For most people, tennis being easy is a difficult concept to agree with. So let me ask you a few questions:
1) Do you like applying your own physical makeup, slow, fast, strong or delicate, easily when you play? Or do you adjust to strict ideas as to how to perform (i.e. conventional)?
2) Do you like ease and naturalness on your footwork? Or should there be a lot of detail and structure in your moves?
3) Would you want power without too much effort? Or do you think more power is necessarily dependent on force and effort?
4) Would you want to carry on your decisions with ease? Or do you shun simplicity fearing you would lose control?
5) Would you want your moves to naturally help your shots? Or do you feel you need body “positions” to succeed?
6) Would you want to have extra time for your shots? Or do you feel tennis is too fast and you need to prepare “early”?
Here is where you can test your answers: Modern Tennis Methodology loves the simplicity, ease and naturalness of techniques that will work for your body’s preference, your particular physique, your beingness (rather than “thinkingness”), your feel rather than “mind”, and much more.
Smoothness and ease are some of the most notable results from these techniques. Control, ball placement, touch and power are some other results.
If these align with your goals, you need to inspect them at a low price but high results. The four Tennis Into the Future DVDs (about six hours comprising all strokes), are only $40.
Your well being, love for the game and confidence will benefit or your money back, guaranteed.
For the best example of ease and simplicity look at Roger Federer. He cleaned up and simplified his game lately to what it was when he was number one, and he is again in command on the tour at 33.
Join the revolution and evolution. Tennis is really a much easier sport to learn than what has been portrayed!