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After a week of not stop travel and collaborations, Ian and Joel finally reach the door of their final stop in sunny California. Everything goes according to plan until a strange piece of gear catches Joel’s eye and he can’t resist taking it for a spin right there in the
The Serve is highly considered the most important shot in a game of tennis as it starts every point...so that makes the return of serve the second most important shot! Yet, many tennis players don't practice this and continue to struggle with it during match play. These simple drills will
Hitting a spin serve is key to having a consistent and accurate second serve. However, most tennis players don't understand how to spin the serve and end up hitting a slow, dinking serve that gets crushed by their opponents. These drills will you help make your second serve more reliable!
As Ian and Joel approach the final leg of their book collaboration tour, Joel faces his toughest challenge yet in Karue – former top 400 ATP player and Naomi Osaka’s current hitting partner…
Most tennis players struggle with the volley because they swing too hard and end up with the ball in the net, or going out. Having good volleys requires a soft touch and smooth control. This simple steps will help you achieve great volleys the next time you're on the court!
The harder you swing, the better the shot right? Well, not exactly. Most players don't understand the connection and control it takes to have good swing speed and manage your strokes. You have to be able to swing at 20% as well as 95% These drills will help you have
On day 6 of the trip, Ian and Joel make their way around southern California collaborating with TWO other channels in one day! There's a lot that southern California has to offer, let's see how much they take in!
How do you start warming up your tennis game? Most tennis players either jump right into practice or a match without a proper warm up, or if they do, they always start at the baseline. This spot on the court is where you should actually start warming up!
In between collaborations, Ian finally gets his chance to ignore everybody, Joel brings something dangerous on the plane and both search for a court to get some hitting in...