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T. 4 Fund. Técnicos – JUEGO DE PIES

November 10, 2019


technical fundamentals No. 6 Footwork mobility in tennis Tennis is a sport of motion and therefore all groundstrokes as the network are influenced by footwork which it is the controller and determined the ideal placement distance body for impact although it is a sport of emergency in terms of displacement when a bad player hits usually the fault is usually in the weight placement of the body good players are those who manage to repeat the coup this would mean that the balance weight body fully exploits in Beatings the player with the best performance in today’s tennis is that you can get to the ball in a better position it is important to spend time training the footwork as also dedicated to blows the reaction time is the amount of time elapsed since It produces a stroke of a player stimulus until the movement is completed response to the same beat the other player ie is the time it takes a player to respond and restore ball that arrives Players can work to reduce the response time training exercises paths with game situations etc development and improvement in response time is essential in tennis where the ball moves so quickly especially when returning the service or net game Agility is the ability of a player to exit stop and change quickly and efficiently addresses These responses are the key to success in tennis Agility is a quality that combines speed reaction equilibrium muscle strength and elasticity balance Static and dynamic of the two dynamic balance it is the most important for tennis allowing recovery reaction speed the ability to react with time a player on the court will determine its performance power most careers are short in tennis between two and a half meters to six meters This means that the output power and acceleration are very important for a tennis player muscle elasticity absolutely necessary for the recovery displacement footwork motion cycle phases are six footwork first waiting position second explains this third rotation of the body fourth shift fifth hit sixth recovery This cycle is repeated whenever we hit ie on every shot but it is done near the six phases will be These six components of the movement cycle are the basis for mobility on track any omission or error in any of these components will affect the effectiveness of player movement ready position Also call waiting It is positioned in front of the net with feet apart more than the shoulder width for balance the will do while we’re waiting for the opponent strikes the ball to prepare the next shot the racket is held with both hands by the dominant fist and Key around the neck of the racket so that the output faster we will be making small jumps while we wait for the next ball if we supported the entire foot with the heel including the exit to the next blow would be slower and more expensive to do it This position allows rapid movement in any direction We can appreciate the differences in position on the bottom and on the net slight bending at the bottom of the body with the projection center Gravity on the front foot three supports flexion of the body center of gravity projection almost outside the base of support foot placement on the serve the line formed by the toes pointing to where it is desired take there are at least four types of footwork to get It is used in the initiation It is to conduct a balanced balance being the heel rear raised second He jumped on stepladder the back foot passes aunmentar getting power third jumped from static force position is achieved by bending legs fourth approach happened This technique is for advanced players nadal and many other players make getting more competition power activation t step splip when the opponent starts moving his racket at the ball the player must jump and fall to the ground at the moment of impact between the ball and racket opponent this jump is called split step and helps the player to establish good starting position forcing him to bend the knees and lower the center of gravity while the air is in the direction of the ball is determined the farthest foot before the ball falls unconscious movement 3 rotation of the body as the player falls to the ground after the split step needed turn your shoulders and take the first step on the foot to the side of the coup Exit to the ball if it comes to our right is always with right foot doing shoulder turn simultaneously armed coup displacement the race is the essence of mobility on the track It is a sequence of steps that should be automated to move effectively every good player follows the same sequence every time he hits the ball ready position Also call waiting second split step rotation of the body and shoulders turntable fourth long career steps are becoming shorter as we approach the ball stop the race with the back foot sixth adjust gap with front foot Most careers in tennis are short between two and a half meters and six meters maximum distance 14 meters and an average five meters the most common movement in tennis is diagonally forward phase of scrimmage once near the area hit the player must continue to adjust their steps looking for an ideal position this movement to seek an ideal position struck him call adjustment steps at this stage the body position depends on the handle that use open position west grip semi open handgrips semi west opposition side handle this the closed position should be avoided because it could not transfer the body weight achieve a dynamic balance as at the end hit or hit us will allow the transfer of body weight correctly the key is to keep the center of gravity within the base lift not being the center of gravity within the support base player enter loss of stability need to bring a lot of energy the body to a state of equilibrium in the steps it shows how is done the transfer of body weight darker area footprint the red circle would be the center of gravity although the angular movement is more common in the human body in the initiation is recommended where the linear balance weight transfer the carry from one leg to another moves in a straight line and all parts which run through equal distance It helps to have more control and direction 6 Recovery finally the player needs to curb his career as quickly as possible and back to the center of the track again start with the cycle movement to answer the next blow when hit and then retrieve try to recover before the opponent hit always recover to the specific area depending on where you hit the adversary the player will recover the center of the track or the straight line that divides the angle of the possible trajectories of the ball bisecting with side steps or steps between crossed sidesteps It is a rather slow moving so used in movements adjustment or short distances steps between crossed faster displacement involves crossing legs They are used for longer trips we can see how federer takes step between crossed when Nadal moves out of the sidelines and sidesteps when closer to the ball reception in perception and decision making it included the recognition future position and status of the ball according to information received and the game situation will depend on the player’s ability to respond to stimuli received visual stimulation leads to a physical activation the split step to produce displacement in search of optimum striking position projection the ball goes Once the player is approaching the hitting zone placement starts around the ball looking for a setting that is as optimal possible to achieve maximum performance when hitting the ball achieved its target player makes a quick recovery that will make be in an optimal position for the next shot

