The Total Serve by ServeMaster Academy Pack (1, 2, 3 Ball) Tennis Training Tool

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The Total Serve by ServeMaster Academy Pack (1, 2, 3 Ball) Tennis Training Tool

$149.95 (as of May 3, 2019, 11:00 pm) $124.95

Grip: conquer the uncomfortable feeling of the Continental grip
Toss with more accuracy as a result of making the movement an integral part of the service motion
Weight load: learn to get power from your legs

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Academy package includes the one ball model for juniors under 10, two ball model for juniors and smaller ladies, and the 3 ball model for full sized adults. The ServeMaster is a unique new tennis tool developed primarily for mastering tennis serve and overhead techniques. It teaches players of all levels what the serve should FEEL like. Only after a tennis player learns what the tennis serve should feel like can they address the individual components, and make their tennis serve a fluid, powerful and effortless weapon. While performing the serve, your hips, legs and shoulders move in a free flowing figure 8 service movement which allows the arm and racket to move in a whip-like manner. FEELING what this action is supposed to feel like opens the door to fluid, powerful and efficient tennis service techniques and movements. Grip: conquer the uncomfortable feeling of the Continental grip Toss with more accuracy as a result of making the movement an integral part of the service motion Weight load: learn to get power from your legs Drop the racket: relax and let the racket do the work for you Accelerate and pronate: allow the flexibility and weight of the tool allow to create speed and wrist action Contact Point: repeatedly secure your power point Decelerate and finish: learn to “slam” to a close for maximum power
Grip: conquer the uncomfortable feeling of the Continental grip
Toss with more accuracy as a result of making the movement an integral part of the service motion
Weight load: learn to get power from your legs
Contact Point: repeatedly secure your power point
Decelerate and finish: learn to “slam” to a close for maximum power