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The 3-Minute Warm-Up That Can Save You From An Injury!

By Jen Campbell @TennisLife_Mag

The 3-Minute Warm-Up That Can Save You From An Injury!

Hey there! This week I wanted to address something that I see every week and it drives me absolutely crazy. League players (and probably most of you reading this) are not properly warming up before hitting the first ball.

All it takes is 3 minutes for this dynamic warmup which can save you months spent recovering from an injury. In this week's Tennis Tip video, I'm going to explain and demonstrate 7 easy exercises that will warm up your entire body in just 3 minutes:

  1. Jog/ lateral jumps
  2. Butt kicks/high knees
  3. Walking foot pulls/knee ups
  4. Side shuffles
  5. Leg sweeps
  6. Arm circles/pivots
  7. Around-the-worlds

That's it! Ladies...take 3 minutes of your time so it doesn't take a whole year out of your tennis!

As always, my goal is to give all of you the tips and tools you need to be the best tennis players you can be. If you have any questions about rules, or situations that happened to you, please tell me about it in the comments section below and I'll address it in a future video! Also, be sure and share my posts with your tennis friends, and connect with me on and Youtube! I also have 2 new accounts so be sure and follow these as well: and .

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