it's 105 heat index here today. Hit the gym at 1pm, and then did line drills on the courts at 2:15 to get used to the heat for state next week. Gonna try to take a thermometer to the courts tomorrow…Continue
Fellas... and ladies. I've got a racquet (2 of em) superb power, and after tweaking the specs a bit, decided against using them for wood in my next bon-fire. Literally, I could barely even hit the…Continue
Any of you guys read Tennis Life magazine? It's geared towards younger players that are still honing in their game, but it has awesome articles & tips. My gf purchased a subscription for me a few…Continue
There are many different muscles that contribute to the velocity and power of your Tennis Serve. And not only does each muscle deserve specific attention, but as a whole the muscles should be trained in a way that together they produce power that begins in your toes and is transferred up your body and out to the ball.
Below is an image that displays specific pivot points during your serving motion and is labeled as each of the main muscle groups are activated in…
One of the easiest ways to improve your tennis game is to work on your footspeed and movement on the court with Tennis Court Drills. We don’t have to spend a TON of time working on this, because a little
each week will dramatically improve our movement.
Here’s a simple but very effective drill we can do either on the court or at our homes that takes just a few minutes to complete. It’s called the Tennis T-Shuffle Drill:…