I will bring the tennis ball machine to an agreed upon court location. I will continuously load ball machine and give pointers on your strokes.
I have several certificate in tennis Louis Cayer was my tennis instructor He works for Federation of tennis in England I completed with successful fitness and psychology in sports I went at several conference about coaching and teaching tennis for kids
Throughout my lifetime of playing tennis, I have been exposed to some of the top coaches, players, and clinics, which have allowed me to increase my knowledge and success of the game. Not only do I have experience playing the sport, but have also spent a lot of my life teaching tennis at numerous tennis facilities in upstate NY, Long Island, and CT.
I believe that my method allows the player to enjoy every moment of enhancing their tennis but also pushing themselves to levels they haven’t broken. My teaching philosophy is very simple, "do your best and forget the rest". If you put all your effort and have a good attitude then that's all I can ask for at the end of the day. Every player is different, i.e.
In first place, I always try to make the player understand the game. Therefore, I like to analyze what are the specific needs for every player so that I can focus on them. Being able to help the player to improve these specific needs and details will make great impact in the player’s game. Tennis has been always my passion so I love to see the good results after some time.
I make sure to provide them lectures and information about the subject. Showing demonstration and giving instructions will also help them to learn complete movement. Letting them practice will help them improve their skills. Most importantly, help them understand the importance of sports.
I believe that just like most things, tennis is best taught on a "by individual" basis. Meaning, it is important to establish a trust and understanding of how each player should best be served tennis instruction. I would describe my teaching style as energetic, quick, and rooted in fun.
For lessons, I like to focus on the technique so players are satisfied with their shots every time they play.
I am currently a junior in college where I am pursuing degrees in international business and marketing with minors in French and Spanish. My strongest areas of tutoring are in tennis and Spanish. I have played tennis for 10 years. Throughout high school, I played three singles, under two top 10 nationally ranked players.
Coach, certified Trainer by Cooper Institute, Ignite 360. Certified to coach and train for combines. Can also tutor for history. All levels of students. Winners hang with winners, learn from the best! Coached top athletes for all sports.
My teaching method is based on skill and awareness training and instructions, social support, and positive behaviors for beginners, intermediate, advance, elite, and professional players, drawing upon the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies required for higher and higher-level performance.
Tennis is meant to be fun and motivating, but also strategic and technical. Correct handling of the racket, form of swing, and game play will be thoroughly understood.
I put so much emphasis on the technique in order to have a strong foundation needed to develop tennis skills and become an advanced player.
My lessons plans and teaching techniques depend largely on the students. It takes coordination, athleticism, technique and a strong mental game to be a tennis player. Depending on where my students are starting from, I will devise specific lesson plans to help them get to where they want to go. The most important thing for me is to keep things fun, engaging but also challenging for my students.
Tennis pro with 14 years of experience. I Have the patience, knowledge and expertise to fine tune your game and leave you feeling confident with the added strategy to add to your game. All levels welcome. Do book a lesson.
I am patient with whoever I teach and find the best route of helping them get better! I teach people at which ever level they are at Beginners, or Experienced! I always have my students stretch and run before we get started, there safety is my main priority! I always try and make my lesson fun as it is helpful! I teach ages 5-12, Hope to hear from you!
My teaching method is getting people comfortable and confident with being on the court. I base my classes on working out and learning the basic s of tennis.
My teaching methodology regards focusing on the basics such as form/technique, simple ways/strategies to combat negative energy on the court.
i love tennis and have over 25 years of experience in teaching, coaching, playing and learning the nuances of this sport. From nutrition to physical fitness to competition on the court, and including community tournaments, club instruction and college coaching i feel that tennis is still the sport of lifetime for children to adults.
Every student is different, and has different skill levels. I base my coaching upon skill level, whether it's drills or rallying. There is always going to be conditioning.
Firstly, you tell me your goals, we play and we talk, I prefer we spend as much time playing and leaving 5 to 10min st the end to provide feedback.
I am a certified ski instructor and spent 8 years teaching. I also spent 11 years coaching soccer. I have been a teacher and tutor as well and have studied the psychology of learning. I enjoy and motivate my students and make learning fun as well as challenging.
I base my lessons around learning correct movement and form. As the player advances, strategy and power is added.
I am Emily Iiames and I am a certified personal trainer and tennis coach. I received a full athletic scholarship to play tennis at Division I school UNC-Asheville. My background is tennis, however I played all sports growing up and have a passion for movement and health! It's important to me to figure out what niche each child fits into so that they may enjoy exercise long term.
I am retired after working 44 years in the engineering/construction fields...I am in the Cambridge Book of Who's Who for engineering...I plan on teaching the basics which would be used in the engineering field..Working for a consulting engineering firm does not require high-level math and science...Just enough to complete the task at hand...
I have recently relocated to this area from Barcelona, where I was the Global Sales and Marketing Director for Mecalux Warehouse solutions. I am trying to understand the local job market to determine where and how my skill set will fit in in addition we want to make coach lessons of Tennis / Soccer / Fitness and other sport contents.
USPTA Professionals must be at least 18 years old, pass the on-court and written portions of the exam, and complete Stage 1 and 2 of Coach Youth Tennis. They should be able to organize and implement most tennis programs, assist with and develop competitive players, and assist with and/or direct pro shop management and facility maintenance.
I have coached children as young as 5 and adults as old as about 40. I generally coach beginner and intermediate students. The beginning of the lesson is spent warming up then I will feed you balls/work on a specific stroke (forehand, serve, etc.), and then we'll apply what you have learned into some type of game or real situation.
I believe tennis is not only about the physical training that a coach provides their students with but also the encouragement and mental training that is developed through lessons and learning each individual student's goals. Being a young coach, I went through all of the steps that I take my students through to achieve their dreams and improve their game.
I like to start out by observing my student's groundstrokes and work my way up from there. After that, I will teach them gameplay and work on their rallying skills followed by serves. Most important I want all my students to enjoy the game and love it as much as I do.
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