Tennis Split Step and Jab Step Study

Split Step and Jab Step Study

November 02, 2010

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In the Journal of Sports Sciences October 2009 issue there was an interesting article by Ryota Uzu, Masahiro Shinya, & Shingo Oda from the Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan comparing the Tennis Split Step and the Jab Step (a movement starting from a flat footed position).  The results confirm that athletes can move more quickly when using the Split Step in tennis, lacrosse, football, basketball, pickle ball, racquetball, squash, badminton, baseball, soccer, and volleyball. How do you teach the Split Step to your players, let us know?Update

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