High Performance Students Do Not Make You A High Performance Coach
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by Steven Kaplan
1y ago
By Steven Kaplan It's an implied truth in coaching, and an inferred truth by many parents, that a coach with great students must be a great coach. I admit that I use the marketing tactic of, "Who I coach and have...Read more ..read more
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Why The Communication Style Between Coach and Student is So Key
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Steven Kaplan
1y ago
By Steven Kaplan Three years ago, right before my annual High School Coaches Clinic I sat on the couch at my club and listened to Nick Bollettieri as he told me the first thing he does with a new student: “I say...Read more ..read more
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Why Is Playing On Clay So Beneficial?
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by Chris Lewit
1y ago
By Chris Lewit This article is partially excerpted from the forthcoming Secrets of Spanish Tennis Second Edition, coming soon in 2023! Vamos! I have recently been working hard to finish the Secrets of Spanish...Read more ..read more
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20 Resolutions to Maximize a Healthy Tennis Outlook
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Steven Kaplan
1y ago
By Steven Kaplan Our attitudes, outlooks and practices toward training, learning and competing shape who we are, who we become and, in large part, how successful we are. Below is a list of 20 pieces of advice worth...Read more ..read more
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Tip of the Week: Don't Think During the Point
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Steve Annacone
1y ago
By Steve Annacone I know this sounds pretty crazy, but you should not be trying to think while you are playing a point in a tennis match. This idea goes against what our mind is telling us as well as what it is trying...Read more ..read more
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The Top Ten Tennis Tips of All-Time: Part Six
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by Dr. Tom Ferraro
1y ago
By Dr. Tom Ferraro Even though it’s rarely talked about, guilt is one of these hidden emotions that influences many athletes, whether they are amateurs or pros. Guilt is felt when a tennis player pities are weaker...Read more ..read more
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2022 Long Island Tennis Magazine's Coaches Roundtable Discussion
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
1y ago
By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff The local tennis community boasts some of the top coaches in the world, and with this wealth of talent available, Long Island Tennis Magazine took the opportunity to pick the brains of some of these...Read more ..read more
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Coaching the Whole Human Athlete: From Hot Head to Hero
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Rob Polishook
1y ago
By Rob Polishook Every year I receive numerous calls from college freshmen who seemingly out of the blue have lost their feel, instincts and confidence. Their mental game used to be reliable but now they are...Read more ..read more
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The Split Step in Three Steps
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Steven Kaplan
1y ago
By Steven Kaplan The split step is an essential tennis movement that is often misunderstood, poorly-performed and misapplied. With a little knowledge of WHY, WHEN and HOW to perform the split step, you will move...Read more ..read more
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Tennis By The Numbers
Long Island Tennis Magazine » Coaching
by Tonny van de Pieterman
1y ago
By Tonny van de Pieterman When I was a young aspiring player, I often lost tennis matches by being too adventurous, which is my attempt to avoid admitting I was very impatient. I enjoyed playing the front court as much or...Read more ..read more
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