Originally Posted by TheCheese
You should give Oscar's method a try at least and report back with how you felt about it.
I think Oscar's method works especially well for beginners because it doesn't clutter their mind with a thousand different things o remember.
I've spent a lot of time with his material since it is so popular on the forums. The only video positive or helpful was his old ESPN video where he talks about how the pros hit through their one-handed backhands and finish out front.
I find that most of his terminology is a convoluted, and confused way of describing things other coaches have described in a more fluent, coherent, simple way. That's one of the reasons it's so funny hearing Wegner and his followers demean accomplished coaches like Robert Lansdorp, who have real histories coaching at the highest levels.