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Old 07-29-2010, 08:30 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by aimr75
I dont think going to the gym will help at all.. you can develop core strength simply by playing the game..

good technique / machanics and practice will inevitably allow you to swing at good pace.. good timing/execution and positioning are more important


TennisCoachFLA:
Another winner, nice post.

Weight training and resistance bands and medicine balls are all about injury prevention and building stamina....they have little to do with hitting the ball better or harder.

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As usual you guys have the tendency to go off topic, posting irrelevant stuffs. The question is "off court Racquet speed drills", your answer: good timing/execution and positioning. That !!!!! How are you gonna drill "good timing and positioning" outside a court and for the purpose of increasing racket speed? Comphrehension skill of a third grader!!!

It's like to the question
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