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)
The Foundations Course
With this course, you’ll learn everything from the nuts and bolts of the musculoskeletal system to the four tiers of the Performance Pyramid, empowering you to help your player feel and play her best.
6 Lessons | $49
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
Girls Strength Development COurse
This course 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 | $39
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Players: Does Your Coach Really Care?
Let's face it tennis can be a pretty expensive sport. Most of the time the player/coach relationship is one of mutual respect and many successful moments and achievements. However, there are those families and players who have invested a lot of time and money into...
10 tips for running a successful coaching business (The Little Things)
Many things help coaches run a successful business. Some are incredibly obvious to some but completely overlooked by others. Here are 10 simple tips that can help coaches. Thanks to Terry Stone from Grace Park Hawthorn Club for sharing his insights. 1. Arrive early...
The Simple Rule of Tennis – The Ball Must go in!
It seems like a pretty basic premise; if you want to win a tennis match, the ball must land inside the court. However, time after time, coaching forums fail to state the obvious, which is the basic principle of tennis. Regardless of how technically sound a stoke is,...
Top 5 Things People Should Look For In A Coach
It’s easy to find a tennis coach. But how do you know if they are the right choice, what should players be looking for when it comes to hiring a new coach? Although there is no magic formula and sometimes doing a few on-court sessions is the only way to evaluate the...
Match Preparation 5 Tips for Success
Matchday can be stressful for a lot of athletes. Tennis can be somewhat unpredictable; you might play the best match of your life and walk away second best. It's all about controlling the controllable. Of course, strategy and game plans are critical pieces of the...
Creating Strong Female Athletes
Femininity by definition is: The quality or nature of the female sex (Merriam-Webster). Coaches who work with enough female players will inevitably run into an issue that can plague many careers, the fear of gaining too much muscle and getting ‘too big’. As women’s...
What is the Best Way to Return to the Court After 4 Weeks off?
It happens that extended time off the court is part of every tennis player's career, but what is the best way to return to play after four-plus weeks off the court? WTA tour player Francesca Di Lorenzo gives a first-hand insight into a professional tennis player's...
CEO Sarah Stone Moves Home but it’s Business as Usual for the WTCA
The five-year mark for the Women’s Tennis Coaching Association is just around the corner with a bright future slated for the WTCA. We recently announced our partnership with the USPTA. With our leading partners Accutennis, Madalux, Pro Bar, and several others right...
Are UTR Rankings a Solution to a WTA Return in the Fall?
We are all desperate to see tennis return in the fall, but the ultimate question is: What ranking system would be fair for everyone? Indian Wells wasn't playing this year, but before the tournament director canceled the tournament, Canadian star Bianca Andreescu had...
Are You Prepared Enough When it Comes to Losing/Failing?
Failing on your terms. Tennis is a very unique sport if we talk about losing. Tennis players lose more often than athletes playing other sports. Professional players play up to 30 or more tournaments per year and there is only one winner each week. More than...
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