Consistent Tennis Wins III
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My sister, on the other hand, sprained her back when she tried his kick serve and refused to try it again once she recovered.
Especially the serve tape. I feel the instruction in the tape contradicts with most modern serve techniques. I feel the motion of the serve in the tape is very rushed partially due to the extremely low toss. No momentum was build at all for the serve. You don't see any explosiveness from the serve motion. The only suggestion for power was to only use 75% of your strength, without mentioning anything about racket drop, knee bent, hip rotation, etc. Another difference on the serve motion from modern serves is that he steps into the court with his right foot after serve, so there was no push off from the ground, therefore lacking another element for power.
If you are a true beginner, this tape may help a little. But if you are looking for improvement of your serve, you may be better off looking else where, such as the serve tape by Bollettieri, or the book by Yandell.
Besides, why are Tom Avery's tapes are so expensive compared to others?
I have the whole 8 DVD series of his called, "Consistent Tennis Wins", which I also recommend.
These DVDs deal with the:
Return of Serve
Ability to Swing
Singles & Doubles Tips
Specialty Shots (lobs, slice, etc) and the
It costs more than others, because you get what you pay for! It's worth it (though it won't hurt to shop around for the best deal)!
The video is clear and his teaching methods are excellent.
This video is indeed a keeper. I say a keeper, because you will view it over and over again and each time another point seems to hit you. It's excellent.