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Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein talks about the right way to hit the eastern and semi-western forehand, similar to what Novak Djokovic uses.

Salzenstein is an 11-year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

 

Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein talks about what you should eat after a match or a workout, and what to watch out for when buying protein powder.  

Salzenstein is an 11-year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein demonstrates the slice forehand, a good shot if you need to deal with a low ball. 

Salzenstein is an 11 year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

Jeff has also put out a new video series designed to give you an unstoppable forehand. 

You can find it here: Tennis Forehand Solution

Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein demonstrates the proper footwork for a forehand approach shot.

Salzenstein is an 11 year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

Jeff has also put out a new video series designed to give you an unstoppable forehand. 

You can find it here: Tennis Forehand Solution

Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein demonstrates a great drill to work on your transition game.

Salzenstein is an 11 year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

 Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein demonstrates a great drill to practice one of the most important shots in the modern game: the inside-out forehand. 

Salzenstein is an 11 year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

 Tennis Now TV presents "Winning Tennis: Instruction by Jeff Salzenstein." In today's lesson, Salzenstein dispels a common misconception about the one-handed slice backhand. 

Salzenstein is an 11 year veteran of the ATP tour who ascended to the top 100 in the rankings. Now he is a USTA high performance coach and a nutritional therapy practitioner, and founder of the JS Performance Tennis School in Denver.

In addition to coaching, he also runs a blog, which you can find here:

http://www.jeffsalzensteintennis.com

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