Top Mistakes in Coaching Communication

There are a lot of great tennis coaches in each country. They have solid experience, huge knowledge and desire to be the best they can be. There we also have great tennis players. Skilled, motivated and willing to sacrifice a … 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

How Do You Learn?

One thing that is very important as a coach or teacher, is to understand how your pupils, students or players learn best. If I was to go back to my early days as a coach, I would never teach anyone … Continue reading

Where the Real Reward and Payback Is in Coaching

I often get asked from coaches and trainers about how they can get into working with professional athletes in sport. A lot of coaches seem to regard working with professional athletes or teams as the highest level and pinnacle in … Continue reading

Concentration Competition

Recently in my coaching sessions both myself and the other coaches I work with have been assessing the player’s ability to concentrate. As defined in the Oxford Dictionary, concentration is ‘the action or power of focusing all one’s attention’. This … Continue reading