|"Keys to Modern Tennis Technique: One-Handed Topspin Forehand"
One-Handed Topspin Forehand
In "Keys to Modern Tennis Technique: One-Handed Topspin Forehand," Doug
King continues his in-depth examination of the modern game, this time focusing on how to develop the kind of powerful, effortless topspin forehands you see at the professional level. This DVD, which runs nearly 2 hours, more than twice the average instructional DVD, will cover every aspect of transforming your forehand into a powerful weapon. You'll learn that developing a great topspin forehand is not about "hitting" and "swinging" at the ball harder, but allowing the body's rotational power to flow into a rhythmic "stroking" model for your forehand. This model shows you how to truly connect with the ball, generating more power and control with a manageable and efficient motion. This DVD also provides in-depth slow-motion analysis, showing you the subtle nuances of preparation, take-back, dropping into the slot, contact, and follow-through. Additionally, there are a number of extremely innovative drills for you to practice so you can easily grasp and internalize everything you've learned. Finally, as in all of Doug King's videos, you'll find you've learned more than just how to develop a great forehand. You'll learn the "feel" of how the pros play, and learn a way to enjoy the game at its highest level
About Doug King
Doug King studied with legendary tennis coach Tom Stow and was a former California State Men's Singles Champion and the former number one men's player of Northern California. Doug is one of the country's foremost tennis teaching innovators. Founder of Acceleration Tennis, a revolutionary teaching system, King is leading the way in reinterpreting the traditional tennis model.
Doug King teaches his Acceleration Tennis program at the beautiful Meadowood, Napa Valley
""Keys to Modern Tennis Technique: One-Handed Topspin Forehand," with a run time of nearly 2 hours, covers the following key areas:
- Stroking Model and Contact
- Dynamic Form - Arms
- Dynammic Form - Hands
- Wave Model
- Stances & Footwork
- Before Contact
- Key Positions
- Slow-Motion Analysis