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Don't let clunky footwork hold your game back! Grab your free pdf action plan and get to work: http://footworkactionplan.com/ Want to DOMINATE the net? It starts with your feet... if you aren't moving them effectively, you won't reach the net in time to gain the advantage. Here's how integrate DYNAMIC
Experience the Essential Tennis difference in person this March at Indian Wells - Click Here! If you're STUCK at a lower level of play, there's ONE SIMPLE THING that separates you from the pros... Here's how to take your footwork to the next level and TRANSFORM your game. Learn to place your groundstrokes ON
Experience the Essential Tennis difference in person this March at Indian Wells - Click Here! Bad footwork when moving back for an overhead won't just cost you points... It could get you seriously injured! Do yourself and your game a favor and watch this video to learn how to move back like a pro...
When recovering back to the center after being pulled out wide, there is a SLOW way and a FAST way... Using the best recovery footwork will be the difference between staying in the point and losing it. Here's a step by step breakdown! Discover the secrets to MAXIMUM racquet head speed for
Many teaching pros are die-hard supporters of a specific footwork pattern, but which one is best? Step in... Step across... Open stance? In this video I'll show you which one to use — and more importantly — when! Comments? Questions? Leave them down below. Thanks for watching!
The ability to read where the ball is and move to it with quickly is paramount to your success on the court! This is especially true in situations where you're short on time like returning a huge serve or getting ready to pounce on a passing shot attempt. In today's video tennis lesson
My first two videos in this three part series focused on the technique and the timing of a split step. Today we're going to take a look at how the pros use the split step during competitive points to move around the court as efficiently as possible. I'll also be showing you two different examples
In my first video in this series about the split step (click here to view) I spoke in detail about how the split step really is a make-or-break element of your tennis footwork. High level players use it and low level players don't, period. I also used David Ferrer as a model to teach the