"Also you may combine steps together or mix it around. So lets say you play tournament s to get into shape to figure iut what works and doesnt work and you train after matches rather than before. The idea behind my steps is to have a core base. And…"
"For me as an example i would need
8 weeks of step 1.
2 weeks of step 2.
1 week of step 3.
Play practice tournament step 4.
Step 5 would be 1 or 2 weeks
Step 6 make adjustment and repeat. But now the second go around would be.
2 weeks step 1
"Rally is step 2. But more. Everyone hits, but its the refining of set up/load/prep, refining of foot work for the types of shots.
The only real change of my forumla is the time Spent at each stage. Everyone will need their own unique. Time for each…"
"I like how simple you keep it.
I'd add Step 1.A: rally, rally, rally. Just get out there and hit and groove your strokes. Of course I can not be as succinct as V, but you want to make sure that the strokes you are grooving are…"
"Coachv's formula for improving..
step 1. Train. Jog, push ups, sit ups, some light weights.
Step 2. Figure out what works and what doesn't.
Step 3. Play a match to figure out what tactics to use with what works and doesnt work.
"The best way to improve is to create goals.
It may be to defeat a certain player you know. Play them, get beat. "Why did I lose?" "Is my backhand too weak?" "Do I not have a good Inside-In forehand?" …"
"I often ask myself the same question, but have to say I am more for tangible staff…no books, real people, different players, more practice…
At this stage I reach my problem. Small number of available player around me. "
Get faster with my out calls for sure. That way, they don't question it.
Rick Macci's book Extracting greatness is super inspiring.
The inner game of tennis is a little more "out there" but has some…"
"Great to hear that you look for other possibilities to take your game to the next level. As a coach I am reading a lot of books and checking mostly ICoach and PTR website for valuable insight. I also created my own website (http://tennisisland.us)…"