The Power of Coaching Cues

How many times have we experienced or witnessed a coach giving his or her players cues or instructions, but half the group didn’t understand it? The coach understand what he wants, but the players don’t. What is a “cue”? A … Continue reading

The Importance of Attitude in Sports Performance

Bad attitude athletes are like rotten apples. The actions you take as a coach say a lot about the standards you uphold: A few coaches and parents get upset when I tell them it’s not my responsibility to bring my … Continue reading

LoveOne Tennis Scoreboards. Little Company, Big Heart

It all started back in 1998, in an 80 degree, dust filled garage in Naples, Florida. This is when my grandfather first realized that tennis scoreboards demanded innovation. On it’s inception, LoveOne tennis scoreboards was the first of its kind. … Continue reading

Tennis Parents and Development of a Tennis Player

Tennis parents, don’t tell me you’re all about ‘development’ for your child, when your biggest concern is if little Johnny will be tired from training for his matches this weekend. If you are development minded and truly understand the journey, … Continue reading

Playing Your ‘Super Star’ Kid Up an Age Group – Good or Bad?

Here’s one area that comes up quite a bit in my field. It’s a question I get asked especially from the parents of ‘star’ kids. This usually comes from parents of kids around the ages of 9-12 years. “Should my … Continue reading