Which is better: pinpoint or platform stance on your serve? Here are the advantages of each, and why it does (or doesn't) matter for your game! Identify and SOLVE the technique flaws in your serve so you can hit with more power, spin and accuracy - Click Here!
Hit the most ACCURATE groundstrokes of your life with this coaching series - Click Here! Players are constantly asking me how they should change their toss location based on what type of serve they hit. There's no doubt about it - whether you're hitting flat, slice or kick absolutely makes a difference. If
Weak serve & volley/short sitter game? Who needs a practice partner when you have a table! Check out Max Serve Acceleration for the complete wimpy serve solution - Click Here! Comments? Questions? Leave them down below. Thanks for watching!
Weak serve? Serena Williams knows how to fix that. Here's everything you need to start serving like the master... Plus, a step by step PDF that you can download for FREE by clicking the button below: Comments? Questions? Leave them down below. Thanks for watching!
Few things can be more detrimental to your game than a wimpy serve... Learn from the best in the game and BOOST your serve power with this simple exercise! Take your serve to the next level with MAX SERVE ACCELERATION - Click Here! Comments? Questions? Leave them down below. Thanks for watching!
Having a strong first and second serve are key to starting more points in your favor and keeping your opponent on the defensive... But where do you begin if you don't have either? Here are a few essential principles to maximize your serve potential! For max power, max spin and max confidence on
Spin isn't just cool; it plays a crucial role in a player's ability to hit aggressive and confident serves... Here are the 2 components you need to start generating more spin! If your serve is weak and inconsistent, and needs more than just a spin boost, I've created a course called Max
The phrase "carve the side of the ball" is constantly used to describe what should be done to create slice on a serve but it does NOT happen in reality! If people want to use that phrase to explain what a slice serve "feels like" that's one thing, but I feel that its
I've heard it suggested many times in many different places that pronation should not be used on all different types of serves. Today's video lesson will demonstrate otherwise. I'm a strong believer that pronation is in fact a vital part of the service motion and something that all players should be working on
Exactly how similar are a baseball pitch and a tennis serve? Find out in today's video lesson! Tim Lincecum slow motion video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVAjxBb6HLY Comments? Questions? Leave them down below. Thanks for watching!