Serape (セラぺ) in tennis

The hip musculature generates the majority of power for the successful stroke. In simple words, if the player uses the wrong sources of power, most likely that she/he will lose the stability and balance during the acceleration phase. As mentioned in previous blogs, the source of the power comes from the ground, and its forces. These forces are transferred from the ground to the hip muscles and core, and at this point is where rotational and linear forces work together. The transfer of energy in linear and rotational mode wouldn’t be possible without a“stiffened” core and serape musculature

Non functional overtraining prevention measures-importance of the Recovery

Imbalance in the training to recovery ratio (high training and competitions loads and not enough recovery) is the most decisive factor of developing the overtraining state of the athlete. Recovery strategy, as the opposition to the high performance training load strategy should be equally understood and applied as the part of the training process, rather then considered just as a day off the practice





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