From the classes of treadmill to the indoor cycling mode, all are made available in the tennis fitness gyms.
At a time when the likes of Murray and Djokovic are pushing it the extra mile to come through in tough five-setters, never has the gym experience been so important to elite tennis players.
Running is, for the most part, an endeavour which involves solitary experience, but it’s also a necessary one! Students get trained in where they have to be on the treadmill as well as indulging in other gym activities such as push ups. Everything is hard for the runners who take part in any contest or even try to indulge in running for fun, but the benefits can all be seen on the court.
The task is challenging for all those who sweat it out in return for running records, and increased fitness. The Titanbet Boot camp, held for athletes in the run up to Wimbledon, gives equal opportunity to all those who wants to make difference in their lifestyle. Alternating between running to treadmill, the bootcamp segments are classified and categorized, and vary from interval training to forcing elite tennis players to sprint up the hills in outer London.
Body strength is monitored and improved upon in the boot camp. Burning calories is just part of the process, as some athletes eat upto 10000 calories a day! everything is carefully monitored to ensure that they are getting enough of the right kind of nutrients.
Sprinting bouts are also taught by the trainers in the classes, with the aim being to improve those quick thrusts to the front of the court, whilst Coaches also help players battle the treadmill part of their workout by involving a pyramid structure to taper their fitness.
Altogether, the fitness classes are stretching from the cities of USA to UK, and are fast becoming renowned for helping to create better tennis players. For those who are not fans of running, they can take part in the various weight and aerobic exercises in the gym as well as yoga.
The programmes are tailored to each individual, and follow a circular pattern with alternating design structure to ensure that the work is both different and interesting. New variations keep on occurring in the wellness and recreation centres by the coaches and the participants, which is why we have bigger, better, faster, stronger players today and why they will only continue to improve.