So you're like me. You believe that improving even the smallest of details can improve your performance. You believe that improving just 5% in a few different areas can have a gigantic impact on your game. You know what? You're right. One thing I learned was that living in a state of continuous improvement not only energizes you, but inspires you to achieve more. People that achieve at the highest levels in any profession have that mindset, that good isn't good enough, not when you want to get the most out of your game.
Let me help you improve your stroke technique by doing a side by side technique comparison that will show you exactly what you need to change to maximize the strokes you're struggling with. Take your weakness and make it a strength.
Jason has been teaching the game of tennis for the last 20 years and has spent the last 10 years specializing in performance analysis. He started working as a performance analyst for the United States Tennis Association, the governing body of tennis for the United States in 2014. In that role, Jason worked with over fifty ATP/WTA tour players, ITF juniors, and nationally ranked players on their technique and tactics. With Jason’s direct input, those players made necessary technique and tactical changes that helped improve their games.
His most recent work on the top male and female players in the world was completed after four years of intensive research. The research project and it’s ideas are the first of their kind, and promise to change how the game is played at every level. The research has led to multiple courses on pro shot selection, tactics, and court position that have led to breakthroughs in understanding how pros really play. Those courses have now been released exclusively here on TennisUnleashed.net. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology and a Master of Science Degree in Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.