Kids gain valuable life skills through competition and we encourage kids in our programs to enter local tournaments. Competing in tournaments can be great fun … or it can be stressful! Preparation is a part of taking away stress on the day and helping your child have fun. “Competition helps kids learn that it is…
This week in the i2c classes we’re working on hitting Short and Deep shots. In this short clip, Coach Adam demonstrates a drill we use practice hitting these shots in a rally. Our weekly class focus is used for all age groups – this drill was filmed live on the court with one of our older…
For a lot of players, the back-hand is their weaker shot and therefore a lot of attacking balls target the back-hand side of the court.
In this short clip, Adam Wharf, the Head of Performance Coaching at i2c, gives you advice that you can share with your players to help them understand how to buy time to get back into a strong position.
Simple solutions can make a huge difference to a player’s game!
A lot of players, particularly when starting out, aren’t too keen to think about how they will overcome their opponent. So, in this short video Adam Wharf, Head of Performance Coaching at i2c, has advice on using your warm up to evaluate your opponent’s weaknesses.
In this short video, Adam Wharf, Head Performance Coach at i2c, shares some fabulously simple tips on where players should position themselves when they are coming in to the net. The rules are easy to follow, but players often don’t know these few simple rules.