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    Posted: 05/30/2021 at 5:03pm
I just read an article about the best way to achieve muscle memory in tennis.

The idea is to practice ONE stroke 4 times a week for 3 weeks.
However, you should not practice any other strokes in this time or even do games.
This inhibits the muscle memory you are achieving in the one stroke.

There seems to be some good research that backs up these ideas.
I believe the Chinese only practice one stroke for 3 months when young.

Has anyone tried this method of training?


 




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I am trying this method of training on my forehand. Shadow swings and robot training only on one shot for 3 weeks with perfect form. It seems to be working after one week of training. I had a session with my coach Brett Clark and i could do things I could not do 3 weeks ago against some random ball placement. I can train very well but it does not transfer to matches. I am hoping this method of training will solve this issue.


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A couple of months ago, I dabbled with tennis and sometimes practiced at home. However, I wanted more, so I signed up with a local tennis club to train with a coach. Because I was practicing independently at the beginning of my journey, I had an imperfect stroke. My coach advised me on muscle memory exercises to correct my right-hander. I've been doing these exercises for three weeks and have noticed positive results. However, my muscles began to tire very quickly. They took a long time to recover, so I found Ligandrol for sale for muscle growth and recovery from athletic training. I will soon stop making mistakes, and my forehand shot will be perfect.

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We made bit differently: 2 weeks of training element separately and 6 weeks of insertion it to the actual game.
Works fine

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