e-tennis.org Home

Tennis Racquets | FAQs | Site Map | Bookmark this site!

Search our products Your Shopping Cart

Tennis elbow exercises

Click here to see our selection of Tennis elbow exercises.
Tennis elbow exercises

Tennis elbow exercises

Tennis elbow is primarily considered a Repetitive Stress Injury, (RSI) so as soon as you begin to improve you should start, gently with a couple of resistance tennis elbow exercises. Of course, you want to start simple, and work your way up to things like dumbbells. If you strain to re-gain strength before the tendons and muscles are ready, you can considerably undo any progress you may have made—or even make the problem worse. Once you can use dumbbells—even very light ones—we suggest that you try the following exercise:
1. Holding a dumbbell in each hand, sit down.
2. Lay your forearms down your thighs.
3. Be sure that your hands are hanging over your knees.
4. Your palms should be facing upwards.
5. Begin by curling the weight upwards at the wrist and lowering slowly.

Another example would be tennis elbow exercises like squeezing a ball in your hand—then try to hold (momentarily) before releasing. There are a few very good tennis elbow exercises available. Let your tennis elbow exercises vary depending on how good the tendon feels—but always remember to include them as part of your regular schedule twice every day. Your overall strength should get better—and you can keep in shape by doing lower body cardiovascular exercises Of course, you want to start simple, and work your way up to things like dumbbells. If you strain to re-gain strength before the tendons and muscles are ready, you can considerably undo any progress you may have made—or even make the problem worse.

Trusted site - secure shopping We accept all major credit cards

Jump to most popular search results:
Tennis Racquets | Womens | Youth | Yonex | Wilson | Tennis Balls | Tennis Equipment | Tennis Bags | Prince | Mens | Strings | Head | Dunlop| Babolat

Home | Commercial Accounts | Security, Exchanges and Returns | Contact | About | Shipping | Links | Learning Center [page 1 - page 2] | View Catalog [page 1 - page 2]
Copyright © 1998 - 2009

Learning Center Featured Products Customer Service Shipping Policies e-tennis.org Home athletic shoes