In addition to coaching a lot of talented young tennis players, i2c run a lot of junior tournaments. Many parents of young talented tennis players are confused and frustrated by the advice they receive. David Mullins provides sensible advice to parents.
The key to successfully moving young players from red ball to orange ball is to stop and reflect on the issues thrown up by the change in the playing environment for our young players. Progression and moving players up is good, provided that it is done in the right way and at the right time.
Do you get your kids practising overarm throwing to develop the serve? If you do, then you’ll know that there is a problem! Read on for Coaching Tips to get players vertically throwing to develop the serve and an activity that parents can do.
It’s hard for kids (and parents) to know when they will move to a new age group and ball colour. In the U.K. mini-tennis age groups (red, orange, green) are aligned to the LTA’s tennis seasons.
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.