Unlocking The Hidden Power Of Your Body

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  • Tomaz

    Reply Reply January 5, 2019

    Hey everyone, I’ve added this clip and a new module where I will show you excerpts from actual lessons.

  • Fraser Mitchell

    Reply Reply January 6, 2019

    Thanks Tomaz.
    I logged back into the course for the first time in a few months because although my overall stoke technique has improved, I still feel I lack power. The problem would seem to be with the lack of hip rotation and perhaps hitting the ball too late.
    Thanks for the reminder.
    Happy New Year from Scotland.

    • Tomaz

      Reply Reply January 6, 2019

      Glad to hear that the video helped, Fraser!

      You also think just more general body rotation into the shot instead of thinking so specifically about the hip. See what works for you.

      Happy New Year from Slovenia!

  • Robert Barker

    Reply Reply May 9, 2019

    So basically after 60% of your weight has been transferred to the left foot (for a right hand player) the forehand can start.

    • Tomaz

      Reply Reply May 9, 2019

      Well, let’s say that your arm can start engaging at around that point. The “forehand” started with the hip and core rotation already…

  • Spencer Piston

    Reply Reply January 23, 2020

    What I love about the case studies is that we can see how quickly what is learned is lost again, in the ongoing battle of “old versus new” as you call it. And then we can see what it takes to get it back.

  • Alexander Kassar

    Reply Reply September 8, 2022

    I am trying to download the videos but I can’t on this module.

    • Tomaz

      Reply Reply September 10, 2022

      Hi Alexander, the reason is that in almost all videos in this module I feature a person with whom I had lessons or they sent me a video for analysis.

      And I would not like for any of these videos to get leaked on the internet where privacy of these players would be breached.

  • David Kim

    Reply Reply April 6, 2024

    Tomaz, would it be better for him to drag his right foot forward a little more to get better rotation?

    • Tomaz

      Reply Reply April 8, 2024

      Yes, I am encouraging him to drag the foot. But if you are thinking that the back foot should in front of the front foot, then that’s not fundamental technique but it just happens in certain scenarios.

      If you watch Djokovic warm up here you will see that the back foot never goes in front of the front hip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iqzhhMe1l4

      We need the hip to stop at some point so that the energy transfers up into the body…

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