CHEK Exercise Coach and The Tennis Biomechanics Manual

 

Last week I was in Copenhagen to teach CHEK Exercise Coach. It was a much smaller class than usual and unfortunately we lost a student due to an unforeseen circumstance after day three.

It was really nice being able to give so much attention to each student and they did produce the best exercise programmes I have ever seen on Exercise Coach.

CHEK EC Copenhagen Oct 2015

Yesterday was my first day back from Copenhagen and I had received 3 boxes of my latest book, “The Tennis Biomechanics Manual.” The first 50 orders placed received a signed copy, so I had to sign 50 copies and then send them back to The CHEK Institute to mail out to the first 50.

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It’s been a long-term project writing The Tennis Biomechanics Manual. I began writing it in 2011 and finished the manuscript in June 2013. We’ve since been organising photo shoots, graphic design, editing the finally printing the book. Penny Crozier and Holli Clepper did a great job editing the book and Joling Lee did an amazing job with the illustrations, graphics and layout. I must give them a big thank you for their hard work!

It’s really pleasing to see the final hard copies in the flesh. I now hope to help educate those conditioning tennis players and tennis players themselves to avoid injury, overcome injury and get into the best possible shape to play the game to their potential.

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Anyone wishing to order a copy can do so by clicking:

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If you would like details on the brand new “CHEK Tennis Conditioning Series” advanced training program, please click here. The course is ideal for getting ahead of your competition if you work with or would like to work with tennis players.

Until next time…

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