In tennis, nothing is more important than tracking the ball properly. But what exactly does that mean and why is it so important? We’ll show you in this module
In this module, we’ll show you the most important exercises for improving your directional awareness and how to go from struggling with the basics to being a pro at this unique skill.
Once you can quickly recognize the direction of a shot, the second aspect in having the eye of the tiger is your ability to identify the depth of a shot. We’ll cover all the basics in this module.
In tennis, there is a very simple methodology to follow in order to identify which type of shot to hit, using a red, orange and green light type of mindset. We’ll show you how to improve this skill with our unique drills.
In this module we’ll show you different drills that will help you put it all together. Being able to identify the width of a shot is great, being able to identify the depth of a shot is great, but the best players can do both in milliseconds and we’ll show you how you can too in this module.
The dominant eye theory has had a lot of focus lately, but it’s useless to know which eye is dominant unless you can improve the vision and tracking skills with each eye individually. In this module, we’ll show you how to improve both your dominant eye and your non-dominant eye to help you build laser like focus on the ball.
You get lifetime access to our online courses. As long as the internet exists, you’ll have access to all the lessons.
This course will help players of any level. We’ve designed it with different levels in mind, starting with basic drills that anyone can do going up to pro level drills that elite professionals use to create laser like vision.
You can go through the lessons at your own pace. There’s no time limit to view the videos and you can rewatch specific lessons as many times as you want.
We offer full refunds or can exchange the course for access to another one, free of charge.
Each module starts at the basic level and progresses up to pro level. These drills can be done as often as required until you start to progress up to the pro level drills which can take longer to master.
If you’re serious about improving your tennis and don’t master the art of tracking the ball, then you’re wasting your time frankly. Nothing is more important than this skill, so don’t delay!
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