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How To Reduce Computer-Related Elbow / Tennis Elbow Pain by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Contour RollerMouse PRO Reduces Computer-Related Elbow Pain: Computer-users frequently suffer from elbow pain due to poor ergonomic set-up. The most common elbow pain conditions is lateral epicondylitis or more commonly ca
Pro tennis by C.L. R. I've been watching some of the tennis tournies on tv and I have to say, it's so interesting to see these players become star athletes. Some of them get so angry - Federer, ie. - but he's really learned to control it over the
Check Out Greg's Table Tennis Blog by Lela D. Greg's Table Tennis Blog on has EVERYTHING you would ever want to know about the sport. It's a great resource for learning about the game and strategy. He's also got all the rules, terminology, and a buying guide
Tennis On Campus by Kristen D. You don't have to play varsity to play tennis on your college campus. The USTA's Tennis On Campus program is offered at hundreds of schools across the U.S. It is offered in an intramural and club team format, and club teams Another place you might look if you're ever in the mood for a random match, or if you want to find a new playing partner and friend, or even a program off campus in the off-season, is They have a gre
Tennis by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven One fun way to exercise that I have found is playing tennis. I am not very good at it, but it is fun. The sport requires a lot of running and hand eye coordination which makes it a very good aerobic exercise as we
Fun way to exercise... by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven As you all know, one of the keys to exercising do something you enjoy. For me, I've gotten in to tennis. I'm lucky to have a court right across the street from me. Every chance I get, I practice my serves. Unfortunately it
Tennis Elbow by Doug K. Patient Expert R eader Adam points us to this article in Newsweek about Tennis Elbow. Two things to note: The futile tone of the writer. How he developed the problem. The diagnosis of tendonitis. The standard treatment options of r
Ease Back Tension with Tennis Balls by Lela D. The best thing for an achy back is tennis balls. All you do is take an old sock and put two tennis balls inside. Then tie a knot in the sock, making sure the balls are as close together as possible. (I'm sure there is fanc
Lobby for Tennis by Heather J. Those who visit the courts regularly already know that tennis develops agility, power, and endurance, while sharpening motor skills. For runners, cyclists, and the like, this means tennis makes for a great cross-training acti

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