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4 Guiding Principles for Introducing Competition to Tots
There are many fundamental principles that we can take for granted with older children, an understanding of competition is one of them! Although tots are aware of achievement and reward, they generally don’t understand competition. However, competition is an important part of sports as well as daily life and in our role as tennis coaches we play an important role in building this knowledge.
Our tots CPD course explains how to introduce tots to competition. We’ve distilled the lessons from the course into these 4 Guiding Principles for Introducing Competition to Tots.
Six Ways to Increase Customer Service Standard and Customer Satisfaction
Customers are a company´s most valuable asset, therefore they should be structured and managed around them. Tennis organisations succeed when there is a focus on the customers´ experience and when teaching professionals take on board key requirements satisfy the customer´s needs. We’ve summarised 6 important actions that you, as a tennis coach, can do to ensure that your customer service is top notch!
Why you should not aim for a fun tennis journey
A lot of aspiring professional tennis players have this romantic idea that along your tennis journey, you will feel joy all the way through; that’s just not realistic. So, this is an interesting article for coaches to read and share to help player’s manage their expectations of the tennis journey. This week’s interesting article was provided by our guest author Adam Blicher, internationally renowned coach and host of the highest rated tennis coaches podcast on itunes.
Quick Fix! How to buy time to get back into a strong position (Video)
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!
Next week we’ll be launching the first of our new Quick Fix series exclusively for Tennis(24/7) members. You can access these, and our back-catalogue of Quick Fixes by joining. Annual and monthly memberships are available.
Coaches on the Couch
This week’s FREEBIE is an abbreviated transcript of our first “Coaches on the Couch” series that we launched earlier in the week. The series is filmed especially for tennis coaches; Nigel and Richard share practical advice on what they’ve learned during their years in the business and from their experience building the i2c team into one of the largest in the UK.
In this, our first ever session, Richard and Nigel talk about one of the many challenges facing coaches running their own tennis business; recognising when it is time to recruit to grow. Maybe you’ve felt that weight… you recognise that you’ve reached saturation; you can’t work any more hours and you need to get more help?
Coaches on the Couch: SERIES PREVIEW
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