International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)

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by International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)
The International Tennis Performance Association (ITPA) is the worldwide education and certification organization for trainers, coaches and specialists who have a passion for tennis-specific performance enhancement and injury prevention. Through quality, evidence-based education combined with accurate, professional credentialing, the ITPA aims to be the leader in tennis-specific performance, education and certification for individuals and organizations working within the tennis industry. Visit the ITPA at www.itpa-tennis.org.
by International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)
This video describes the reasons why you should obtain ITPA tennis-specific certification. The International Tennis Performance Association (ITPA) is the worldwide education and certification organization for trainers, coaches and specialists who have a passion for tennis-specific performance enhancement and injury prevention. Through quality evidence-based education combined with accurate, professional credentialing, the ITPA aims to be the leader in tennis-specific performance, education and certification for individuals and organizations working within the tennis industry.
by International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)
This video demonstrates a Tennis Forehand and Backhand Agility Drill on court. This exercise is an example of the types of clips included in the ITPA CTPS Exercises DVD (available for purchase on www.itpa-tennis.org). Over 100 exercise and drill video clips are included on 2 DVDs.
by International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)
ITPA Certification Commissioner Rich Lansky discusses and demonstrates the correct form for the Romanian Deadlift, specifically pertaining to tennis players.
by International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)
This video features ITPA Certification Commissioner Todd Ellenbecker discussing advice for fitness and other healthcare providers (physical therapists, strength & conditioning, etc.) who have a limited background in tennis. Ways to improve this tennis-specific knowledge, which is essential in training or working with any tennis player. Visit www.itpa-tennis.org.