Smart players know 'where' to recover to when in a both back rally situation. Are you doing too much, too little? Are you stuck with the misconception that you have to recover to the middle each time? Once we know 'where' we can then focus on the 'how' and the 'by when'.
In today's video I provide a few tips on this for you to consider.
I would certainly argue that great preparation for your next shot begins with effective recovery/repositioning after your previous shot.
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As we begin to think about our preparations to get back to work and school in a few weeks time, a 'recovery' strategy will no doubt be a priority, and we may well need to re-position ourselves and our thinking for what will be a new and different world.
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Whilst Smithy is wrecking the joint I’m trying to stay focused and present a few pointers on why great preparation for your next shot begins with effective recovery/repositioning after your previous shot. In a ‘both back’ rally situation ‘where’ do I recover to? We answer ‘how’ and ‘by when’ another time. Continuing with the ‘P’ in r.e.s.P.e.c.t - preparation. Brilliant at the basics rather than flashes of brilliance 💪@everyballtennis @haltonuk @prov3_halton #recovery #preparedness #repositioning #tennis #stayhomepractice #sundaymotivation #everyball