一対一のテニス矯正プログラムを経て全国で戦える選手、飛躍的に実力をあげたい選手を全力で教えます。今までWTA、ITF、ETA、全国大会出場経験選手を教えて来て、2ヶ月の矯正プログラムで選手にあったテクニックを身につけてもらいます。

Editorial collaboration with HVMN about the positives of the training overloading. Their articles are scientifically proven and very informative about the elements of the training process and the ways to enhance the performance

1. Face the fears 2. Win-win environment 3. Play in the moment 4. Playing without the errors 5. Playing safe vs playing your own game 6. Expectations and abilities

Editorial collaboration with HVMN about the overtraining syndrome and the ways to overcome it. Their articles are scientifically proven and very informative about the elements of the training process and the ways to enhance the performance

Muscle memory does not exists, but what does exist is training (building stronger) the neural pathways from the mind to the muscles in order for the athlete to better recognize the situation (reading the cues and anticipation of the game) and create the adequate movement and stroke

Understanding that the mind has the main role in creating effective stroke, faster improving or changing the current stroke, making the game itself faster by putting attention to the important cues and anticipating the shots will definitely influence the way the player should be seeing the game and the way the player should create the practice sessions

The hip musculature generates the majority of power for the successful stroke. In simple words, if the player uses the wrong sources of power, most likely that she/he will lose the stability and balance during the acceleration phase. As mentioned in previous blogs, the source of the power comes from the ground, and its forces. These forces are transferred from the ground to the hip muscles and core, and at this point is where rotational and linear forces work together. The transfer of energy in linear and rotational mode wouldn’t be possible without a“stiffened” core and serape musculature