Andy Gerst PodCast - Everything about Tennis

#1
Anyone curious what fan favorite former playtester Andy Gerst has been up to you need to check out his awesome Podcast discussing any and all things tennis. I highly recommend it and would love to start conversations with anyone already listening. The strategies/tips discussed have been invaluable to me (USTA 4.0) and easily translates to players of all levels. (It is also on soundcloud and probably others for those who don't use apple)

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast...ore-matches/id1437911517?i=1000422518569&mt=2
 

NuBas

Hall of Fame
#4
Thanks. I’m still new to Podcast so just use what my phone has. Have you listened to many?
No. I only listened to this particular podcast because of your thread. I use avenues like YouTube more for different things but I guess its worth to keep an eye on this podcast for updates.
 
#5
No. I only listened to this particular podcast because of your thread. I use avenues like YouTube more for different things but I guess its worth to keep an eye on this podcast for updates.
I watch a lot of youtube also but really liked the tips and content in this podcast. I'm always looking for ways to improve and very interested about the insight all these coaches and players have that I could apply to my game. I'm still a few behind but I have really enjoyed them and they go by really quickly, easy listening.

What did you think of the one you did listen to?
 

NuBas

Hall of Fame
#6
I watch a lot of youtube also but really liked the tips and content in this podcast. I'm always looking for ways to improve and very interested about the insight all these coaches and players have that I could apply to my game. I'm still a few behind but I have really enjoyed them and they go by really quickly, easy listening.

What did you think of the one you did listen to?
I listened to the 5 Tips and 7 Tips with Danielle Lao podcast and for me to really get anything out of these I'd have to learn something new and really mind blowing but the advice was just standard even when they said something interesting like having your weight on the forefoot for weight transfer, that's kinda common sense. I'm always on lookout for more insights and secrets when it comes to technique.

A lot of the advice given wasn't anything ground breaking, it was just repeated stuff I have heard before.
 
#7
I have never had any formal training as my mom was a rec player and coached me and my brothers growing up. If the advice/tip is advanced or basic it is something I either need to hear as a reminder to make a priority or a new/different insight to try to add to may game. I'm only a USTA 4.0 on the cusp of 4.5 so I can use all the help I can get especially if I get bumped this year. I'm also an emotional player so the self management part was perfect for me to hear again and really take note of.
 
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