Breakthrough Tennis: A Revolutionary Approach to the Game

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Farragut Publishing Company, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 155 pages
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Uses the tools of systems thinking to teach the fundamentals of tennis, describes the physics behind tennis, and stresses the importance of balance, timing, and concentration

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Clark (engineering, George Washington Univ.), teaches "systems thinking'' and applies the principles of physics and mental discipline to the game of tennis. He emphasizes the components of "balance ... Read full review

Contents

The Origins of Breakthrough Tennis
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Who This Book Is For 4
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What Breakthroughs Are Like
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