strength training tips

6 strength training tips for playing tennis (For women)

It is no myth to say that muscles burn more calories than fat. For this reason, among others, many women want and want to gain muscle volume in their bodies. But, where should we start strength training? According to the American College of Sports Medicine, the minimum recommendation for strength training is twice a week. But this is not the only advice that we are going to give you today, no, because you must attend to these other six that will make your life better. Read more…

strokes in table tennis

The serve and other strokes in table tennis

In table tennis, service is the blow by which the goal begins and the ball is put into play. At the origin of this sport, the service was simply used to start the game and it was usually a defensive shot. Nowadays the game has changed a lot and it is an eminently offensive blow, since the high competitiveness of this sport means that the players want to win the goal from the moment of the service and if this is not possible, not to provide the opponent with the opportunity to Take the initiative during the point at stake. Read more…

Epicondylitis

Lateral epicondylitis or Tennis Elbow: Treatment and Prevention

One of the most common and painful ailments at the same time is called epicondylitis, better known as tennis elbow, a condition that will cause you great pain when you move your elbow. Lateral epicondylitis consists of an irritation in the tendon that is found in the flexor muscle of the forearm, which goes from the wrist to the elbow. People who have this condition have their elbow as inflamed, feeling great pain when they move or exercise it, especially if it makes it strong. Read more…

Fartlek training

Fartlek training and its structure

What does the word Fartlek training sound like? I do not know about you but it sounds like Swedish to me. Indeed, this is a training discipline rather for the already experts and those who have worked well in their physical form and background. We have all practiced this type of training, what happens is that nobody remembers, but in high school they made us climb the steps of the track, lower them, go around the track, etc. If you still hear us, keep reading these lines. Read more…