Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by jesustoon, Sep 22, 2005.
Hi, Where can I rent tennis instructional videos or DVDs?
you answered his question with a question lol
and u answered my question with a joke and it doesnt even answer his question to begin with.
public library, netflix, and local usta section all rent or lend intructional videos.
i found some were on sale on ****, but not sure if they r good or craps
The public library is your best bet at least in my area, I have a Blockbuster subscription and I also checked Netflix they don't have good selection. Also check some bookstores or the net.
If you can find my sort-of-name's-sake's 3 volume instructional video set on one of the online vendors, it's well worth it. I think it's from '91. Chrissie looks a bit like a dying drag queen in the prelude intro segment, but otherwise it's been indispensable to me.
i found some were on sale on eb-a-y, but not sure if they r good or craps
.....why don't you buy 'em and we'll rent 'em out from you?
I've also found this website to be pretty interesting for find Tennis videos.
Have you tried the download option at totalvid, Scott? Was it reasonable in quality or just typical Internet streaming-video?
it looks like all their tennis vids are from Tom Avery.
The quality on these videos are good enough. I used free trial download...so i could download 3 movies at once but it sucks that files are copyrighted and you have have to acquire a license which i could but after 7 days the license will expire and you have to pay again to rent it for another week. Trying to use screen capture or something to record the movies
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