Take your tennis game to the next level with four TRX Tennis movements that will help you power up your serve and move faster on the court. The physical demands of tennis can take a toll on your joints if you don't train to play. Putting some time into your off-court training program using the TRX will improve your rotational strength, multi-directional running, muscular endurance and power for your serve. Injury prevention is also an important part of a solid tennis program and all of it can be done easily and efficiently right on the court with the TRX. Anne Parker, CSCS, is a strength and conditioning coach and speaker who motivates and educates athletes throughout the US. She is the creator of Train to Run and Train to Play Workshops: teaching athletes how to train for injury prevention and improved performance. She is also a national course instructor for TRX Suspension Training. (www.parkerfitness.com) Dr. Patty Pennell-Noel, PT, ScD is the owner of Back to Motion Physical Therapy in Denver, CO. (www.backtomotion.net) Patty is currently a physical therapist for the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). With this job she travels to at least 8 tournaments a year all over the world. She also serves as a consultant for the Leukemia Team in Training and has treated many runners of all abilities. Aside from her private practice, Patty works as clinical faculty for Regis University's Physical Therapy Program.