I hope you all have a great week and keep reaching high for your goals and dreams in tennis and in life.
Would love to hear from you below.
why do they feature Serena blowing her cool at the referee and a fella eating a doughnut …no motivation there for me…very poor editing!
Good point…I agree. I rally liked everything else about the video though.
A little surprising that this video includes (@ 2:31) footage of Serena Williams’s tirade against the ‘foot fault’ line judge at the US Open semi against Kim Clijsters
Hi Chris, I totally agree…I thought that was weird but really liked everything else about the video.
Was able to watch this motivational video on my BB, but my old Macintosh no longer can be booted up concerning Adobe FLASH! AM currently looking to replace my computer, as almost all the social networking is now impossible…. are we able to watch your videos with another application?
In any case, bravo for the video – Monday morning motivation is a motivating thing
Have a good day.
Matt from the south of France
I hope you get your computer fixed and I look forward to more comments from you.
Jeff, great video. I really enjoy seeing the athletes going through their work out routines.
Back when you were playing on the pro tour, did you do a lot of long distance running to get in shape for the extended rallies? I’ve heard that it isn’t necessary to run long distances. That there are other exercises, which are more helpful for developing stamina.
What’s your opinion on that?
Thanks again for all the free advice on your website. It’s helped me tremendously.
Hi Alex, There are several pro tennis players that use long distance running in their training and it works for them. I preferred more interval tip training that involved sprinting as well as bodyweight exercises. I even did a lot of explosive sprinting and plyometrics in the swimming pool. That helped me a lot!
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