FSP tennis players train muscles and movements that correlate to on-field performance as well as the muscle groups that aren't actively used quite as often. We refer to it as the gas pedal vs. the brake pedal. Athletes with a strong gas pedal perform. Athletes with a strong brake pedal resist injury. FSP tennis players have both.

Tennis players that register for one of our sports performance programs will be able to train seamlessly alongside athletes from all sports, building their personal athletic profile while simultaneously broadening their athletic scope.

  • Explosive 1st-step quickness to properly set their feet before each return.

  • Rotational power to add more velocity to each serve.

  • Scapular mobility and stability to stave off overuse injuries.

  • Anaerobic endurance to last long matches against their rivals.



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Tennis is a sport requiring explosive first-step quickness, lightning-fast change-of-direction, and impressive coordination and timing, Because of the rotational force required to return the ball, many tennis players walk off the court with injuries, typically in the shoulders or elbows. FSP coaches help our tennis athletes improve their footwork so they don't have to force awkward returns. One aspect of tennis that gets lost in the fold: the games are long! While each serve might be brief, a match can last a handful of hours. tennis players must be economical in their energy expenditure and resilient enough to walk away as the winner.