: Always precede stretching with a good warm up. You should wear a tracksuit to aid raising your body temperature and you should try to get to the level where you start sweating. Depending on the temperature that you are working out in this will probably take at least 5 minutes.

Dynamic Flexibility Exercises

 Select an exercise from the following list and see exactly what Steve is explaining.

Length/repetition: Each exercise should be done 10 times or over two court widths, whichever is relevant to the exercise.

Dynamic Shoulder Extension

Dynamic Rotational Shoulder Twists

Dynamic Side bend

Dynamic Trunk (Canoe Stretch)

Dynamic Reverse Canoe

Dynamic Squat to shoulder extension

Dynamic Squat

Dynamic Toe Walk

Dynamic Criss-Cross

Dynamic ‘Duck and Jump’

Dynamic Footwork Combination

Dynamic Hopping Hurdles

Dynamic Hurdle Kick

Dynamic Lunges

Dynamic Squat Shuffle ‘London Bridge'

Dynamic Wrist Twist

Dynamic Side To Sides

Dyanmic Karate Kicks

Dynamic Split Jumps (abductor/adductor)

Dynamic Matrix (Stick Dodge)

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