Baseline Certification Course
This course is designed for coaches working with female tennis players of all ages and levels. Through studying this course coaches will be armed with a new understanding of the female player enabling them to communicate better while facilitating common technical changes for capable athletic females.
97 Lessons | $197 (FREE for Pro Members)
Forehand Development Baseline Course (FREE)
The Girls Tennis Strength Development Program is for young female athletes aged between 8-18 years. It is also for players, coaches and parents that are wanting to know the “how, when and why” of strength training for young female athletes.
9 Lessons | FREE for members
Know Your Player Course (FREE)
This course is designed to introduce coaches to working with female tennis players of all ages and levels. Through studying this course coaches will be armed with a new understanding of the female player enabling them to communicate better while facilitating common technical changes for capable athletic females.
12 Lessons | FREE
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