Where is the "baseline"? What is the "Center Hash Mark"? In this video I go over the different parts of the court so you can know what's happening out there.
This is lesson #2 in our Beginner Forehand Series. I talk about using a linear versus angular swing, and we touch on the importance of increasing your footwork and movement.
The final video in our beginner serve series, I go over control and variation, helping you understand the importance of placement over power. We go back to my basketball days as a kid and play a tennis version of the classic game HORSE.
In this second of three videos, I talk about the importance of dropping your racquet head (and your body) to hit better volleys. We also touch on aim and directional control before giving you a couple of drills you can use to tighten up your volleys.
The final installment in our Beginner Volley Series. We talk about the importance of recovery and aim, and give you a drill you can use to practice these skills.
In this, the second lesson in our Beginner Serve Series, I talk about some basic rules, how to determine who starts serving in a match, and how to get some basic control over your aim and direction. I also give you a simple drill you can use to get your serves up, running and ready to go for your first match!
Never served before? Start here. This is the first lesson is our Beginner Serve series. I'll show you a few things about the serve, explain a couple of rules, and give you an easy, 1-2-3 method of serving that will get you started quickly and successfully.
The first of three lessons on the beginner volley. I teach you what a volley is, a few important things to know about volleys, and how to hit a volley. Then I throw a drill in there for you to practice.
This is lesson #2 in our beginner backhand series. We talk today about linear swings, and reiterate the importance of good footwork.
This is the third installment in out beginner forehand series. We touch on the importance of integrated recovery, and work a little with aim and directional control.
This is the final lesson in our beginner backhand series. We move back to the baseline, talk about the importance of integrated recovery, and touch a bit on aim and directional control.
A quick recap of Lesson #1 in our Beginner Backhand Series, plus a quick drill you can use to practice the shot.