Complex Training: Backhand and Rotational Throw

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The players should stand about three to four meters apart. To start with, they should adopt the open stance. The player should then hold the medicine ball with both hands and bring it so far back behind the body …

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Using Over the Head Medicine Ball Throws to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate throwing a small medicine ball as fast as possible with both arms over the head, with fast explosive serves. The idea is to work on accelerating the arms and then transferring this motion to the …

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Using One -Arm Medicine Ball Throws to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate throwing a small medicine ball one handed with a serve like motion, with fast explosive serves. The idea is to work on accelerating the arms and then transferring this motion to the serve. Load and …

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Using Kangaroo Jumps and Cones to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate kangaroo jumps, with serves over a cone barrier emphasizing the use of an explosive jump when serving. The cones shown in the video are ideal for this drill. They are the right height and if …

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Using One –Arm, Frontal Medicine Ball Throws to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate throwing a small medicine ball one handed with a serve like motion but facing the net, with fast explosive serves. The idea is to work on accelerating the arms and then transferring this motion to …

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Using One -Arm weighted ball to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate throwing a weighted ball one handed with a serve like motion, with fast explosive serves. The idea is to work on accelerating the arms and then transferring this motion to the serve. Load and Frequency: …

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Using Squat Jumps without Arms and Cones to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate squat jumps without arms, with serves over a cone barrier emphasizing the use of an explosive jump when serving. The cones shown in the video are ideal for this drill. They are the right height …

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Using Straight-Legged Jumps from a Box and Cones to Improve the Serve

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The player will alternate jumping down from a box with stiff legs and using mostly the ankles, with serves over a cone barrier emphasizing the use of an explosive jump when serving. The cones shown in the video are …

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Weighted Figure 8’s

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo Adding extra weight to the head of the racquet and shadowing continuous swings is a great way to improve the fluidity of the serve. This is a great drill to use as a warm up for the serve.

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