Jeff Drock MS, CSCS-Physical Trainer of World Junior Champions

Who Else Wants To Develop Tennis Specific Explosive Movement, Agility, Endurance, and Total Body Strength In Just 4 Weeks?

My Name Is Jeff Drock MS, CSCS and since 1998 I have been significantly improving the tennis specific fitness levels of hundreds of competitive players through my tennis specific physical conditioning  and movement efficiency training. 

I have worked with top 100 ranked touring pros, Grand Slam Junior Champions, World Junior Age Group Champions, National Junior Champions, ITF World Ranked Juniors, State Champions, Competitive Adult Players, League Players, etc.  Collectively, the players I have worked with have won more than 50 Supernational Titles and over 10 World Championships!

For Years, Tennis Enthusiasts From All Over The World Have Been Asking Me To Create A Program That They Could Do On Their Own Without Having To Go To A Gym Or Come To South Florida TO Train With Me.

It Is Finally Available! 

This 4-Week training block can be easily tailored to meet any tennis players capability.

Get IMMEDIATE access to my comprehensive “Superfittennis” guide and 4 week tennis specific training block now! (Note: Email Jeff@10SFit.com if you want a hardcopy of this)

What is the Cost?

 $599 ? NO!     $399 ? NO!     $299? NO! 

Limited Time Only Price:   $149.00



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THIS AWESOME PROGRAM INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

This is a comprehensive 4 Week/3-days a week program that consists of a different detailed workout for every session and it takes only 30-40 minutes to complete each workout. 

 You Get access to 30+ tennis specific agility and conditioning drills with detailed diagrams and explanations of how to do them. These drills are placed into the following five categories: Speed/Endurance/Quickness/Agility/Reaction/ 

You Get access to 20+ tennis specific strength drills with detailed diagrams and explanations of how to do them. These drills are categorized into the following categories: leg strength, upper body strength, and core exercises.

You Will Learn the best way to warm-up for tennis and why properly warming up will help to prevent injuries and actually increase your level of play significantly

All you need are agility cones, tennis balls, a stopwatch, an exercise mat, and access to a tennis court (If for some reason you don’t have access to a tennis court, you can also measure out the area needed to perform any of the drills.)   

The Type and purpose of each drill will be shown as the following:

  • Short Agility (5-10 seconds) top speed and direction changes
  • Medium agility (15-25 seconds) speed, direction changes, and anaerobic endurance
  • Long agility(30 seconds to 1 minute) anaerobic endurance and direction changes
  • Reactional agility react to cues quickly (can be used with short, med, or long agility drills)
  • Quickness small fast footwork movements for better positioning to the ball
  • Anaerobic endurance training repeated runs usually between 800 meters and not
    shorter than 200 meters with short rest periods
  • Anaerobic Speed Training repeated runs usually between 50 meters and not greater
    than 400 meters with longer rest periods
  • Power  speed times strength-racket speed and 1st step explosion
  • Leg strengthening keep lower body, explosive and fresh
  • Upper body strengthening hit balls harder and handle opponents pace better
  • Core Strengthening rotational power allows one to hit the ball harder for all strokes
  • Speed measure of how fast you can run to one ball in a straight line

Get IMMEDIATE access to my comprehensive “Superfittennis” guide and 4 week tennis specific training block now! (Note: Email Jeff@10SFit.com if you want a hardcopy of this)

What is the Cost?

 $599 ? NO!     $399 ? NO!     $299? NO! 

Limited Time Only Price:   $149.00

  

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Train The Right Way! 

Most tennis players spend months and even years doing tough fitness training that is unfortunately not specific to tennis and has “Zero Transference To Their Tennis.” If you or someone you know is going nowhere with their fitness “like a Gerbil on a wheel”  and not noticeably improving tennis specific physical conditioning every 3-weeks, then it is necessary to quit that  current training and move to Boca Raton, Florida to train with me. Another perhaps more viable option is to give this extremely affordable and comprehensive 4-week tennis training program I created a go.

Note: To better assess if you fall into the “Gerbil on a Wheel Category” you must scroll down to just past the example agility drills section below ….. Clues That Your Current Physical Training Is Not Helping Your Tennis Include The Following:

If You Are Not Getting Great Results With Your Fitness Or Especially If You Fall Into The “Gerbil On A Wheel” category…………You Really Need To Give This No Excuses 4-Week Program (Training Block) A Shot!   

