Practice technique all you want – it's your MENTAL preparedness for a match will often determine the outcome. Here's an invaluable tip Megan received from one of the top players in the world... Ready to maximize your forehand power, spin, and accuracy?? Register for our FREE Forehand Masterclass here: https://www.essentialtennis.com/forehand-masterclass-yt
Do you get angry and frustrated when your tennis opponents figure you out and make life difficult on the court? It used to totally send me off the deep end! Recently I've discovered a critical mindset shift that has made a MASSIVE difference in my ability to problem solve, make
Recently Kevin was playing a match against Ian when his strings broke in the only racquet he had. The result was a huge drop in his comfort and performance that ultimately cost him the first set. This is where most players would call it a day, buy into the excuse
It's a terribly familiar feeling for all of us: the pressure is on, your heart rate shoots up, your mind races, the doubt creeps in. You're not alone; the greatest performers in the world get nervous too, but it's the way they respond in those situations that makes them so
We've all been there... You perfected your forehand in your most recent lesson, and you hit the court the next day only to find that you've totally LOST it! So how many reps does it really take to burn a new technique into muscle memory? Megan's got the answer. Ready
Today's Quick Tip Is All About Focus. When you lose your backhand completely.........you work to improve it. When your serve keeps missing in the net.........you work to improve it. When your forehand's sailing long......................you work to improve it. So when we hear things like "I lost the match because I'm
Is the “noise” in your head during competition keeping you from reaching your potential? I’m excited to share my recent interview with ITF World Champion tennis player and author Bob Litwin, who has some golden insights that could seriously change the way you approach matches, and even the rest of your every day
What's the best way to prepare mentally for a big match? Should you get yourself hyped up? Calm yourself down? Listen to music? What should your mental approach be? That's the question I answer in today's episode of Ask Ian! Comments? Questions? Leave them down below. Thanks for watching!