What Tennis Method is Better?
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Greetings All Tennisw.com Members & Guest ~
I thought it appropriate to post something that has come to my attention over the pat several weeks about the various Teaching Methods available to Experienced & Beginning Tennis Players.
As an Instructional Coach for High School Students, I'm frequently searching for new & improved methods of bringing out the very best in one's potential to fully enjoy this Sport. I approach my guidance on what each particular Student wants from the game.
Not all have aspirations of turning Pro someday, actually most are just hoping to simply learn the game for athletic & cardiovascular enjoyment and others are there because it provides a good social atmosphere.
Granted I learned the game of Tennis many years ago that some refer to as Conventional methods of playing which is still a solid foundation to build upon. And now we've ushered in newer methods that incorporate modifications of those theories and thus refer to them as the Modern Methods which you've undoubtedly seen offered in the MTM section of Tennisw.
It is my intention to acknowledge that I encourage all enthusiast to sample each & all training methods to see which fits your style the best. Not all styles work for all people however my purpose is to welcome any sound approach to Tennis any Instructor believes will ultimately improve your game.
This is why when I see a new Member proclaim themselves as a Tennis Instructor, I am very excited about this because I'm anxious for them to offer yet another perspective on how to get positive results.
I will never tell you or suggest what I offer is the way it should be done. Personally, I carefully watch my Kids and as a result have made several adjustments over the years on what makes sense to them and what needs to be eliminated or altered.
Our New Moderator Maximum Jack has demonstrated a sound knowledge of offering Tennis Tips and of course it goes without saying that our longtime friend and moderator Tennis Angel offers Mr. Wegners' style referred to as Modern Tennis Methods complete with Videos.
Recently, we've welcomed Conticreative as a new Member of the Community & the Services he offers. So it is obvious to me, if you're looking for advice regarding this game, you've come to the right place.
Thank You & Good Hitting,
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I think most players never get enough court time much less any practice time.My feelings on improvement center on being able to practice any changes you are trying to make.(NOT UNDER PRESSURE) of competition.
I was taught the old way but,I really feel Oscars way offers the best instruction i have seen so far.