Warm-ups are an essential part of every lesson and your programme. Your warm up routine reflects you and what you are about – don’t let it be boring! Use it as a way to set your standards for the lesson and your programme.
To correct the ball toss we look at the importance of having the weight transfer onto the front when the ball is released from the throwing arm.
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.
Our Tots Professional Development Course is one of our most popular short courses. Mel Short, who runs our great courses, lets us sit in on a group of attendees setting up “proper” tennis games for a group of tots. With Mel, you can experience the normal challenges of introducing activities to tots and how to keep them learning, active and having fun.
Mark was recently interviewed by Adam Blicher for his show, “The Adam Blicher Show”; the highest rated Tennis Coaching Podcast on iTunes. Adam has kindly allowed us to share that here on Tennis(24/7).
Mark talks about:
– How to navigate through the jungle of information
– The importance of mentoring
– The best tennis book you have never heard about before