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To Win At Doubles, Learn To Hit The 3 T's.


TO WIN AT DOUBLES, LEARN TO HIT THE 3 T'S. Winning consistently at doubles requires an aggressive approach. You and your partner need to know where to hit the ball in different situations to set each other up for the kill. In this video, former WTA top 50 player, Jane Forman, shows you how to develop an aggressive winning plan by aiming for the 3 T's. Her saying "Low, You Go. High, You Die" is brought into vivid clarity in a great drill designed to sharpen your aggressive instincts on the court (and maybe your defensive reflexes and ducking skills, too!). Check it out and watch your double results improve immediately.

Forehand Return Of Serve - Movement / Deuce Court

FOREHAND RETURN OF SERVE - MOVEMENT / DEUCE COURT. Learn how to hit effective returns from the deuce court. We’ll show you how to position you body for the return and how to make simple and efficient movements with the upper and lower body to improve your return results. Watch and start breaking serve today.

Basic Movement For The “O” Attack With Gene Mayer

BASIC MOVEMENT FOR THE "O" ATTACK WITH GENE MAYER. Let grand-slam winner, and former world #4 player, Gene Mayer, show you the importance of using “The O Attack”, the basic footwork movements used by all top tour professionals for effective, consistent groundstrokes. “The O Attack” helps create optimal rotational power for players of all levels. Learn the most effective way to load on the outside leg, the importance of placing your outside “load” foot at a 45º angle, and the role of the leverage leg in shot preparation. “The O Attack” allows players to establish a comfortable hip position for powerful rotation at contact. It also let’s players create reliable shape and direction on their shots, based on repeatable movements, instead of just pure talent.

Warm Up To Win: Foam Roller Exercises For Esports Success

WARM UP TO WIN: FOAM ROLLER EXERCISES FOR ESPORTS SUCCESS. Watch esports performance trainer, Taylor Johnson, guide professional gamers Mike "Hypoc" Robins and Ian "BaHaWaKa" Crowe through some foam roller warm-ups for the back and hips. The warm-ups help prepare important muscles in the body for hours of intense gaming competition. Add these exercises to your routine and increase your gaming performance level.

Learn to Jerk - Step 3 - Power Jerk

LEARN TO JERK - STEP 3 - POWER JERK. Learn the Clean and Jerk lift from U.S. Olympic & Team USA coach, Harvey Newton. The third stage of learning how to jerk involves practicing the power jerk. Here the lifter bends the knees twice, once to drive the weights overhead and once to lower under the bar to catch the weights with no pressing action. The power jerk, like the power snatch and power clean, simply means the lifter descends into a partial squat receiving position. This lift reinforces the dip and drive sequence necessary for the jerk, along with teaching the lifter to push under the rising barbell with no press out action. The lifter starts in the same position as the press and the push press, with the bar resting on the shoulders and clavicles, arms relaxed. The lifter inhales and holds the breath, then quickly dips into a partial squat position (about 10% of the lifter's height) and immediately reverses direction, exhaling partially and driving the barbell upward, off the shoulders. The lifter completes the lift by pushing under the rising barbell, catching the weights solidly at arms' length. Once steady the lifter inhales and slowly lowers the bar to the original position on the shoulders and clavicles, absorbing the descending weights with a slight flexion of the knees. Stand straight and repeat for the desired number of repetitions. Since this exercise is used to learn to jerk be sure to fully extend onto the toes during the drive portion of the lift.

Chipping & Pitching: Posture Essentials

CHIPPING & PITCHING: POSTURE ESSENTIALS. Good posture is key for consistent short game strokes. Learn to how to stand tall with shoulders relaxed, bend from the hips and flex the knees, position your arms correctly and maintain your posture through the stroke. Improve your posture and lower your scores.