Gym & Training Equipment

If you are someone who is training to be at the top of your game, or someone who is trying to improve their general fitness. You're going to be in need of the right equipment to minimise the risk of injuries, so you can make the most of every session and achieve your goals quickly. At Tennisnuts, we believe that gym and training equipments are some of the most important forms of equipment, as well as the most underrated tools. For Tennis, Badminton, and Squash players, keeping your arms and wrists agile, as well as as your legs speedy is just as important as practising your shots and will help players improve their game significantly.

Shop below for some our favourite pieces of equipment, including medicine and gym balls, gloves, skipping ropes, training cones, resistance bands, ankle weights, Pilates & yoga mats and more, all at competitive prices and with some incredible bargains.

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The word yoga means "union" in Sanskrit, the language of ancient India where yoga originated. We can think of the union occurring between the mind, body and spirit. What is commonly referred to as "yoga" can be more accurately described by the Sanskrit word asana, which refers to the practice of physical postures or poses.
Asana is only one of the eight "limbs" of yoga, the majority of which are more concerned with mental and spiritual well being than physical activity. In the West, however, the words asana and yoga are often used interchangeably.
Many people think that yoga is just stretching. But while stretching is certainly involved, yoga is really about creating balance in the body through developing both strength and flexibility. This is done through the performance of poses or postures, each of which has specific physical benefits.
Yoga teachers will often refer to "your practice," which means your individual experience with yoga as it develops over time. The amazing thing about yoga is that your practice is always evolving and changing, so it never gets boring. Although the poses themselves do not change, your relationship to them will.