Many tennis players struggle with volley's and other touch shots because they don't have good control over their racquet and a good connection with their hands. Here are a few easy drills to practice so you can have expert hands the next time you're on the court!
On the first stop of their book tour, Ian and co-author Joel Chasnoff touch down in Atlanta to see some familiar faces and put an old rival to the test... Special thanks to @TennisTroll Channel and crew for graciously hosting us in Atlanta! Match play coming soon – subscribe to
Do you struggle improving your strokes? Tennis improvement is extremely difficult, especially when most tennis players believe they are doing something one way, but it's actually very different from what they are actually doing. This is called the "feel vs real" paradigm. The only way to solve this is to
Before Federer releases into one of his signature, effortless forehands, he begins by loading all of that energy into his torso. Here's how we helped a recent student unlock the same energy source on their forehand (and how you can too)...
How comfortable are you at the net while playing doubles? Do you sit there and watch the ball fly by, or are you taking control of each point! In this strategy lesson, we are spilling the secrets to the best tactics at the net, that even the pros are doing!
I was proud of the progress I made with my backhand drive in a recent match, but I knew something was wrong when I walked off the court. After having my shoulder looked at my fears were confirmed.
The Serve is the most important shot in tennis, so having good technique is very beneficial. There are many different serve strategies in tennis, wether you want spin, kick, or power, but it is good to know how to achieve all three. Adding POWER to your serve can be a
For the second time in my life, I get the opportunity to hit on a grass court – and this time it's across the net from a legend. Any guess who this guy might be? On thing's for sure, he has a nasty drop shot...
Ian's been working on his backhand over the last year and a half and after subtle improvements, he got called out by tennis YouTube personality Ryan Reidy from 2MinuteTennis. Ryan wanted to help Ian out and give him a few tips to push Ian in the right direction on his
If you're looking to stay active off the court, you need to check out this great home workout. It's quick easy and you don't need any fancy equipment. You can choose your exercises and do them at your own pace!