Whether you are an ambitious tennis player who wants to learn the basics of forehand technique or an experienced coach looking for new methodical approaches to teach proper forehand technique, this video will provide you with everything you need. Michael Kreuzer, the video’s main speaker, takes you step-by-step through the entire stroke sequence and gives you detailed explanations of each phase. His expertise and passion for the game make him an outstanding teacher who will reveal to you the secrets of a powerful and precise forehand.
The “Tennis Technique Training – Forehand Module” video will not only provide you with clear instructions on the stroke sequence, but also a variety of methodical exercises specifically designed to improve your forehand technique. These exercises are designed not only for tennis players, but also for coaches who are looking for effective methods to teach proper technique. You’ll learn how to refine your stroke technique, increase your accuracy, and execute your forehand with more power and control.
In addition, this video answers frequently asked questions that come up related to forehand technique. From the optimal grip to the correct stance to the optimal footwork – you will get valuable tips and tricks to avoid possible mistakes and improve your forehand.
Order the “Tennis Technique Training – Forehand Module” video by Michael Kreuzer and Martin Kares today and start your journey to an improved forehand technique. Whether you are a player or a coach, this video will help you in your tennis progress. Get this unique video now and become your own forehand manager!
The video features professional translations so it is also suitable for non-German speakers.
4 points for a safe play
The stroke process
01 – Ready position
02 – Grip
03 – Unit turn & loading
04 – Backswing variations
05 – Swing phase – kinematic chain
06 – Follow through
01 – Control of the grip through pause of movement
02 – Reflection of key elements
03 – Control of leg flexion and extension
04 – Better timing with “Hop & Hit”
05 – Early preperation – “Act like the ball”
06 – Exercise “Laserpointer” for more spin
07 – Invisible tennis technique
08 – Self-perception of shot pace and impact quality
09 – Exercise: Play relaxed with two fingers on the grip
Frequently asked questions
Open or closed stance?
Character of the follow-through
Technical differences in kids`training (red stage)
Professionals as role model?
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