Tennis is NOT an easy game to start.
It’s completely different from any game or sport we play as kids.
Most people begin by stepping on the court with ZERO experience of holding a racket.
And they get frustrated extremely easily.
Simply being able to HIT the ball is a struggle…
Let alone keeping it within the boundaries of the court.
This is when many starters try to quit and go:
“Tennis is not for me.”
“It’s too hard.”
“I should’ve started earlier.”
Don’t let them off the court quite yet.
Because this is where YOU step in, coach.
Time to show these beginners how tennis can be EXCITING and FUN.
And it’s not as difficult as they believe.
I’ve been a coach for over two decades now.
Thousands of students have started their tennis journey under my tuition.
I’ve shown the ropes to countless people who had no clue about the game whatsoever.
And I know just the tricks to make beginners STICK to learning the sport.
My 10 lesson plans will show you:
🎾 How to properly introduce the game of tennis so your students won’t feel frustrated with the learning process.
🎾 How to build a GREAT relationship between you and your players so they KNOW you’re a coach they can trust.
🎾 Fun exercises to warm up tennis players so they will be ready to go when it’s time for practice.
🎾 Proper footwork and movement on the court so your players are GUARANTEED to be in the right place at the right time.
🎾 Methods for INSTANTLY sharpening your players’ coordination - they’ll be hitting forehands and backhands in NO TIME.
🎾 Techniques to have beginners hitting consistent volleys in just a FEW lessons.
🎾 Tips for teaching the serve so your players can get the TRUE feel for the game early on.
🎾 How to make beginners deeply understand shot placement… so they’ll be winning more points IMMEDIATELY.
10 Lesson Plans | How to Teach Tennis
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This video program was created to give tennis coaches a systematic method to train beginner players from when they pick up a tennis racket until they learn technical details of the main tennis strokes and how to play an actual set or match.
It all depends on your students' hand-eye coordination, athleticism, focus on the court, and willingness to practice their newly learned skills.
Each student is unique. You, as a coach, must adapt and be patient in helping them achieve their goals at their own pace.
We offer monthly and yearly memberships to the 10 Lesson Plans program.
Once you sign up, you have full access to the content until you decide to cancel your membership.
If, for some reason, you consider that 10 Lesson Plans / How to Teach Tennis program is not for you, simply send me an email (see my contact info inside the program) or submit a ticket to request a refund within the first 14 days of your purchase.
I would be more than happy to answer any tennis questions you might have.
I've been teaching tennis for over 20 years and playing the sport for 30+ years, so I know a thing or two about how to help improve your skills.
You can use my personal email (see it inside the program) or simply reply to any newsletter you receive from me, and I'll do my best to get back to you within 12 hours.
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