Have you been taking lessons for months or maybe even years but you’re not sure if you’re any better than when you started? Have you hit a million balls but you don’t FEEL any improvement in your game? If so this episode of the Essential Tennis Podcast is a must listen. Ian explains
Listen as Ian shares the story of a fellow player who was fed up with her tennis progress, took charge of her lesson structure, and claimed a better way of improving her game. This episode of the Essential Tennis Podcast features lots of practical tips for finding a better coach, or leading the
So you’ve decided that it’s time to get some help from your local tennis professional. That’s great, but now what? Should you tell them what you want to improve or just go with whatever they say? How often should you take lessons and how much time should you spend practicing what they teach you? How
On today’s show I talk about the top two reasons why people choke during a tennis match. More importantly than that I go over what you need to develop in order to avoid letting it happen to you and exactly how to do it! I also discuss the best way to catch your balance and
Podcast #149: Control or Power? Ian talks to Dave “The Koz” Kozlowski about which to develop in your tennis game and when.
Today I have a special guest on the Podcast: Dave “The Koz” Kozlowski. Koz has a huge passion for the game of tennis and has been around the sport his entire life. Listen to him give his thoughts on which is more important for ET listeners: power or control. How do you get control exactly?
One of the most difficult things in tennis is trying to hit while moving yourself urgently from one part of the court to another. How can we best move our feet to get to the right spot and coordinate that effort with our upper body to hit the best possible shot? Learn how on today’s
Will, Yann, and Ian discuss tennis instruction and becoming a better player! You will hear them talk about the “modern footwork” videos that Will and Yann put out several months ago as well as a completely new course designed to improve your entire game called “Tennis Rx”. During this week only you can access a
Dr. Jack joins me back on the show! Together we answer four different listener questions about sports medicine relating to tennis. The first has to do with hydration which is incredibly important to your performance. What is best to drink and how? Next we talk about stretching to avoid injuries, and lastly we discuss compression
Some of the toughest shots in tennis are those that must be hit while on the run, trying to track down an offensive ball hit by your opponent. In today’s episode of tennis instructions podcast you’ll learn the four key areas of tennis that you need to develop in order to get as many of
Do you struggle hitting topspin on really low shots that are close to the net? Most people do and sometimes it’s just better to play a slice or “push” type shot. Find out when this is best to do and how to do it! Also listen in on a discussion about singles tactics: should you