Javi gives a brief explanation how to transfer bodyweight forward in the execution of a forehand stroke to a beginner player. The weight transfer helps generate power in forehand. In addition, he explains the correct follow-through which is the last stage in the execution of the shot.
Our beginner player is learning the basic technique of the correct forehand grip and swing. Forehand is executed with the racket held in only the dominant hand. The player is getting used to keeping their elbow close to the body in order to have more comfort and security of play.
Get more explosive with these tennis-specific exercises using weight bar and Bosu Ball. Some of these exercises are based on free weight lifting to develop your stabilizer muscles and others are focusing on upper body rotations and footwork to help achieve better posture and maintain the correct stance in tennis.
The beginner player is taking their second tennis lesson where they hold the racket for the first time and hit some tennis balls. The player is exploring basic tennis footwork of how to move forwards, backwards and to the sides on their own as well as hitting the ball at the right distance.
Check out those fitness exercises where we are using two medicine balls and Bosu Ball to increase your muscle strength, power and endurance. Tennis players often use medicine balls in their fitness conditioning training because of their many benefits such as increasing power and improving accuracy of your movements.
Check out these tennis-specific exercises to enhance your body coordination using different types of elastic bands and a Bosu Ball. A tennis player will improve their upper and lower body coordination as well as core balance and consequently they will be able to create more precise and powerful shots.
If you have never played tennis before or even never had a tennis racket in your hand, this first tennis lesson is for you. In this video Javi is teaching the very basics of tennis footwork and stroke motion technique. His player is practicing moving their feet, catching and throwing a tennis ball.
Try these tennis-specific exercises to build up your strength using different types of elastic bands and a Bosu Ball. You will boost your upper and lower body muscle strength as well as core strength and as a result, get less tired, move better and hit the ball stronger.
Incorporate Bosu Ball when doing fitness drills to improve your core balance for better tennis footwork. By practicing these exercises you will achieve greater agility, correct your tennis stances, speed up your feet and strengthen your leg muscles.
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