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Find Your Aha Moment

Brian Lutz

I remember the FIRST moment as it was yesterday. When I hit my first half volley as a child on the tennis court there was no coach around. It occurred 39 feet away from the net on the baseline. It was out of context to where I trained while practicing my volley. It struck me how effortless I felt to trust my instincts and to hit the ball so efficiently with the combination of power and control in harmony. Now it happens on both the tennis and pickleball court every day. Interested in finding your own aha moments? Subscribe for daily inspiration. Brian Lutz Backhand City


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5 out of 5 stars from 11 ratings
  • Great and to the point!

    I’m loving these quick and realistic episodes. Thanks Brian! Keep up the great work!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Tennis stories as you never heard before

    I love this podcast is full of interesting tennis facts and anecdotes The narrator makes these episodes funny and the music is great. I highly recommend this easy listening to any tennis lovers or anyone that wants to learn more about this fascinating sport!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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