More is not better. Smarter is better

More is not better. Smarter is better You see the problem is this: They cut the season shorter in order to cut down on burnout and injuries. The result: Athletes start their pre-season training earlier, not fully recovered, some still … Continue reading

Are Sports Doctors and Physiotherapists qualified to write training programs?

Why is it that some sports doctors and physiotherapists feel they are also experts in the field of sports performance training? In my opinion, if you haven’t done at least 10 years in the field you are trying to give … Continue reading

The Curse of Multimedia and the Internet in the Coaching Industry

The Curse of Multimedia and the Internet in the Coaching Industry I actually never do this, but thought I’d have a look on YouTube today at coaching drills, exercises, tip etc.. Wow, that’s all I can say! Just astonished by … Continue reading

Don’t Train Like a Tennis Professional

Don’t Train Like a Tennis Professional The biggest mistake tennis coaches and players can make is coping what professional tennis players do. The problem with copying what the tennis pro’s do: When I see a video or piece that says: … Continue reading

Importance of Periodization for Development of Tennis Players

There were more injuries and pull outs in the Australian Open this year than any other slam of 2013. With the season having been shortened to give the players more rest, surely there should be less injuries you would think? … Continue reading