The world's funniest Tennis Player!
Mansour Bahrami is an Iranian who was forbidden to play the game of tennis for most of his life. But when he was finally allowed, in addition to being a fantastic player, he turned out to be one of the most amusing and funny people to have ever played the game!
Classic Comedy: A Tennis Player's Breakfast
This sketch is all about how tennis players act on the court - and at breakfast!
Tennis Balls Are Effective at Relieving Body Pain
While nothing beats a massage, I absolutely love using tennis balls to ease nagging aches and pains. They get into those tight areas almost as well as a pair of human hands, reaching into the deepest layers of muscle and connective tissue, enabling your muscles to fully contract and stretch.
Got Dark Knees and Elbows? 8 Remedies That'll Help
Do you suffer from dark knees and elbows? This could be a result of dead skin cells, friction, extensive exposure to sun or a hormonal imbalance. These parts of our body don't contain any oil glands, so it's important to protect them from dryness through proper care and hygiene.
5 Ways Tennis Balls Can Help You Stay Comfy on Flights
Out of all the fitness tools and gadgets available to address pain, circulation issues, and tight muscles, there’s a simple one that you may be overlooking: tennis balls. Furthermore, they might just help prevent blood clots on long trips.
Who Knew Vick's VapoRub Was So Incredibly Versatile?
Soothe tennis elbow Your forehand on the court was the bomb, but unluckily, all you've got to show for it is your throbbing in your elbow. Rubbing a little VapoRub onto your elbow will ease your aches and pains, and get you back on the court in no time at all. 7.
Alleviate Knee and Hip Pain with 3 Easy Exercises
Keep your hands together in front of your chest and press your elbows against your inner knees. From here, lean your weight to one side (as shown in image A), then rock back to the other side (as shown in image B).
These 7 Exercises Helped Me Get Rid of My Shoulder Pain
Using a tennis ball you will find the soft spot where you feel the pain and exert pressure on it. Lie on your back and place a tennis ball between your shoulder blades. Find the sore and painful spot, now leave the ball at this point and apply pressure with your body.
Got a Toothache? Try These 7 Acupressure Points!
Activation of this point also helps to relieve earache, headaches, pain in the cheek, a strained neck, elbow pain, trigger finger, and hand tremors. 3. SJ 2 The SJ 2 or San Jiao 2 is a lesser-known acupressure point, but it provides amazing results for toothache relief.
Everything You Missed in Wimbledon 2014 is Right Here!
With the world cup reaching its final stages, it was easy to overlook one of the best tennis tournaments the world has seen in the past few years.
Un-Hunch Your Shoulders Easily With These 7 Exercises
Bring both arms and hands behind you and grab your right elbow with your left hand and your left elbow with your right hand. If you find this difficult, grab your wrist or forearm with the opposite hand.
Improve Your Posture With These 6 Easy Exercises!
Bring your hands behind your back, then hold your right elbow with your left hand and your left elbow with your right hand (so your right hand is over your left hand). If you find it difficult to do this, hold your wrists or forearms instead of your elbows.
Make Your Arms Flab-Free with These 6 Simple Exercises...
Straighten out your arms, keeping the elbows slightly bent. Slowly bend your elbows and your lower body towards the floor. When your arms are at a 90-degree angle, press your arms, pushing yourself back up to the starting position. Do this 10-15 times. 2.
Amazing Para-Olympic Moment!
Here is an especially great moment between two table-tennis masters. Amazing Para-Olympic Moment!
The Most Helpful Dog in the World!
When not helping and performing tricks, Jesse can be found playing with his cuz ball, chasing squeaker tennis balls, digging in search for lizards, defluffing stuffed toys, swimming, and just being happy. Video of Jesse the Most Helpful Dog in the World!
Make Your Long Flight Comfortable with These 10 Tips
Bring a tennis ball when sitting, place a tennis ball or a massage ball in the arch of your back. This will help release muscle stiffness and will prevent lower back pain during a flight. You'll also get a nice DIY back massage. 2.
This Guide Is All You Need to Relieve Your Joint Pain
Elbow Pain The elbow plays a vital role in the arm’s movement. Repetitive motions that can lead to pain in the elbow could be playing tennis, washing windows, or even working with a screwdriver. These stretches should be performed 3 times a day, assuming they don’t hurt, or add to existing pain.
Easy Stretches to Release Tension in the Neck & Shoulders
Keep your arms parallel to the ground, pulling your elbow towards your opposite shoulder. Throughout the exercise, your arm should be straight and parallel to the ground. 2.
Sculpt Your Upper Body with These Easy-To-Do Exercises
Keeping your lower body as it is (butt stays up), bend your elbows and drop your chest towards the ground. 3. Extend your elbows to return to the starting position. 4. Complete 20 repetitions.
Over 40? This 10-Minute Core Workout Will Help Build Strength
Bring your hands behind your head and keep your elbows out to the sides. As you lift your upper torso, crunch your abs and lift, lifting your chin and chest a few inches higher. Return to the starting position and continue the movement for 45 seconds.
Catch an Attacker Off-Guard with These Self Defense Moves
Elbow Strike The elbow strike aims for the face or throat and is best done when you are in close proximity to your attacker. Here's How: 1. Fold your arms tightly, so that your elbow forms a sharp point. 2.
Where Did that Ball Come From - Amazing Shot!
video, sports, shot, ping pong, table tennis They are both great players, but this guy never saw it coming!
6 Exercises for Burning Off Those Love Handles!
Carefully lock your elbows and rotate your upper body to the right and lift your right arm up. Lower the arm back to the floor and repeat with the other side. Do 10-20 reps for each side. Tip: Keep your body straight and your feet firmly planted on the floor.
Got the Flu? Apply Pressure to These 8 Points
This pressure point is located near the elbow, on the outer side of the joint. When you’re feeling ill, apply pressure to this spot using your thumb. Repeat daily for maximum results.