Did you know that 65% of people retain more information through visual than auditory learning?
This is especially true when it comes to sports, where visual cues can be more effective than auditory ones.
This type of instruction is based on the principle that by seeing the movements of a performer, one can EASILY learn to replicate those movements.
Tennis is a fascinating sport with a great number of technical elements that must be considered. But it can be difficult for new or inexperienced players, who may find it confusing.
Fortunately, there is now an easier way to LEARN or TEACH tennis following visual technique progressions.
These progressions help players understand the mechanics of the game, making it easier to learn and play.
The VISUAL TENNIS LESSONS AND PROGRESSION DRILLS is a new instructional program designed to make the complex technical elements of tennis much simpler to understand and remember.
This program is BEST for:
- Tennis coaches who are looking for an easy and fast way to teach tennis strokes technique.
- Beginning players who want to learn proper technique but don't have access to a professional tennis coach to guide them.
- Players who are already familiar with the tennis strokes but need a refresher while training for better consistency and ball control.
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I consider that tennis coaches will benefit the most from this program because it is packed with step-by-step visual progressions that can be easily applied to teaching beginning players, or improving the technique of some more experienced ones.
But this program will greatly work for tennis players of all levels who want to improve their technique. All they need is a ball machine or a practice partner willing to feed balls to them.
It all depends on your skill level, the time you put into practice, and your natural coordination abilities.
For example, in my case... a few years ago, when I decided to switch from a two-handed backhand to one-handed, following the progression drills in this program, it took me about 3 weeks to learn and use (in matches), with confidence, my new one-handed backhand. To achieve that, I spent about 20-40 minutes, 4 times per week playing against the wall, with my ball machine and/or with a practice partner.
So it is totally up to you how much time and effort you will allocate to each specific tennis stroke, but I can assure you that if you do make a small commitment for a short period of time, the skills you will gain will become muscle memory and stay with you forever.
You have permanent/lifetime access to the program and it never expires.
The best part is that the videos work great on any device, so you can access the content on your phone and computer as well.
You'll also get full access to all updates and additionally added content without any additional cost.
If, for some reason, you consider that Visual Tennis Lessons and Progression Drills is not for you, simply send me an email (see my contact info inside the program) or submit a ticket to request a refund within the first 14 days of your purchase.
I would be more than happy to answer any tennis questions you might have. I've been teaching tennis for over 20 years and playing the sport for 30+ years, so I know a thing or two about how to help improve your skills.
You can use my personal email (see it inside the program) or simply reply to any newsletter you receive from me, and I'll do my best to get back to you within 12 hours.
To prevent piracy, you're not able to download the videos straight to the computer. You can, however, connect your computer or phone to a TV and watch it on a bigger screen.
It will likely have to do with your internet connection or browser.
If you try a different browser and/or internet connection and it still doesn't work, troubleshoot and contact us.