Premium Lessons vs. SuperDVD pack

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Wen Huang

Wen Huang Asked 11 years ago

I recently found your website thru and I must say the free video samples I have seen so far are GREAT and would love to purchase your DVD super pack. But then I saw the Premium Lessons...and I am now confused about the two....

Can you please describe the differences between these two? Such as which one offers more in-depth video explanations given the SAME topic such as service / returns / drills.

Two thumbs up! Great videos.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 11 years ago

Hi Wen,

Thanks for the great feedback.

The DVDs are designed as an in depth coverage of a topic.  The 3 feature DVDs we have produced so far are Serving Secrets, Receiving Secrets and Training Secrets.

The Lessons DVDs are the free lessons on our site put together for convenience onto DVDs.

The Premium lessons are designed as a series of lessons for players to follow.  They will take you through a 52 week course, where we set out each week a training plan for you to follow.  Along with this we do a Master Class which will give you a bit more insight to a particular topic. 

If you need any other information about it please let us know.

Thanks again for the encouraging words. 

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Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 10 years ago

So what ofer is beter?

Arnon Thaicharoen

Arnon Thaicharoen Posted 10 years ago

I bought both.

The DVDs are in-depth coverage of specific topics, they are mostly stroke-oriented. If you just start to learn strokes, they are invaluable.

The premium lessons are, in my opinion, more training-oriented. Each lesson is designed to focus on specific area of game play, including several drills for you to follow. If you can do most strokes, the premium lessons will take you further. You'll learn to incorporate them into competition. I found several great tips in those lessons and my game is elevated to new levels.

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