Tennis Is One of the Most Physically Demanding Sport

Male students often arrive at our place in horrible poor physical shape. I have inquired about this and they reveal that they are discouraged from participating in any physically demanding activity for fear that it will be too much for … Continue reading

Time Lag Between “Knowing” and “Doing”

A long and complex mathematical computation may take several trials to complete. Each trial is a practice run at getting it right. The combination of trial followed by “gestation” can take as much as three days. After three days there … Continue reading

The Left Handed Tennis Players

Being left handed tennis players has many advantages and statistics from the United States Tennis Association have shown that roughly 10 percent of players in the world are left-handed. Over the years there have been many lefties that have dominated … Continue reading

The Importance of Effective Communication

As a Coach or Leader, your tone of voice and how you control it, are 2 crucial ways to whether your message has an impact or not. There’s a great saying that goes like this: “The more you raise your … 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