Make the best tennis trainer, rebounder around for $10 or less. It's easy by following this step by step video. Here's my updated design, just posted July 10...
This video shows how to make a simple tennis ball trainer using a pressureless tennis ball, some elastic, epoxy, a concrete block.
WHAT YOU NEED: A retired tennis ball can, sharp tool, nail, glue gun, 2 skewers, twine, and a flying disc. HOW TO: 1) Use a sharp tool to cut two holes at the bottom of the can. 2) Use the nail to poke four small holes in the can and put the skewers through them.
Getting to be good at any of these sports is a completely different matter. While solo drills are great for squash, hitting a tennis ball against a wall by yourself is less exciting. The tennis training tools and aids covered here are targeted at beginner and intermediate-level players. So, here are the five tennis training aids worth checking out.
Step 1: 3D Print the .stl Files Using TPU and Glue the Two Parts Together. The 3D model for this build is designed in Fusion 360. This current model only works for the Penhold Grip Table Tennis bat. Use infill 25% with 6 walls for the print settings.
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1. level 1. [deleted] · 3y. This is an ok design, but you'd be losing a lot of power to fore, aft, and side to side movement. Using tennis balls as the spring and also as your pivot point keeps you from truly rocking, and instead just moving around back and forth on top of a bunch of tennis balls.
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The majority of the time I have a spare(ish) nine-speed alloy bike set up on the trainer, however with a 12-25 on a standard crankset it means that riding in the hills is only OK for short sessions.