The following shows just a few examples of the tennis specific drills with explanations that are included in the “SUPERFIT TENNIS” guide:

NOTE: No equipment is absolutely necessary to take part in this program but the guide provides you with some awesome suggestions of inexpensive and portable equipment that can significantly enhance your results. (Exercise Mat, Cones, Heart Rate Monitor, etc.)
The following shows just a few examples of the tennis specific drills with explanations that are included in the report:

60(3 balls)/80(4 balls)/100(5 balls) yard ball return drill-place 3, 4, or 5 balls on the doubles sideline, sprint from the opposite alley and bring each ball back to the alley (bend at the legs not the lower back

 

 

1,2,3,4 (On line quickness)– feet step on and off of the line in a 1,2,3,4 pattern as quickly as possible *this is usually timed for between 10-30 seconds and reps are counted each time both feet have touched the line

Spider run-Place a ball at each singles sideline/baseline intersection, balls placed at the singles sideline/service line intersections, and a ball placed at the service line T, (5 balls total) In a counterclockwise manner, pick up each ball and bring it back to a 2 yd x 2 yd area behind the baseline T)



Small Box run-service line box is used (run one direction and then the other while facing forwards the entire time and using shuffle steps when going laterally)


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Clues That Your Current Physical Training Is Not Helping Your Tennis Include The Following:

They may be able to get to more short balls, but they miss the shot because they never worked on how to appropriately decelerate and set up for the shot appropriately.

 Can’t hit the ball harder or handle pace better. Are they serving harder and returning better? (Strength has to be functionally built from the ground up)

 Are they actually getting to more balls than they were prior to training? (and actually making the shot) They might get a bit faster but if agility, deceleration, quickness, mobility, stability, and balance for tennis are not appropriately addressed then they are not going to hit a higher amount of quality shots.

 Do they have the appropriate leg strength to recover faster/more explosively back to the center of the court.

  Tons of leg training but still can’t bend their knees for strokes or perhaps even while in the ready position. (Very common and if the training is not specific to the function you can scream at them until you are dead but they still will never ever bend their knees.)                    

Can they create space from balls hit at them. This is both a skill and a strength issue. You can yell at them to create space all day long and it is not happening

 Do they still get tired during practices, long matches, or long tournaments

Note: If you are actually improving your fitness level for tennis then keep training exactly as you are and pat yourself and your fitness coaches on the back because you are one of the rare few!!! If you have not seen visible improvement and are just like more than 97% of everyone else taking part in a fitness for tennis program then do something about it!
If you are one of those players who have learned beautiful technique but can use a bit more tennis conditioning, then try out my awesome “SuperfitTennis” program/4 week training block immediately! This is a no brainer! What are you waiting for?

Hello Serious Tennis Enthusiast,

It is no big secret that people come from all over the world to train with me, but some simply cannot come to Florida and do personalized training with me. I wanted to do something special for those who wanted to train with me, but could not. 

Since 1998, players I worked with have won a combined total of more than 50 Supernational Gold Ball Titles and over 10 World Titles! 

Get IMMEDIATE access to my comprehensive “Superfittennis” guide and 4 week tennis specific training block now! (Note: Email Jeff@10SFit.com if you want a hardcopy of this)

What is the Cost?

 $599 ? NO!     $399 ? NO!     $299? NO! 

Limited Time Only Price:   $149.00




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I am not going to give you some phoney baloney song and dance about how this fitness for tennis program can produce a miracle. That is certainly not my style. If you are a state ranked player, there is no possible way that you are going to achieve a world ranking at the end of this 4-week program. But…With some hard work and adherence to the program details you will be able to significantly improve your capability to work harder and have less fatigue during  your practices and matches. Heck, we all know that technical training and practice sessions are the true foundation of every high level tennis player and it is not unusual for players to work on their technique and practice (4) or more hours a day.

What in the world does physical training have to do with technical training?

GOOD QUESTION: I THOUGHT YOU WOULD NEVER ASK!

Just think of it this way… If you want to be less tired, move better for, and be “MUCH MORE PRODUCTIVE” during your technical training, practice sessions, and of course during your matches then you absolutely MUST improve your physical condition!

Honestly Ask yourself the following:

How much of my tennis technical training time is truly productive? 75%? 50%? 25%?

Some parents, players, and even some coaches do not think about the fact  that a better conditioned player is much more capable of focusing and performing at their highest level during technical and practice sessions.

I can personally attest to the fact that many tennis players practice 3-4+ hours a day, but how much of that time is spent working intensely? 

It Is Your Choice: Fitness Can Be A Liability Or A Weapon!

A tennis players physical weaknesses and needs must be addressed the right way if a player wants to get to the next level. In order to be mentally tough, you must be physically dominant on the tennis court! 

 Do you want to go from…………………………….. A state ranking to a national ranking? A national ranking to a world ranking? A world ranking to a professional ranking?

 

 

Have you ever lost a tennis match because you did not recover physically and mentally from the previous match that you played?

Have you ever lost a tennis match because you were placed in defensive positions too often and were incapable of running down balls effectively?

Have you ever lost a tennis match because you could not handle your opponents pace?
Have you ever been injured while playing tennis?

Do you want to improve your speed to the ball and put yourself in offensive positions more often?

Do you want to feel fresher at the end of matches and tournaments?

Do you want to hit the ball harder and with less effort?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions  then you really need to Get IMMEDIATE ACCESS to my comprehensive “Superfittennis” guide and 4 week tennis specific training block now! (Note: Email Jeff@10SFit.com if you want a hardcopy of this)

$599? NO! $499? NO! $399? NO! $299? NO! The Following is for a Limited TimePrice: $149.00




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Maybe You Do Want To Train WIth Me In Florida……Contact me: Jeff@10sfit.com

I will readily admit that I do not in the least know how to do the following:
I do not know how to change the oil in my car!
I do not know how to change a tire!
I do not know how to tie my own tie!
I do not know how to catch a fish!
I do not know how to shoot a basketball correctly!
I do not know how to shuffle a deck of cards!
I do not know how to find anyplace! (thank goodness GPS)
I do not know how to hook up an entertainment center or even a VCR!
I do not know how to sew a button!
I do not know how to play golf!
And there are a zillion other things that I do not know how to do………..
Heck… until a few years ago I did not even know how to replace a light bulb!

…but because of my numerous educational and real world experiences, I know exactly how to safely and effectively improve one’s fitness for tennis!

I know exactly how to test/evaluate players in order to find their strengths and weaknesses.
I know which exercises to choose.
I know how many exercises each players should do per workout.
I know how many sets players should do per exercise.
I know how long a player should rest between sets.
I know how many reps players should perform for each set.
I know how many days a week a players should do fitness.
I know when players should train.
I know how to schedule workouts depending on how intense one’s tennis training is.
I know how to add variety to workouts and make things both challenging, interesting, and maybe even fun. (fun? Maybe I am pushing that one!)
I know how long a training session should last.
I know how to get players to peak for major events.
I know if I am over or under training a player.
I know how to raise the bar and bring players to higher levels.
I know how to focus on injury prevention.
I have personally come across an incredible number of tennis players who have taken part in fitness programs that they believe will increase their fitness for tennis.
Unfortunately, most players train incorrectly and are either staying at exactly the same fitness level, “GERBILING” decrease their fitness level, or become injured.

If you can come to South Florida, I can provide you with some
INSANELY EFFECTIVE TRAINING that I will customize for your particular strengths, weaknesses, age, ability, style of play and needs.

Do you need to peak for a particular tournament or event?
Are you going for a great scholarship?
Are you wanting to maximize your fitness for tennis level?

If you answered YES to any of the above,

then a personalized program is something that you may seriously want to consider.
Please make sure that you schedule with me at least 1 month in advance.
Contact (Jeff Drock MS, CSCS) Jeff@10sfit.com


 

I Get Proven Results!!!

Improve your tennis specific fitness level with my 4-week tennis specific program, 50 tennis specific drills, detailed explanations of how to perform each and every drills, and detailed explanation of what each drill will improve.

$599? NO! $499? NO! $399? NO! $299? NO! The Following is for a Limited Time

Price: $149.00



           

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