Video Lessons

You’re about to discover a really fun and exciting way to improve just about any part of your tennis game.
It will work for you whether you”re an intermediate tennis player. And it will work even better if you’re a serious, competitive player.
It’s easy. And it will positively shock you at how quickly you can make changes to your tennis game and see the improvements right away.
Video tennis analysis uses slow motion videos of your game, compared side-by-side with the best players in the world. So you can see exactly what to do differently.
Ready to get started? Great.
Here’s Part I of Video Tennis Made Easy
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Here’s what I’d suggest you do first. Take a look at the Video Analysis Examples we’ve posted here, to get a good idea of what you want to end up with. And how much you can improve your strokes with video. For example, look at:
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Then, when you’re ready, take a look at how to create your own video analyses:
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This might be a good time to download your FREE REPORT (PDF):

Where to Find Great Slow Motion Video of the Top Players
A Review of the Top Sites by TennisAndHealth.com
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Video Lesson 9 — Advanced Kinovea ninja tricks. This lesson covers some of the more advanced things you can do with Kinovea, like diagrams and angle tools.
Video Lesson 10 — A Look at Frame Rates. This lesson shows you the difference in shooting video at 30 frames per second (fps), that you might get with your regular digital camera. Versus shooting video at 240 fps, that you can get with today’s affordable high-speed video cameras.
Video Lesson 11 — What camera to buy? What type of camera should you use for taking videos of your strokes, if you don’t already have one, or are thinking of upgrading? Plus, the 2 most important features on a digital video camera, for capturing exactly what you need to do video analysis.

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