Yes. Actually, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, and many other professionals, are using Time Perspective training in their matches. During my tennis coaching career, I asked my students the following questions: How important is the mental part of the game? How much of your overall training is dedicated to this aspect? I was almost […]
Here are some great gift ideas for the active person on your list As a matter of fact, these come personally recommended from Fred Robinson, founder of Body Helix, himself. He uses these and loves them. These products are so great, you may even want to grab one for yourself (wink, wink!)
Question: I’m better than they are so why did I lose? Answer: You are not better than they are and your ego is killing your potential. Guess what… If someone just handed you your lunch in a match, than they were better than you were – at that moment in time. Perhaps if you played […]
I recently read that the average human attention span is now approximately FIVE seconds ( ). That’s less than the attention span of a goldfish!
In today’s short video, tennis champion Fred Robinson goes over how to shift your focus from the RESULT to the PROCESS. Whether it’s a routine league match or national championship final, watch this video to learn how to relieve the mental pressure you put on yourself.
Body Helix and its founder, Fred Robinson, are excited to announce a new partnership with the Time Value of Tennis YouTube Channel. The YouTube channel, founded in 2017 by tennis professionals, Aritz Eceiza and Sergey Belov, provides simple and top level instruction to the every day tennis player. In less than two years, the channel […]
Body Helix all began because I strained a hamstring and it wasn’t getting any better. After playing for months with the constant pain, I was fed up! I had tried everything on the market and came to one simple conclusion: None of these companies cared about me or my pain! They were all using the […]
This video is an “oldie but goodie.” Several years ago, I sat down with longtime friend, Brent Abel of Webtennis.com, about adjusting your practice targets so you become more consistent during matches.