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Tennis Training Tips to Prepare For the Pro Season

January 14th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, How To Hit An Overhead, Technique On How To Serve And Volley

Tennis Training Tips to Prepare For the Pro Season

The pro tennis season is starting up and so are many recreational leagues and school teams. So, to get you prepared for the pro season, or whatever level you will be playing, here are some tennis training tips.

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Tennis Training with a Courtmaster Tennis Rebound Net

January 12th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews, Training Aids, Tennis How To

Tennis Training with a Courtmaster Tennis Rebound Net

The Courtmaster rebound net could be just what you need to get in more tennis practice this year. This tennis training equipment is simple in both design and assembly, and at only 24 pounds, you can easily set it up yourself.

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Choosing the Right String Pattern for Your Tennis Racquet

January 7th, 2016 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To

Choosing the Right String Pattern for Your Tennis Racquet

Your frame and strings are the most important components of your tennis racquet; however, choosing the right string pattern with the right tennis strings can help or hinder your game just as much.

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5 Quick Tips for Working-Off Your Turkey Dinner

November 25th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

5 Quick Tips for Working-Off Your Turkey Dinner

Depending on what you eat for Thanksgiving Dinner, you can consume around 3000 calories in one sitting. You could easily gain a pound in one day from what you chow down on.  But do not fret, here are some great ways to burn-off those calories. It would be difficult, if not impossible, to burn them all in one go, but you can at least burn enough to make room for desert; and then continue working them off throughout the weekend with these five fat-burning tips for a completely guilt-free Thanksgiving Feast.

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Strategies For Your Doubles Game

September 15th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

Strategies For Your Doubles Game

For many tennis players, the concept of playing a doubles match can stir up mixed emotions. Some players would prefer playing singles, yet others enjoy having the help of a partner to cover the court. Wherever you‘re at in your love-hate relationship with doubles tennis, here are a few tips to sharpen and strengthen your doubles game. Even if it’s not your favorite, it’d be worth your time to add some of these to your tennis wisdom; chances are you’ll find yourself in a situation at some point where you’ll be asked to play in a 2v2 tennis match.

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Brushing Up Your Overhead Swing

April 14th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, How To Hit An Overhead

Tennis Overhead Swing steps

For many tennis players, the overhead is the most dreaded shot of them all. Check out these tips to help you brush up on your overhead techniques and avoid the slight embarrassment of a failed overhead in the middle of a match. Are any of these steps missing from your current overhead swing motion?

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Choosing the Right Tennis Shoes

March 12th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

Babolat Tennis Shoes

The world of tennis shoes can be intimidating because there are so many on the market. In order to avoid the pain in uncomfortable tennis shoes, not to mention spending a lot on them, you will certainly want to consider these buying tips.

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Fun Tennis Workouts to Keep You In Shape All Year Long

March 10th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

Fun Tennis Workouts to Keep you in shape all year long

Who said tennis work outs had to be trivial and mundane? Here are some fun tennis workouts to spice up your routine and make sure you’re always improving.

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How to Pick a Tennis Racquet and String

February 26th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Shoe Reviews, Tennis String Review, Tennis How To

Head tennis racquet

How do you know what type of tennis racquet and tennis string you need based on your personal playing level and style? There are many variables to consider and picking a new tennis racquet can be full of uncertainty, but it doesn’t have to be. Once you narrow down a few features you’re looking for, that will lessen all the options out there.

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Dealing With Training Setbacks

February 19th, 2015 by Do It Tennis

filed in Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

Tennis Training Setbacks

Looking for ways to improve your tennis game if you’ve hit a plateau? You are not alone. Here are six ideas of how to spice up your tennis game and get past your losing streak or that seemingly unattainable technique you just can’t nail down no matter how hard you try.

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