Junior lesson general program We built our program based on four principles; “Greeting”, “Discipline”, “Effort”, and “Commitment. We are interested in producing successful tennis players as well as helping students to develop what they need to be successful in their life. Furthermore, one of our philosophies is called “Farm System” which is defined as growing the talent. We try to spend time to improve skills technically, mentally and physically in order to become a successful. As a result, we strongly focus on repetition for acquiring all skills.
Kids Class (Age 4 to 8)
Developing and coordinating potential abilities as an athlete. Also we focus on to develop a human sensibility.
Junior Flower (Beginner) Developing fundamental technique and footwork. Players learn rule of tennis.
Junior Advance (Intermediate) Focusing on to develop fundamental skills, abilities and rhythms as an athlete by using the drill coordination and the strength and conditioning training.
Pre-Players (Advance) Focusing on applied fundamental skills and also learning strategies for the match.
Pre-pre Players (Bridge class of High Performance) Players prepare to be a part of the team of high performance class. They are required to be a ready physically for 3 hours’ practice.
High Performance Team
We currently emphasize to produce successful tennis players as well as helping players to develop what they need to be successful in their life.
Our philosophy is to help young people reaching their maximum potential, not only in sports but also in life. Our philosophy is to work with the student's goals for the distant future and work backwards to the present, establishing priorities, developing routines and practices that reinforced a general ethic about hard work, dogged preparation and constant monitoring. We believe that there is a direct correlation between planning, work and achievement. The best way to help the student reach his/her goal is to be organizing deep respect for quality, total attention to his personal needs and a commitment to continual improvement to get the job done.
Repetition It is important for tennis players to work on repetition, by repeating a stroke, movement or shot selection the students will create muscle memory, making the action mechanic.
Variation In order to avoid the adaptation syndrome, and to keep students interested, motivated and improving it is important to be creative and change constantly the loads, the volume and the exercises.
Periodization Roadmap to achieve the goal--- The Tennis Program is based on a simple plan that divides the overall training program into different periods so improvements are made step-by-step, month-to-month and year-to-year. You draw the map to the successful.