20 Comments

  • Reply harakrisnahara November 2, 2010 at 2:07 pm

    Gracias. Muy bien resumido a mi entender.

  • Reply chepe844 April 8, 2012 at 4:55 pm

    muy completa la explicacion. gracias.

  • Reply miracomojuega May 1, 2012 at 3:38 am

    Muy util, me ah servido muchisimo, desde ya muchas gracias 😀

  • Reply Daniel Spatz August 27, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    muy buen trabajo! felicitaciones!Coach Daniel Spatz

  • Reply Daniel Spatz August 27, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    gracias a usted!…muy buenos videos! muy tecnicos explicativos y didacticos! para mi la tecnica es TODO! sino ninguna tactica se puede aplicar con efectividad!

  • Reply Augusto Velasco Sanz October 26, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    Muy interesante. Verdaderamente didactico.
    gracias.

  • Reply Fiore Batista December 14, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    Muy buen video!! me sirvio mucho gracias!!

  • Reply federico lopez December 23, 2012 at 5:30 am

    ARRANZ quería saber si eras maestro si dabas clases , donde ( alguna superficie en especial) me gustaría entrenarme con alguien que sepa tanto de tenis como vos y me ayudaría a subir mas aun mi nivel ( por si tenes dudas estoy en nivel junior y tengo 13 estoy por cumplir 14 ) el año que viene necesito mejorar mucho y rápido mi tenis para poder jugar en clubes importantes pro favor respondeme gracias

  • Reply federico lopez December 24, 2012 at 9:55 pm

    me gustaria pero estoy en argentina creo que va a ser un poco dificil no por el video sino por las clases gracias por contestarme

  • Reply vuela con salud June 1, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    Muy buen video!

  • Reply J Camilo November 5, 2013 at 4:00 am

    oye amigo, muchas gracias, este video muestra muchas cosas que parecían de segundo plano pero el juego de pies es bastante importante, me ha servido mucho tus videos para mejorar mi juego, en especial la recuperación, la cual yo reiteraba en ponerme siempre en la mitad de la cancha y no es así, muchas gracias =D

  • Reply Arranztenis November 5, 2013 at 7:58 am

    Gracias J Camilo.

  • Reply Ernesto Tanquia November 28, 2013 at 2:07 pm

    Muy bueno el video gracias

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    Muy pero muy buen video

  • Reply Daniela October 5, 2015 at 10:59 pm

    Alguien por favor escriba un resumen del video

  • Reply chemasevilla1 December 15, 2015 at 11:47 pm

    bien muchas gracias maestro desde La Luisiana, un saludo lo he copiado todo ahora a ver si los alumnos y alumnas los enseñó la mitad de bien que tú

  • Reply Jose Alvaro Lima de Moraes February 28, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    Parabéns. Video muito bem elaborado. Ótimo para todos que amam o tênis e desejam melhorar seu desempenho. Saudações do Brasil

  • Reply JORGE DOMINGOS GOMES DE OLIVEIRA PAULA April 20, 2016 at 1:51 am

    Parabéns.
    Muito bom este vídeo.
    Continue a produzir

  • Reply MD. JOSE JAVIER ESPINOSA TORRES June 7, 2017 at 11:03 pm

    MUY BUENO…GACIAS POR SU APORTE

  • Reply Isaac Salazar October 26, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    Muy agradecido! Siga así

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