How To Hit A Heavy Forehand
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Introducing "Spin It!"
If you're like most players, then you're not using your entire body to generate spin. That means you're not able to hit a kick serve. That means you're not able to hit a slice serve. And that means your forehand and backhand aren't "heavy."
So if, for example, your kick serve has no "bite," then I want to invite you to pick up a copy of "Spin It!", because inside Dr. Mark Kovacs shows you over 30 drills that allow you to generate spin from your entire body so that your serve, forehand, and backhand have a lot more RPMs.
Bonus #1: Tennis Over 40
Tennis Over 40
After you turn 45 you lose 1% of your muscle mass each year unless you do something about it. That means you lose power, speed, quickness, and become more prone to injury.
Typical gym exercises (push-ups, sit-ups, bench press) work on the big muscles but completely ignore the smaller stabilizing muscles allowing you to transfer energy from the ground, through your body, and into the tennis ball.
In this program, Dr. Mark Kovacs walks you through his step-by-step exercise program so you can reverse muscle loss, increase stability, and play like you're 10 years younger.
Normally $499, but today it's yours free!
Tennis Over 40
Bonus #2: Move It!
How would you like to move quicker with fewer steps? You'll get to more balls, save energy, and improve your stamina.
Inside "Move It!", Dr. Kovacs shows you the biomechanically most efficient footwork patterns on your serve (yes, there is serve footwork), forehand, backhand, volleys and overheads.
I think you're going to particularly like the Alcaraz footwork pattern that lets you triple your winners, and the "unbreakable backhand" footwork that makes it much more difficult for your opponent to pick on that shot.
Normally $397, but today it's yours free!
Bonus #3: Live Arm
Imagine being able to accelerate your arm and the racket like a Formula 1 Racecar. Imagine how much more power, spin, and consistency you would have?
That's what you're getting inside "Live Arm," where Dr. Mark Kovacs shows you 4 stretches and 10 exercises that will increase your flexibility, explosive power, and stability at the point of contact.
If you're a little guy like me (5'8" and 142 pounds) you can still turn you serve into a consistent and reliable weapon. And if you're 6 feet+? Well then your serve might just become unfair.
Normally $291, but today it's yours free!