I hope you’re well and managing to keep motivated for your return to court (whenever that might be). Are you keeping in shape? If so, how? Why not share your tips with the rest of us by entering a comment below the blog post or replying to the email? (I'm putting this out as both.) If you reply by email, I’ll forward the tip (anonymously if you like) to everyone and put it on the club Facebook page. A few of us (me included) could probably use some help.
I was browsing around yesterday and happened across some useful stuff on the LTA website:
Keeping in shape for tennis
The LTA is doing its best to help us keep in shape at home. Some of the activities on its Tennis at Home Hub you can even do sitting in a chair. They're really worth a look. If we do tennis-specific exercises like the ones shown at the Tennis at Home Hub, we’ll be less likely to injure ourselves on our return to court (and we’ve waited so long!).
Tennis coaching in your living room
The LTA is also offering free coaching that you can follow at home. They say it’s for all standards of play. The first session is tomorrow (Saturday) at 10 am on the LTA’s Facebook page. Subsequent sessions will be on Facebook and TikTok. All details are on the free coaching link above. With a bit of luck they’ll publish the videos on YouTube subsequently, as well.
Let me know how you get on and if you have anything you can recommend.
Also, if I were to start communicating through the blog and to just email out a link to the blog, would that work for you? You should also be able to just subscribe to the blog on this page.
All the best,
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