get this camera (veho muvi hd 1080p), you dont need a mount, it has a gorilla clip, so you can just attach it to the fence. also the video quality is amazing and in hd. i attached a video so you can see the quality and how i set it up...
thanks for the advice. to clarify, you want me to use more of my arms during the stroke? i will try to keep my back foot down and swing my racquet through more. also please dont include technical stuff like kinetic chain etc in your reply, that stuff confuses me lol:confused:
i dont get why people waste money on these online videos. better to pay a real life coach.
or get this book and read it cover to cover
finally, go play and practice as much as you can.
it is hard to give you specific tips without seeing a video of you actually using this stroke. so i will try to give you general advice. first, stick with the stroke. it is extremely weird at first but you will get used to it and eventually adjust.
then aim to play a flatter stroke at...
buy the book "tennis tactics" by the usta. it has all the patterns.
hey you are right, I have a tendency to hit harder and very flat in actual point play. This leads to more errors :( I was using more topspin in the wall video. I am going to evolve the stroke so i can use more topspin in actual point play.
Simplicity is the key here. There are only two ways for you to win a point. That's it. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
1. Hit a winner.
2. Opponent makes an error.
Simplicity is the key here. There are only two ways for you to win a point. That's it. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise...