Published: 05 Oct 2006 - 16:21 by stevo
Updated: 24 Sep 2008 - 14:59
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Solo drills were mentioned in another posting. I have never really done any structured solo drills (any solo court work has normally been done waiting for an opponent to turn up) so I decided to give it a go.
I booked a 30 minute session and decided to start off with straight drives. After a couple of minutes I thought my arm was going to drop off! I think I managed about 20 odd in a row, then the arm got weaker and weaker eventually my forearm was almost cramping.
I guess I want to know if this is normal for a first session? When doing straight drive routines with a partner it is normally the lungs or the legs that go. Are there any exercises to build up the forearms strength and stamina or it is just more solo work?
Anyway, with short breaks in between sets I managed to do some straight volleys as well as straight drives, some figure of 8's and some volley drop practice. However I could only manage about 15-20 in a row max.
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