"New, A Step-By-Step System For Transforming Your Forehand Into A Powerful Weapon That You Can Use To Win More Matches And Have More Fun ... Virtually Guaranteed"
Is Your Forehand Breaking Down And You…
- Fear that you won’t be able to reach that next level of tennis because you don’t have a forehand weapon?
- Fear that your forehand is going to break down on big points?
- Think that to have a modern forehand that you are going to have to change the grip?
- Fear that if you change the forehand that you already have, the new one won’t work as well?
- Fear that you have tried other things and they have not worked in the past?
- Do not want to spend $400 taking online courses or in a one-on-one coaching session?
- Do not want to take a course that is 10-15 hours of video because you don’t have the time to watch all of it?
- Are getting tired of losing matches to the same players over and over?
- Don’t understand exactly what you need to be doing to transform your forehand into a weapon?
Kevin Garlington is probably the most passionate Coach I have come across in 20-odd years of coaching since retiring from the Pro's. I am a big advocate of Kevin's & can always recommend him to be "the man" in any coaching capacity..... - Peter Doohan, NCAA Champion, Aust. Davis Cup Rep, Former World top 50
“Kevin’s knowledge of the different styles of forehand mechanics has helped me ﬁnd a perfect motion to ﬁt my style of tennis game.” - Kyle Tolbert, Westminster College Student Athlete
"I really like the energy Kevin puts in his work and knowledge. Kevin has a high level and great understanding on using different heights and stances of the forehand and great footwork tips." - I. puchkarov, No. 3 National Preseason Ranking NCAA Division I
Kevin Garlington is amazing at teaching anyone how to play tennis from scratch. I have no sports background at all. I was so intimidated as a young adult to pick up a sport. He made a foreign sport relatable to me. In my opinion that’s exactly what a great coach does! I’m grateful for his coaching! - Rebekah Peyravy, Recreational Player
“Kevin has helped me improve my game tremendously. Kevin understands the ins and outs of the stroke and can manipulate anyone’s particular forehand into a weapon. I recommend Kevin to anyone who wants to add another level of explosiveness to their game!” - Zane Simmons, Top 70 USTA Junior and Former Missouri Valley Top 5 Junior
I know how it feels when your forehand breaks down during a match. As a player, I worked so hard to have a great forehand, but when playing better players. I found that they just hit the ball harder, more accurately with more heaviness then I could. I found myself running side to side trying to keep myself in the match with no hope of really competing at a high level.
I just didn’t know about the fundamentals of hitting a great forehand. So I decided to study what all the best teaching Pros were teaching and watching hours and hours of slow-motion tennis video's, analyzing the most common things that I saw them doing and what the top coaches in the world were teaching. My turning point came when I learned three important strategies.
Learn these two strategies that I use to turn my forehand into a consistent weapon.
Leverage: Meaning how I could get more power and accuracy out of my swing. Swinging on the inside of the ball is one simple tip that I saw the pros using and I was able to add more power to my forehand. I’ve taught this same technique to all my players who’ve won more and more matches and tournaments and later received college scholarships and top 10 rankings in their USTA Sections. (Click The Video On the Right And Watch The Forehand Lesson)
How to set up my feet and toes for different shots so to not lock out the power in my forehand: This tip allowed me to hit bigger forehands on the run and suddenly my movement was more for being offensive than defensive. (Click The Video On the Right And Watch The Forehand Lesson)
How to swing the racquet across my body for more feel and natural power: When I used this tip the right way, I instantly felt like the ball stayed on my strings so much longer and gave me more control and accuracy without having to sacriﬁce swinging my racquet. (Click The Video On the Right And Watch The Forehand Lesson)