By Iris Theresa. Tennis. Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 20:23:43 PM.
This stylish and functional bag is padded and fully lined with polka dot cotton lining and has detachable straps that can be adjusted to allow the bag to be carried as a backpack or sling bag. A matching ID holder tag metal feet to protect the bottom and a multi-purpose hook all increase function and productivity. It also boasts a decorated metal lock with logo.
Warmup equipment: Once again you don't want to step onto the court for your match with cold muscles and without being warmed up. A jumprope can help get your legs ready while a resistance band is great for warming up your arm and shoulder. A lot of players even keep a football in their bag to throw around between matches. Tossing a football around is especially good because it replicates and helps improve your service motion.
Today the world’s leading tennis players are transitioning into a faster-paced game. For quicker points they strike the ball early from inside the baseline to aggressively overcome opponents. To meet the needs of our transitioning game the VCORE PRO incorporates a revolutionary next-generation graphite “Namd1” which allows players to grip the ball and fire-off aggressive attacking spin with its unique graphite properties. Coupled with the new LOCK BOOSTER grommet system that reduces energy loss the VCORE PRO is designed to increase spin by 4% 2 speed by 2.7% 2 and post-hit bounce height by 10 cm2 enabling players to deliver heavy accelerating spin shots to overpower the opponent and dominate points.
This new innovation created in collaboration with French tech outfit PIQ which is also working on bringing more sensor based analytics to other sports like golf and skiing is part of two big trends. The obvious trend is the data driven way to understand your game. As Genie Bouchard said at Friday’s product launch at the Manhattan Plaza Racquet Club “people can tell you when you’re hitting the ball but there’s nothing more accurate than technology.” The metrics she is most interested in are where in her stroke she typically makes contact with the ball and the speed of her arm on groundstrokes.
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