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.@FTiafoe Good luck, Francis!
Congrats to @SachiaVick on upsetting Monica Puig today to make her first career WTA quarterfinal @BOTWClassic. Great job! #USOpenSeries
That concludes tonight's #TennisHealth chat! Thanks to all for joining. For more tips, follow @MountSinaiRDs & @SportsMedNYC.
A6: For those with nut allergies, sunflower seed butter or other seeds is a good substitute for a nut butter or nuts. #TennisHealth
A6: For vegetarians, include plant-based proteins at most meals: tofu, nuts, lentils, beans, seitan. #TennisHealth
Q6: What foods do you recommend for those with allergies or special diets? #TennisHealth
A5: To help stretch feet, roll your foot back and forth on top of a tennis ball. #TennisHealth
.@RyanBarr3tt Gluten free oats such as @Glutenfreeda, @KINDSnacks, half a gluten-free bagel, bananas & flavored Greek yogurt. #TennisHealth
A5: To stretch your knees, stand up and bring your heel towards your bottom. #TennisHealth
A5: For ankles, a good stretch is standing on a step and lowering your heels off. #TennisHealth
Q5 (from Kate & Jenny): What are effective stretches for knees, ankles and feet? #TennisHealth
A4: We love dry fruit or trail mix with salted nuts, including cranberries & cherries. @MountSinaiRDs #TennisHealth
.@kaidlyn3neukam Pretzels are great bc they have salt and it is important to replenish sodium lost in sweat. #TennisHealth @MountSinaiRDs
.@SusanLynneAngel @MountSinaiRDs Fruits are a great, quick source of energy bc they contain easily digestible carbohydrates. #Tennishealth
Q4: What are your favorite portable snacks on and off the court? #TennisHealth
A3: Do 2-on-1 drills or skip rope to help improve your footwork. More tips: bit.ly/1nFBiSt @SportsMedNYC #TennisHealth
.@TheFakestJT Dynamic stretches are great for pre-match; Static stretches are great for post-match: bit.ly/1tpHxx3 @SportsMedNYC
A3: A strong core is key to a strong serve. Try yoga, pilates. #TennisHealth
@usta Great tips from #TennisHealth. Especially needed for play during these HOT summer months. #USOpenSeries
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Q3: What are your favorite strengthening exercises to help improve your game? #TennisHealth
.@leftdabuilding It is very important to vary both low and high impact training.
A2: For more on super foods for #TennisHealth, check us out here: bit.ly/1i5ur4b @MountSinaiRDs #SinaiNutrition
.@MisterSolares Nuts/nut butters, high antioxidant fruits & veg, foods rich omega 3's (chia) to beat inflammation. bit.ly/1i5ur4b