Why use video?

If you have ever wanted to
improve any aspect of your
game—really quickly—why not
use the same “secret weapon”
used by the world’s top pros?

Hey tennis players…

If you have played tennis for a while, either as a club player or competitive player, you know you reach a point where you hit a plateau.

No matter how hard you try, you just can’t beat players who are a notch up on the club ladder. Or manage to win against the ranked players who always seem to make it to the semis and finals of tournaments.

Chances are you know some of your weaknesses. Whether it’s a weak stroke on the backhand side, or not enough power and spin on your serve. Or not enough consistency to avoid making unforced errors.

But fixing these problems seems like a lot of work. First there’s lessons. Then practice. And change is never easy. Often when a pro tells you to change something, you actually get worse. And that can be incredibly frustrating, taking away the fun from the game.

But what if I told you there was a way to make quick, easy changes that can improve any aspect of your game — really fast?

And what if this secret can work wonders whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or even tournament-level player? (In fact, the longer you’ve been playing tennis, the better this works.)

And what if I said you could do all of this — absolutely free? That’s right. Without spending a dime? Just a little of your time on a Sunday afternoon?

Well, thanks to the Internet, you can now do all this–for free. And we’d like to show you how.

We can show you how to use the most advanced tools on the planet to improve your tennis game. The same basic tools used by the top coaches and the top players in the world.

By now you’ve probably guessed–it’s video analysis. Thanks to the Internet and today’s low-cost video technology and software, you can use super slow motion video to analyze your tennis game and compare your shots side-by-side, frame-by-frame with the top professionals in the world.

How would you like to create awesome, eye-opening videos to improve your tennis game (or your son’s or daughter’s or friends’) in just minutes?

Well we’ve put together something that can help you do just that.

We’ve put together a bunch of video lessons lessons that show you exactly how to do all this — without having to spend a single dime on equipment or having to read boring manuals. And best of all — it’s FREE.

Video Tennis Analysis can make a huge difference in your game!

You could spend hours and hours searching around the Internet to find all this stuff by yourself. But we’ve done the work for you.

We’ve found the best software (including lots of FREE software!), the best tricks, tips, techniques, the best cameras, and the best sources for slow motion video footage of the top players. And much more.

So if you’re eager to get started right away improving your tennis game, take a look at the video lessons on TennisAndHealth.com now.

All the information is at your fingertips righ now in a few easy-to-follow, step-by-step videos.

This isn’t rocket science, folks.
You can do this!

If you can use a web browser and the Internet, you can do video analysis. All you need is…

  • A digital camera (most digital cameras today take both pictures and videos; chances are your existing camera will work just fine)
  • A computer (desktop or laptop)
  • A high-speed Internet connection.

That’s it. But you do have to know how to get started. And where to look for the best videos of top tennis professionals online. That’s where these video lessons will help. We’ll show you …

How to compare your strokes side-by-side
with the best players in the world

Take the service motion, for example. It’s tough enough trying to grasp the subtleties of the toss, ideal ball position, back scratch, knee bend, weight transfer, arm extension and racquet position on contact with just words and on-court drills.

But when you can break down every one of those details and freeze them instantly using super slow motion video – it enables you to instantly grasp what to do next.

What’s more, you can compare your motion side-by-side with the best servers in the game and see exactly what you’re doing now … and what you need to be doing!

That’s why advanced video analysis is so important for junior development programs, high performance tennis clinics, high school and college tennis teams.

It also means if you have a son or daughter who’s a promising junior player, you can help them get to the next level much faster.

You’ll be surprised at how you really look
out on the court

We all have a mental image of how we hit the ball, perhaps driven by images of what we see in the mirror when we practice our swing.

But many players are surprised – shocked! — when they actually see themselves on the court, hitting balls in practice or a match.

And let’s face it. Bad habits can creep into anyone’s game – even the top professionals. That’s why coaches for players like Rafael Nadal, Justine Henin and others have used slow-motion video to fine-tune their games.

But the slightest variations in strokes, footwork, and strategy become painfully obvious when illustrated by the latest video technology.

Here’s the best way to get started…

1. First, take a look at the “Quick Start Guide” that tells you at-a-glance, how to get up and running creating your own videos, quickly and easily. If you’re computer-savvy, this may be all you need to get started.

2. Then look at the complete step-by-step video lessons on how to capture videos of yourself or anyone else playing tennis. All the right tricks and camera angles.

3. There’s also a bunch of step-by-step video lessons that show you exactly how to analyze your videos and compare them to professional players. You’ll go from beginner to video tennis expert in no time.

This is all FREE…
So why not try it now?

We’re positive you’re going to love seeing the near-instant improvement in your tennis game (or your son’s or daughter’s).

Hey…at the very least, the great videos of the top pros we’re going to show you will inspire you to get out on the court and play better than ever.

So take a look around our site … then let us know what you think.

Yours, for enjoying the game,

Glen Sheiner, M.D.                                     Barnaby Kalan
“The Tennis Doctor”                                  Nationally Ranked Player
Author of Insider Tennis Strategies and founder, TennisAndHealth.com

Chances are your opponents are going to use video to improve their tennis game. Shouldn’t you?

One Response to Why use video?

  1. Mostafa Heydarian says:

    It is a great site, as I mentioned on my email a few days ago. I would like to take a short video of my tennis game, especially from my backhand to improve and appreciate if we can arrange for that.


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