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The 4-Cones Drill teaches you to stay low (maintain a low center of gravity) and react to lateral movement. It is one in a series of tennis-training exercises developed by Pat Etcheberry to help you improve your game. Find out how you can benefit from personal training with Pat by visiting EtcheberryExperience****.
28 Oct 2008
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The Circle Forehand Drill is another exercise in sports fitness trainer Pat Etcheberry’s arsenal of resources. This drill teaches you how to use your forehand more in your tennis game. Learn more at EtcheberryExperience****.
13 Apr 2009
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The Volley Overhead Drill teaches you two important exercises for your tennis game: 1. Always move forward when hitting a volley. 2. Finish the volley completely before moving back for your overhead shot. Want to learn more? Visit EtcheberryExperience**** and find out how you can benefit from Pat Etcheberry’s tennis training videos.
19 Jan 2009
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Watch Pat Etcheberry teach one of his students a strength training exercise to help improve her tennis game. Pat developed a series of DVDs with valuable drills and exercises to help you improve your game. Find out more at EtcheberryExperience****.
28 Jan 2009
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In this series of three back-to-back exercises, sports fitness trainer, Pat Etcheberry, demonstrates how you can compare your speed and agility from the first drill to the last. For more information on personal training with Pat, visit EtcheberryExpereince****.
11 Apr 2009
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TennisOne contributor and fitness legend Pat Etcheberry shows you how to quicken that first step.
28 Nov 2008
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TennisOne contributor and fitness legend Pat Etcheberry describes the best way to warm-up for a match. - www.tennisone****
2 Feb 2009
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TennisOne contributor and fitness legend Pat Etcheberry describes the best way to cool down after a match. - www.tennisone****
1 Mar 2009
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Are you looking to improve your tennis game? The ETCH-Swing can help. Developed for strength training and injury prevention, the ETCH-Swing uses your own body weight and wind resistance from your swing, so it is safer and requires no additional weights. Find out more at EtcheberryExperience****.
27 Oct 2008
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