In this module, we’ll introduce the footwork patterns and cover the basic concepts of good tennis-specific footwork. You’ll also find out exactly why it’s so important to have good footwork as a tennis player.
In this module, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the split-step in tennis. This includes why we use a split-step, when to time it and gain time when using one.
In this module, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the different types of split-steps in tennis, when to use each one and how to master those specific styles. This includes the high variation, the wide one, the aggressive split-step and your split-step dance between shots.
In this module, you’ll learn ten different footwork drills to help you master all the various kinds of split-steps including the explosive split-step, the defensive one, and the volley split-step.
In this module, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the first step in tennis. This includes how to initiate the first step, the pressure points, and how to react quickly for short balls and drop shots.
In this module, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the movement to the ball and the different stances you should be using for your forehand, one or two-handed backhand, serve and volleys. This includes the open stances, the neutral stances and the stances to avoid.
In this module, you’ll learn how to find the ideal contact point on your tennis strokes using the correct footwork patterns to create space on the ball. Tennis players often end up getting jammed up and we want to help you avoid this.
In this module, you’ll learn everything you need to know about being balanced and producing power during the contact zone. This includes how to use the various power steps, how to transfer your body weight into the shot and how to make recovery much easier for yourself.
Lifetime access to our original footwork course – the Footwork Blueprint. This course is normally $297.
Lifetime access to our original Tennis Workouts At Home course, which has 20 tennis specific workouts that you can do anywhere with no equipment. This consists of body weight exercises and tennis footwork drills done on the spot. This course is normally $97.
If you’re serious about improving your game but don’t master the various footwork patterns you need to know, you’ll always struggle to fulfill your potential on the court. Don’t Delay – Get Started Here