A good level of joint mobility allows a person to perform movements without restriction, while a person with good flexibility may not have the strength, coordination, or balance to execute the same movement. A good point to remember is good flexibility does not always denote good mobility. Continue reading Joint Mobility – Use It, or Lose it!
Many beginner swimmers set out with a goal of swimming a half mile or a mile straight through. I cringe when I hear that—it’s not really the best way to do a swim workout. If you were lifting weights, you would do 3 sets of 10 repetitions of a biceps curl, instead of 30 straight repetitions, right? The same goes for swimming. Continue reading How to Read a Swim Workout
You want to do active flexibility exercises before any kind of physical training. These exercises are important because they wake up your muscles, increase the range of motion of joints, and they improve your body awareness. This style of warming up will enhance your muscular power and performance. Continue reading Active Flexibility Warm up Exercises You Should Try
Today’s lesson on the catch pass mini rally is another segment in the tennis warm-up category where we will test your racquet control. This is the third video in the mini-tennis series, so if you have not seen the “Bump-Bounce-Hit” or “Bump-Pass” videos, make sure you check those out first as they are the preceding requirements to this mini-tennis skill. Continue reading Tennis Warm-up: Catch Pass Mini Rally