Best training aid.?

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by Jonnyf, May 8, 2007.

  1. Jonnyf

    Jonnyf Legend

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    Hi, i've searched and not found alot of info. so i was wandering what the board deemed to be the best trainging aid.? I'm mainly looking for something for my forehand, although its solid their's never any harm in trying to develop it further and further.

    Thanks
     
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  2. skiracer55

    skiracer55 Hall of Fame

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    A good coach...

    ...and a ball machine...
     
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  3. sapient007

    sapient007 Semi-Pro

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    video..

    there's nothing more sobering than watching a video of your own stokes.
     
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  4. Taxvictim

    Taxvictim Semi-Pro

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    Don't forget a good tennis watch!

    ;)
     
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  5. ps60

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    any wall with a flat open space in front would be GREAT !

    A ball machine is of course Luxurious ! :grin:
     
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  6. BrianGordon

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    3-D Biomechanical Analysis

    No question - 3-D Biomechanical Analysis is the best.

    Brian
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  7. Craig Sheppard

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    Man I'd have to agree with this... Once you see yourself on video, it's like "I do THAT..." or "wow, that's not right...". It instantly is clear what you're doing wrong. (Fixing it might be another story) All a matter of perspective. And hardly anyone is as hard on you as yourself.
     
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