Schools Tennis Coaching
Schools give most children their first experience of sport and their early experience can often determine whether they stay in the game. Tennis is fun, great for fitness and for developing hand eye co-ordination. It can be played by all ages and abilities - boys and girls can play together, so it’s ideal for mixed classes and develops valuable social and life skills. You don’t need tennis courts to play – it can be played in school halls, playgrounds or sports hall’s and a range of adapted equipment and modified or alternative versions of the game are available.
We offer professional tennis coaching and tennis training for all ages & abilities. The coaching and training sessions will help and encourage children to achieve their goals, whether it is to get fit, improve performance in a specific area including tactical, technical, physical or mental or just to help you start in the game.
Nursery & Primary schools
Mini Tennis is a great way to introduce Children into the world of Tennis, it's aimed at children aged 3-10 years. There are four stages of LTA Mini Tennis; Tots, Red, Orange and Green, each with their own court size and type of ball. This tailored approach enables players to develop vital skills and techniques at an early age.
Yellow Tennis - 11 - 16 years
Yellow Tennis is played on a full sized Tennis Court and full compressed balls are used with full sized rackets.
Tennis is often described as a life long sport which you can play. Advantage Fitness offers tennis coaching for small groups of 4-6 players, Individual Tennis Coaching is also avaiable.
Advantage Fitness offers Cardio Tennis within secondary schools, it is a fun group fitness session for all players of all ages and abilities. It's not about forehands and backhands it's about burning lots of calories and having a good time.
A Schools Tennis Competition Framework has been developed to provide simple, inclusive and progressive schools competition opportunities. There are two categories of Schools Tennis Competitions, National and Local, and there is a strong emphasis on Team Tennis across all events.
Sports Specific Training
Whatever your sport, and regardless of the level you compete at, my expertise in training methods and nutrition combine to deliver a programme that will improve your performance.
Fitness at over 50
As we age our bodies change, we find ourselves not being able to perform some of the tasks we used to in our younger days, we become less flexible, muscles become weaker and our bone density decreases.
A healthy and varied diet will help you to maintain a healthy body weight, enhance general wellbeing and reduce the risk of a number of diseases including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.
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