Many Roles Of The Non-Hitting Arm

Posted on October 20, 2013 
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There are many jobs that your non-hitting arm has to do if you are going to play your best tennis!! In this video, you will learn some of them, to help you start playing tennis better than you ever thought you could!!  :-)

Hitting Low Slice Shots With Sidespin

Posted on September 14, 2013 
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In this video you will learn how and also why you might want to hit some of your ground stroke slice shots with sidespin. There’s a little important trick to hitting this shot well, and also the right time to try it, check it out below!!  :-)

Compact Preparation For Ground Stroke

Posted on September 6, 2013 
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Preparation to hit your ground strokes is just as important as hitting the shot itself!! In this video you’ll learn how and why you want to use a short, compact backswing when preparing to hit your ground strokes. Plus, I’ll give you a cool little analogy and a practice tip that you can use to make sure you are keeping your backswing compact!!

Kick Serve With The Limbo Dance Legs

Posted on August 22, 2013 
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The kick serve is an important shot to have in your arsenal. In this tennis serve instructional video, you will learn how to stay in good balance when executing this serve, and make it more effective for you than ever before for 2nd serves!!

Serve Bounce Ball With Continental Grip

Posted on August 10, 2013 
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Learning how to serve with a continental grip helps your forearm and wrist to pronate, allowing you to begin the journey of mastering your serve and hitting them harder or with great spin!! In this video you will learn how your pre-serve routine can help you to hit your serves with the correct grip time after time!! :-)

Weight Transfer Using Flamingo Shot

Posted on July 26, 2013 
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In this instruction video you will learn when, how & why you need to transfer your weight forward when hitting your ground stroke. The flamingo shot is something you can use in your practice that will help you ingrain the feel of always getting your weight transferred forward properly on the closed stance ground strokes!!

Following Through Freeze Split Second

Posted on July 19, 2013 
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In this instruction video you will learn how to make sure you have a great follow through, and also will learn a way for you to check your follow thorough when hitting your ground strokes. If you do want smooth, powerful, efficient, balanced and accurate ground strokes, first watch this video and then get out there on the tennis court and do it. This exercise can really make a difference in your game!!

The Platform & PinPoint Serve Stances

Posted on July 5, 2013 
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In this instruction video you will learn the main difference between the “platform” stance and the “pinpoint” stance for the serve in a way that it will allow you to try them both out and decide which one best suits your game!! You will also learn an important tip for tossing the ball correctly in terms of having good balance!!

Synchronizing Arms & Legs on Serve

Posted on June 25, 2013 
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In this video you will learn a unique explanation and demonstration on how to synchronize your arms and legs in your serve, so you have a much better rhythm and execute a smooth stroke. This leads to having more power and accuracy, so you can win more points, games, sets and matches!! :-)

Three Tips To Play Relaxed Tennis

Posted on June 11, 2013 
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In this instruction video you will learn three tips that will help you to play more relaxed tennis, and also deal much better with choking under pressure in a tennis match, simple tips that you probably haven’t heard before, and applying them you will get immediate results!!  :-)

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