Tennis FIT

Fitness & Nutrition

The majority of today’s tennis programs spend 95 percent of their time on strokes, strategy and match play, and only 5 percent of their time focusing on fitness and nutrition.

It is ridiculous, and ultimately defeating, to think your tennis game alone can overcome nutritional and conditioning deficiencies.

All other sports take a significant amount of time out of their practice to make sure their athletes are well conditioned, properly hydrated, nourished, and educated about fitness and nutrition – so must tennis.

Here you’ll find many resources explaining all the best options for maintaining a well-balanced nutritional and fitness program for the high-level tennis athlete.

Please come back here often and check Tennis Fit on Facebook for updates on the best and most current information on fitness and nutrition.

The true difficulty to overcome with fitness and nutrition is proper planning. You need to organize your shopping, meal preparation, and meal consumption around your tennis and training schedule. You not only have to eat 6-8 small meals and snacks over the course of the day, but you also have to make sure that you have eaten the right types of things at the right times to get the benefit from the nutritious food that you have selected. The ability to stay nourished hydrated (8-10 12 oz. glasses of water minimum) as well as balancing your activity levels with 8-10 hours of sleep at night will set you apart from your competition. Poor planning on these fronts will result in bad losses and potential injury. Look to for ongoing nutritional and fitness tips.


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For a tennis and fitness evaluation or custom program please contact Bryan Hiner or Amyn Soldier to discuss scheduling and fees. Please check Tennis Fit on Facebook for daily updates and special offers.

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