Ian played college tennis at Ferris State University while earning his four year degree in Professional Tennis Management. After graduation he taught at some of the highest rated clubs in the United States before transitioning to online instruction full time in 2011.
Tennis Lesson Plans | In this section you will find tennis lesson plans which represent the way we conduct our own classes. Use them as a guide so that you and your students have an enjoyable and valuable time on the court. All lesson plans are structured to fit into a one-hour time frame.
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High School Team Practice Plan Theme of practice: Consistency from the baseline Athletic skill development, warm-up, fitness and conditioning (10 minutes) Dynamic warm-up Slow jog and skip around court area High knees Butt kicks Toe and heel walks Straight leg march Alternate toe touch Forward and backward hurdle
• Skills (athletic and tennis): 25 – 30 minutes • Games: 15 – 20 minutes • Play at Home: 3 minutes or less PLANS AT A GLANCE NOTES: If practice is 60 minutes, add a short dynamic “warm up” or have players come early. If practice is longer than 60 minutes, add a dynamic warmup and more point play at the end.
Click on the picture or link to see first part of the tennis specific periodization plan. The first part of the periodization includes tennis testing, competition planning and scheduling, training phase, technique, strategy, tactical, tennis specific, training on types of surfaces such as hard and clay courts and much more.
Training Plan For Tennis Juniors Creating the right tennis training plan for your child can be a difficult process. Designing and implementing such a plan takes an experienced and knowledgable team with a proven record in coaching juniors.
higher balls) and use pace and to allow Dennis to practice the slice backhand. The key to the drill is maintaining a balance between cooperating with the single player and challenging him to defend and recover. 01:46 Variation 3 - Only Forehands This is a Level 3 - Two on One Drill with all three players at the baseline.
Progressive Tennis 2 Structure of Curriculum 3 Creating Lessons 4 Program Descriptions 6 Court Set-Up Options 9 Activites 12 WARM-UP Activities 12 Menu of play and practice Activities 13 I Can Rally Activities 14 I Can Start a Point Activities 25 I Can Play Net Activities 33
The activities within the practice plans will follow a similar, basic setup for singles and doubles. Keeping the organization and language consistent allows your players to become familiar with the setup which will decrease inactivity during practice as well as allow you greater freedom to roam between courts to observe your players in action.