In this tip i2c Director, Richard Marklow shares the quick coaching tip that he estimates he’s used most in his coaching career! It’s about making sure that you keep the racket on the ball for as long as you can.
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…
Use this Doubles Drill in your next adult improver lesson to help your players develop confidence in making that first cross court ball. You can use Rich’s variations to create different court situations depending on the level of players you are coaching . . . Oops! This content can’t be accessed with your membership. Visit the…
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!
Do you like the power and simplicity of keywords in your coaching? So do we! Key words can be a very effective part of your coaching; one key word can be the memorable difference!
So, here are the top 5 keywords that we use – and the on-court situation where you’d use them.
If you’re a Coach Vision member then you’ll find that this guide extends our video “Master Simple Keywords to Help Players Manage Concentration”.