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Tennis Improvement Principles (Part 3 of 4)

There's three things you need to make huge improvements to your game in a very short amount of time. Today we'll be diving into the third one that will help you cross the "raging river" of stroke improvement. I'll explain that analogy in a moment but first, if you haven't read the first two parts

Tennis Improvement Principles (Part 2 of 4)

There's three things you need to make huge improvements to your game in a very short amount of time. Today we'll be diving into the second one that will help you end an incredibly common problem I like to call "instructional whack-a-mole". More on that in a second but first, if you haven't already seen yesterday's message

Tennis Improvement Principles (Part 1 of 4)

There's three things you need to make huge improvements to your game in a very short amount of time. In today's message and several after it I'll be revealing what they are and how you can implement them yourself! They're principles of improvement that we've been working hard to develop into a system as we work with our VIP

Singles Cheat Sheet (Part 2 of 3)

Today we'll continue building your own personal cheat sheet that will guide you to greater success every time you play singles... Part 1 focused on the most critical starting point: position and consistency. I posted it for you right here so you can check it out if you missed it (you'll learn why playing great

Singles Cheat Sheet (Part 1 of 3)

Playing great singles is a lot like racing cars... In a past life (aka before kids, haha) I was really into cars and spent quite a bit of time learning how to drive as fast as possible on a race track. I read books, watched instruction, got personal coaching, and it all came down to

Keys to Masterful Movement (Part 2 of 3)

Ever feel like a spectator on the court? Today's message is going to give you the solution to that...executing it will improve your tennis exponentially! Yesterday we kicked off this new series focusing on movement by explaining how its possible to literally tell the future on a tennis court and know exactly what shot your opponent is

Keys to Masterful Movement (Part 1 of 3)

Good movement is critical to your tennis success... Think about it this way: what good does that new and improved forehand do you if you can't effectively put yourself in a balanced, controlled position to actually hit it?? That's why for the next few days I'll be delivering movement keys right to your inbox, stuff

Strategy cheat sheet! (Part 1 of 2)

You're going to want to print out today and tomorrow's emails... They're going to give you a simple yet effective plan to follow for both singles and doubles so you can walk onto the court confidently for every single match. What you're about to learn is the antidote for the most common, yet least effective

Top 10 Ways To Improve In 2018 (Part 1 of 2)

Ready to make this year your best ever on the court? If so keep this quote in mind: “We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” -Max Depree The biggest reason why we get stuck in a rut in all areas of life is we get comfortable, complacent, and stop

Rating Distortion Syndrome! (Part 2 of 3)

Yesterday we began our journey discovering what RDS (Rating Distortion Syndrome) is, what causes it, and how it can be cured. I listed three of the most common symptoms and got "That's me!" replies from tennis players all over the world... ...told you this is a huge epidemic! (If you missed that episode I posted