Published by Equilibrium Books - A Division of Wish Publishing. Tennis is a demanding sport to play, but it can be even more difficult sport to teach. Helping other players to develop their skill can be more difficult than developing your own. This guide helps players to become teachers and helps teachers become better instructors.
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Equilibrium Books: A Division of Wish Publishing
This guide cover material in six different areas.
1. Teaching a class or group
2. Essentials of the game
3. Conditioning and Fitness
5. Common Tennis Injuries
6. Working with juniors
The ability to play tennis at a high performance level is an acquired skill that takes years of experience to master. Acquiring the ability to teach the game with a high degree of skill can be just as difficult. In fact, helping other players to develop their skills can be more difficult than developing your own. Just because you were a better than average player doesn't mean that you have what it takes to promote the skills of others. Teaching Tennis: Protocol for Instructors is the product of over 25 years of tennis teaching experience. Steven White, a certified instructor with the Professional Tennis Registry, has created a guide for coaches and established instructors who want to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their teaching abilities and for players who want to become teachers. This guide covers six different areas that are essential to anyone seeking to become a better instructor or coach.