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From Amateur to ‘Novak’ In A Few Steps

Novak’s journey to success was not an easy path. As you may know, the game is evolving every day with new techniques and styles of play, but one thing that will remain the same is the foundation and basics that we learn. Not only physically, but mentally as well.  The determination and intensity that Novak shows […]

Exercise of the Week 13 – Movement Drill – Zig Zags with Commands

Exercise of the Week 13 – Movement Drill – Zig Zags with Commands https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Exercise of the Week 13 – Movement Drill – Zig Zags with Commands This week’s Exercise of the Week comes direct from the Tennis SuperMovers programme. We use the SMASH curriculum, which works on Strength, Movement, Agility, Stability and Honing Coordination, […]

Exercise of the Week 12 – Football Tracker

Exercise of the Week 12 – Football Tracker https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Exercise of the Week 12 – Football Tracker With all eyes on the Euro 2020 final this weekend, we thought we would share with you a fun drill called the Football Tracker. It focuses on the transferrable key skills of coordination, perception, tracking and footwork. You […]

If you are not assessing, you are guessing!

If you are not assessing, you are guessing! https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/Assess-your-strengths-in-tennis-_-Tennis-SuperMovers.mp4 If you are not assessing, you are guessing! In this short video, Howard discusses the importance of assessing your players’ strengths and areas for development – as the saying goes ‘if you are not assessing, you are guessing’. The building blocks of athletic movement – Fundamental […]

Exercise of the Week 11 – Trouble Shooting the Lunge

Exercise of the Week 11 – Trouble Shooting the Lunge https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Exercise of the Week 11 – Trouble Shooting the Lunge Find out here how to master the lunge for tennis players of all ages and abilities. The lunge pattern is one of the most common integrated tennis shapes that all players must be able to […]

Coordination Training – Part 2

Coordination Training – Part 2 https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Coordination Training – Part 2 In the second part of this two-part blog on coordination training, I will discuss the different elements involved and how to best integrate them in training programmes for success. Firstly, when identifying the different components of coordination, you can use the mnemonic RB RADIO – […]

Coordination Training – Part 1

Coordination Training – Part 1 https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Coordination Training – Part 1 Coordination training is an often misunderstood and, at times, haphazardly delivered element of physical preparation. As with everything in coaching, context is king. A simple search of coordination training can lead you to a whole host of elaborate and dynamic drills. A well-meaning coach […]

Exercise of the Week 10 – Fast Feet – Dot Drill

Exercise of the Week 10 – Fast Feet – Dot Drill Exercise of the Week 10 – Fast Feet – Dot Drill https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Exercise of the Week 10 – Fast Feet – Dot Drill Quick feet are a huge asset to tennis players at all levels. Foot speed and coordination can be improved by performing drills […]

Exercise of the Week 09 – Agility – X-Drill

Exercise of the Week 09 – Agility – X-Drill https://tennissupermovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/coordination.mov Exercise of the Week 09 – Agility – X-Drill Though the terms ‘agility’ and ‘change of direction speed’ are often used interchangeably, recent knowledge has distinctively separated the two. Put simply, agility involves reactive abilities in unpredictable environments, whilst change of direction speed focuses purely […]

My Tennis Journey – Podcast

My Tennis Journey – Podcast My Tennis Journey – Podcast I recently featured on the My Tennis Journey podcast, where I chatted to Rob Salmon about my passion for under-10’s tennis and giving everyone the chance to stay active and get stronger and faster. We all know the positives that technology offers, but I often see the issues that overuse […]

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