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ITF Expert and former Croatia Fed Cup Captain
Introducing: Serve Unlocked â€“ Discover Your Body’s Natural Serving Potential
Serve UnlockedÂ is a unique video course that gives you the missing key that helps you unlock your natural serving potential.
It teaches your mind how to let go of the limitations and incorrect mental images you may have about the serve.
It also teaches your body with very simple drills how to generate effortless power by using the laws of physics and movements that you already posses but havenâ€™t yet applied to the serve.
The video course can be watched online on a PC, MAC, iPad, iPhone, or any Android-based device.
All the videos are in MP4 format, and you can download high quality or lower quality (smaller size) videos to your computer, tablet, or smartphone and use the instruction right there on court.
Here’s what’s included:
In the Technique section, you’ll learn the fundamentals of tennis serve technique with which I build the serves from scratch or use these fundamental serving drills to correct the most common mistakes of recreational and more serious tennis players.
The proper stance that gives you balance in all directions
How to hold the racquet properly (the Continental grip is only half of the story, youÂ also need to place your hand properly on the handle and achieve a loose wrist)
The basic drill for learning pronation explained through two swing paths
A simple drill to coordinate the backswing and the toss
The Power Move – the key movement of your body and hitting arm that creates racquet lag
Why you probably follow-through on the serve incorrectly and how to do it right
The key exercises to re-establish natural flow of your body after you’ve beenÂ learning the serve technique analytically in parts
In the Unlocking Your Mind section, we’ll look at the many mental locks you might have that prevent you from really letting go and swinging freely through the ball.
How your desire to control the outcome of the serve locks the serve and what the right mindset is;
The correct learning process â€“ you’ll see me learning the serve with my left hand and how I would work on developing the serve;
The correct mindset for 1st and 2nd serves that allows you to swing freely;
A really simple trick to unlock many of the mental locks at once â€“ and you’ll simply use a slightly modified racquet for that drill;
And much more.
In the Unlocking Your Wrist section, I’ll show you drills specifically designed to make your wrist loose again â€“ since it’s probably not working the way it should at the moment.
How to transfer the feel from your natural throwing motion into the serve and feel the power of the wrist;
How the pressure on your fingers changes during the serve and how this will help you accelerate the racquet head;
Why the index finger is so important for direction control and achieving effective pronation that adds more power;
How to learn to serve with a loose wrist by simply using a grocery bag;
And much more.
In the Speed vs. Strength section, you’ll learn why hitting with “strength”, meaning with tension and power, does not achieve the fastest serve you’re capable of and why learning to accelerate the racquet effortlessly is the key to fast serves.
Why focusing and not spreading the energy is the key to maximum power and how to learn that with a towel;
How to achieve the maximum racquet head speed at contact â€“ since most players achieve the highest racquet head speed after the contact!
How to develop the whip effect on the serve. In fact, you already know the whip effect â€“ it’s simply a matter of feeling it and transferring it into the serve.
And much more.
In the Sources of Power section, we’ll take a look at how we generate force and how we connect it through the body and send it to the racquet head.
How to properly use the legs for maximum leg drive and energy boost to start your serve;
The correct rhythm of the serve th