Our super coach and Area Manager, Mel, gives a short summary of what’s different about mini-red tennis. A great guide for player’s parents! Here’s a summary of the key things to know about mini-red tennis! Mini-red tennis is for ages 5-8. It uses a ball that is larger and softer than a normal yellow tennis ball.…
What can an Innocent smoothie teach us about how we can get better at packaging our courses to appeal to kids? Plenty!
Innocent Smoothies are packaged to appeal to kids, but inside is great content that appeals to adults – exactly the blend that you try to achieve when you develop your courses for kids.
Whilst working with the Romanian Tennis Federation in Bucharest Mark demonstrated 5 ways to develop the serve when a player moves from your red programme into your orange programme. The key points are a great summary of the points in our Developing the Serve Masterclass (enrolments are now open) and our full Developing the Serve Series.
Feeding is a really important skill for a coach! Watch Mark talk through some feeding progressions, some of which you will have seen if you have attended an inspire2coach Level 1 & Level 2 tennis coaching course . . . Oops! This content can’t be accessed with your membership. Visit the membership page to learn more about our…
This week I summarise the physiological challenges that a we need to consider for players when they move from red to orange!
As a coach, you know that the move from red to orange is a big deal. It isn’t not only the children themselves that are keen to move along; parents love to see their children making progress! But the issue is, are we rushing to move players from red to orange before they are ready?