Our Philosophy: The learning Chain

Our Philosophy: The learning Chain

Basic Principles on Teaching:

  • From the beginning of the Teaching and Learning Process, the Coach must adapt to the qualities and skills (mental, psychological, physical, tactical, and technical) of the player, in that way we can visualize the model of the future player that we will want to train. Next, we will impart the specific content for each age of the player and then we will design training and a custom game pattern that encompasses all those skills and game characteristics of the player, at the same time, he must accept responsibility throughout the learning process.
  • All teaching must follow an “orderly process”. The tennis player must learn how to play a tennis match; first it is played with the “eyes”, then with the “mind”, then with the “legs” and finally with the “hands”.
  • We will quickly define their identity and player priorities, boosting their strengths and investing in it 80 of the total time and the remaining 20 to minimize their weaknesses.
“Our Philosophy is based on fully developing the skills of our players so that they are able to play in the most complete, modern, and effective way possible. Throughout the development stage, the player must continue to evolve and learn, prioritizing the improvement of their innate abilities.”

  • We will customize the learning and development of the content that needs to be assimilated. For this, it is essential to differentiate the sexes, levels, and ages so that they are able to assimilate and learn all the competitive aspects of this sport.
  • Within the training you have to decide very well the percentage of time that will be spent on each aspect of the game, to make our players as competitive as possible.
  • During training, each moment must follow “a clear” objective or purpose. Technical staff and coaches will need to work as a team and will have to plan the pre-training plan. Appropriate progressions should be used to more easily achieve the objectives and goals pursued. At the same time, the player must be very clear about the objective that he is currently working on and pay the utmost attention to achieving that goal.
  • All training should be carried out with the maximum concentration, focusing on fixed objectives, that is, there is no difference between training and a competitive match. In many cases, the Coach will have to put the player in difficult or extreme situations. This way when you’re competing in difficult situations, you’ll know how to overcome to find the way and the solution to keep fighting and competing for victory.
  • We know that teaching Tennis requires “time, discipline, and a lot of patience” on the part of the player and coach. The work of educator/teacher/coach is crucial as it is the one that will determine the progression of the player. The coach will help the player to master the game, using fast-efficiency methods and above all effective. At the same time the Trainers must have a very clear knowledge of the game of tennis (perception, movement and generate strength in the punch and strategy).
  • Depending on the needs of the training, both methods ranging from “easy to difficult execution” and methods ranging from “difficult to easy to execute” will be used.

Tell me, and I’ll forget it. Show me and I’ll remember. Get involved and I’ll learn it. Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC)

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