CHEK Tennis Conditioning Series


Expand your skills to include a whole new, lucrative niche without taking a week away from work! Become a CHEK Tennis Conditioning Specialist in a weekend and learn how to improve performance in tennis players by addressing sports-specific conditioning needs using CHEK Faculty Leigh Brandon’s Grand Slam approach.

In order for any tennis player to improve his or her game, they need to improve upon and condition the most important tool used … their body!

CHEK Faculty Leigh Brandon and C.H.E.K Institute Founder Paul Chek combine their skill and expertise to explain not only the biomechanics of playing tennis but also the importance of proper self-conditioning to achieve peak performance. Designed for fitness professionals or tennis pros interested in exercise and conditioning tennis players, this series presents an in-depth, detailed look at how different systems in the body affect the game of tennis. Keen tennis players will also greatly benefit from following the seven phases of conditioning that make up the Grand Slam approach to training.

Be warned – this is not a quick and easy solution to improving anyone’s game. It will require an investment of time and energy on the part of both the trainer and the player. Let’s face it, if conditioning for any sport was quick and easy, we would all be elite athletes! But by using the Grand Slam approach and following the Flexibility – Stability – Strength – Power formula, tennis players will see a significant improvement in their game within a short time.

The CHEK Tennis Conditioning Specialist Level 1 program includes three-days of hands-on practical training, teaching you how to assess the status of your tennis clients, and then prescribe a stretching and conditioning program that will truly help them reach the peak of performance.

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The Grand Slam System of Tennis Conditioning

The Grand Slam approach is designed to address tennis-specific conditioning needs and in doing so, improve performance and reduce the risk of injury. Using detailed assessments and personalized programming, the individual issues of each client can be identified and addressed. Over the three-day workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Assess the different tennis groundstrokes and serves from a biomechanical and postural point of view.
  • Test a client’s flexibility and apply the correlating stretches.
  • Use the Flexibility-Stability-Strength-Power conditioning progression to optimally improve tennis performance and much more!


2 to 4 November 2018-CHEK Europe, Lancashire-Leigh Brandon – An opportunity to complete the CHEK Tennis Conditioning Series course in at the home of CHEK Europe.

Regular price to be paid in full by 25th October 2018 is £800.

Register Now for November 2018!

Course Prerequisites

Paul Chek’s book How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy!:

How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy! serves as the basis of the C.H.E.K Institute’s philosophies covering a wide variety of topics such as nutrition, exercise, stress management and healthy lifestyle coaching techniques.

Movement that Matters by Paul Chek (GBP £15):

Movement that Matters provides trainers and fitness enthusiasts with the tools needed to create functional training programs. Understand the body’s five different reflexes, and the six defining characteristics that determine if an exercise is truly functional.