Five years ago I started playin’ LOTS of tennis.
In fact, I had a doubles match this morning...
I played with Matt Breslin (former Duke All American goalie). We’re preppin’ for our club doubles tournament on Oct 5th.
Matt’s a better tennis player than me... I’m improving tho.
But, we both LOVE the sport and work hard at it.
And if you’ve been reading my content, then you know I like to have a plan.
...I also have "mini-goals".
The "mini-goal" for Oct 5th is to give myself the BEST chance to compete.
Now the plan...
To give myself the best chance, I NEED to play tennis a min of 3x per week.
Specifically, this is how I will break it down each week:
If I do ALL those things the next 5 weeks, then I’ll be as prepared as I possibly can.
AND that will make me a better teammate for Bres.
Keepin’ stuff simple with SPECIFIC action items.
Do it every week.
The EXACT same approach I recommend for you to improve at lacrosse.
And the BTB Players Manual is what I developed to GUIDE you.
One more thing to discuss on this Labor Day Monday (by the way I set up a coupon code - "LABORDAY2018" - for you today only. Gets you $30 off baby!)
He played Nick Kyrgios on Saturday in the U.S. Open…
And there was one play where Roger literally hit the ball it around net.
You can do that??
But I find this MORE impressive...
Look at this ridiculous effort to EVEN get to the ball.
I have a buddy, Mark...
Mark’s a competitive dude.
And back in the day, he played TONS of squash.
Mark gave me some tennis advice…
“CHASE DOWN EVERY BALL”
I don’t do that enough.
I need to.
Federer obviously does...
That’s the stuff that demoralizes opponents.
Kyrgios basically applauded Roger mid-match.
As a lacrosse player, I suggest getting to every ball.
One catch... you gotta be in shape to have a chance.
The BTB Players Manual will get you there.
Pick up your copy here.
P.S. For today only you can use the coupon code "LABORDAY2018" to get $30 off the BTB Players Manual.
So you can pick up your copy for today for just $67.
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