- This package includes one Regular Resistance Band, one 1000g ball, one 500g ball, and one 250g ball
Mattspoint Plyo Balls
- Strengthen your serving arm with upper-body plyometric exercises
- Add power to your serve with specific movements that potentiate the serving arm's action
- The follow-through is the most damaging phase of the tennis serve, train this phase with plyo balls
- Improve serve technique through plyo ball constraint led drills
- Use them before you play and add speed to your biggest weapon
Mattspoint Regular Resistance Band
- Ideal for warm-up before training & competition (especially before serving)
- Improves shoulder & elbow strength in the rehabilitative tennis player
- Includes wrist straps for added comfort
- Easy maneuverability allows for a variety of specific exercises
- Metal clip attaches to a fence or net with ease
- Medium resistance - recommended for ages 15+
The Mattspoint Resistance Band
From college all the way to the pros, tennis players need to prep their serving shoulders to mitigate injury and increase strength. This training tool is an absolute must-have in every serious player's tennis bag.
REDUCE INJURY RISK
You wouldn't run a 100m dash without a proper warm-up. So why would you serve at full speed without one? Specific band work promotes blood flow, builds endurance and can increase strength. Performing band exercises as a warm-up to training & competition has helped countless tennis players reduce the risk of shoulder & elbow injuries.
Research has proven that performing ballistic exercises with resistance bands can increase serve and forehand speeds - 99% of the pros on tour do these types of exercises before hitting the court, shouldn't you do them too? We also know that the serve in today's game is a player's number one weapon. More serve practice means more shoulder work.
THE MATTSPOINT PLYO BALLS:
The training tool every tennis play should have.
Want more shoulder care info? Check out these detailed articles:
4 Reasons to Include a Shoulder Routine into Your Tennis Warm-Up
Post-Match Recovery for the Tennis Shoulder - Part 1
Post-Match Recovery for the Tennis Shoulder - Part 2
Could the Follow-Through in the Tennis Serve be Killing your Shoulder?