4 edition of The development of a test for assessing ability to serve in tennis found in the catalog.
The development of a test for assessing ability to serve in tennis
Written in English
|Statement||by Marie E. Ballard.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 100 leaves|
|Number of Pages||100|
While most coaches have similar training protocols for strength, power, speed, and endurance, agility is a different story. Cameron Josse does a deep dive into the meaning of agility, specifically for field- and court-based team sport athletes, and considers the usefulness of closed change of direction drills to develop this essential attribute. Foremost among these is the ability to differentiate between thoracic rotation (upper back motion) and horizontal abduction (shoulder motion). In this image taken just prior to stride foot contact, Gerrit Cole's pelvis has already rotated counterclockwise toward the plate while his torso is still rotating clockwise. The ability to change direction in a split second in accordance to ball direction is also crucial. In order to make successful plays, players often have to make quick decisions to dodge, duck or dive. Training for agility involves simple exercises like side-shuffles, back pedalling, rope-jumping and short sprints. Besides training the body to.
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