Double-force tennis strokes: a new hitting system, tennis as it can be
INTRODUCES RADICALLY NEW TECHNIQUES REPLACING BOTH ONE & TWO-HANDED STROKES FOR ADDED PACE, CONTROL, & REACH. INTRODUCES 60 NEW TYPE DRILLS (100 PAGES), not "how-to", averaging four steps each. Includes expanded, revised contents of "Tennis AnyStyle, Scientifically" (1990), a needed replacement for ineffective remedial drills, theories, & teaching. Solved tennis's biggest need: rebuilding established games & preventing technical decline. Gave progress in weeks instead of none (or less) in years. Maximized science & fun. Debunked well-known dictums like "watch-the-ball". Exposed court design flaws, developed new designs. Distributors: Baker & Taylor, Quality Books, the distributors, Midwest Library Service, Brodart, etc.
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Accelerate the racquet actual hit adjustments amount angle application point arm extension automatically backhand backswing ball velocity body boost hand bounce cause compensations compromises contact interval correct court develop direction double-force drills easy effect effort elasticity elbow Evaluate execution external extra factors feel feet flaws follow-through foot footwork forehand forward swing happens height hitting plane hitting point imaginary ball impact improvement increase initial intent involved moderate motion move necessary normal occur oncoming ball one-handed open stance pace path players position possible problems pull push racquet arm racquet attitude racquet face racquet momentum racquet travel racquet velocity real ball recovery of energy reinforcement Repeat Step rotation roundhouse serve service line shot shoulder level sideways slow speed spin strength strings stroke swing distance swing the racquet swing-controlled techniques tennis topspin toss tournament trajectory trying two-handed usually variation visualization wrist flex