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This journal entry brings you former Marine Commando, Howard Green.
Howard left the marines and ventured into the world of strength and conditioning. Shortly after, he was attracted by the chaotic nature of tennis.
Over the last 11 years he has built a brilliant reputation in the tennis world and now leads the fitness programme at Bolton Arena, England.
Having spent some time as the fitness coach to Ana Ivanovic, he has taken stock and focused his efforts on developing the physical attributes of young emerging tennis players. He has created a fantastic programme called Tennis Supermovers which breaks down the fundamental movements required to build great physical foundations. This is now available for anyone. See the link below.
Howard and his friends have also just completed an incredible challenge for their friend who has tragically been diagnosed with MND. They climbed the 3 peeks in Yorkshire, England in 12 hours, carrying their friend on a stretcher. They are raising funds for MND and I have copied the link below.
I could have spoken to Howard for hours on end about his time as a Marine and the transferable learning into the world of tennis. He makes so many great points about developing players. Pass it on to your tennis friends.
Intro/outro music by http://www.hueandcry.co.uk
Artwork by http://www.olinightingale.com
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