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Some Questions Other People Asked Before They Started Tennis Vision...
If you work at the Tennis Vision Program you will see improvements in your game. It's literally impossible for it not to help.
It's a little bit like getting faster in that sense. When you get faster, it has to improve your game. No one ever got worse, because they started getting to too many balls.
The same this goes for vision. When you improve your vision, the only thing it can do is make you better.
Will you be Roger Federer in 8 weeks time? No that's crazy talk, but you'll be better than you are now.
What's more, you'll find you get more from your practice sessions. It's a positive cycle in that sense.
The results don't stop after a few weeks either. The longer you keep training your vision for, the more you will keep improving.
I've been vision training for 5 years and my reactions keep getting faster and faster.
That's one of the reasons I made the program so comprehensive. There are enough drills and progressions in it to keep you going for the next 10 years!
OR FOR AS LONG AS YOU WANT TO KEEP IMPROVING FOR!
Here's the thing, having a good coach is one of the best ways to improve at tennis. But even the best coaches aren't miracle workers. They can only help you up until your visual system (or movement) becomes the limiting factor.
This happens pretty quickly for most people, that's why when people start playing they improve and then at certain point they plateau. This is where most people exist for years, without any real improvements, despite lessons and practice.
But when you improve your Tennis Vision, your coach will be able to help you more. You'll be able to actually implement all the technical and tactical advice they give you!
Most people don't do vision training becuase they don't know it exists. Up until now, it's mostly been reserved for elite athletes and the millitary.
Think about it for a second. If you were an athlete, who found a way get an edge over your competition, ould you tell everyone?
And if you were in the US military, would you tell everyone your secret to staying sharper in combat?
You'd think people would be a little bit more generous, but that's not the way it works.
Luckily I'm here to help :-)
Tennis Vision is suitable for any age or ability.
When it comes to age, young children might need adult supervision until they know how to do the drills. But all the drills are safe for any age.
When it comes to ability, it works for everyone, but different abilities can expect different results from the program.
A beginner player can expect Tennis Vision to dramatically speed up how quickly they learn.
An intermediate player will find Tennis Vision helps them address many of the problems they've been struggling with for years. Things like hittng the ball late, getting too close to the ball and shanking too many shots.
For advanced players it's all about squeaking out every ounce of performance. So they'll notice things like faster reactions and fewer slumps in focus during long matches.
When you first start vision training, the maximum length training session I recommend is 20 minutes per session.
But you can make the program as short or as long as you want.
Here's the breakdown for week 1.
Vision Warm up = 2-3 minutes.
Vision Circuit = 4-8 minutes
If you're short on time, you could just do the warm up and once through the circuit in 6-7 minutes. This would be enough to see improvements in your game, if you did it consistently.
I reccommend between 4-6 days per week for best results.
Vision is like any other type of training in that people can handle different ammounts. But as a guide, if you can commit to 10 minutes of work, 4 to 5 days per week, that's enough to see big changes in your game.
You get a new program every week for 12 weeks. So if you do each of the programs for a week and then stop, it'll be 12 weeks long.
BUT THAT WOULD BE MADNESS!
Unless of course you reach a point in 12 weeks where you decide you don't want to get better ar tennis anymore?
Realistically, most people are going to want to spend longer than 1 week on each program. They start out nice and easy, but the difficulty ramps up pretty quickly.
I made it this way, so that the most novice of player can benefit, but if Nadal somehow picked up a copy, he'd still get benefit.
I'm a reasonable athlete, and I've been working at these sorts of drills for 5 years. And I still struggle with some of these drills. You'll see that for your self when you get to the week 9 warm up and I'm wobbling like I've had 10 pints during the vision warm up!
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