Alright. In this video, we’re going
to go over step-in variations. There are two variations you’re going to use when you’re practicing stepping in
when you’re using the ball tossing drill. You’re going to come around the cone,
and when the ball comes you’re going to step, and hit, and ideally, hold the finish. The other option is if the ball’s a little bit shorter,
you’re going to use the step-shuffle hit. So, we’re just using the variations on stepping in
when the ball comes in this area of the court. So, let me show you a few examples right now,
and I’ll kind of talk you guys through it. So, that was a little bit of a step-shuffle hit but notice I got up to the ball, and
I was able to hold my balance. I’ll do that again. There was this — whoops! I lost my balance. There was a step, and then I hit the ball. So, you saw two variations there, and you’ll notice that it’s not easy to keep the balance. Let me see if I can do it one more time,
keeping good balance at the end. And then I move. So, you notice how I held the finish,
and then I start moving around the cone. So, you want to work on your
quickness around the cone and then you want to work on
holding your finish when you step in on the forehand. Now, if you’ve got a lot of value out of this lesson what I want you to do is click the Thumbs Up button and I’d love for you to subscribe to our Youtube channel, so that we can continue to update you when we release new video content. And feel free to leave a comment or a question below.
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