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Lenny Schloss and Hugo Allen Webinar- The revolutionary ball delivery system on Wednesday 26th July ...

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Lenny Schloss and Hugo Allen Webinar- The revolutionary ball delivery system on Wednesday 26th July - 8pm BST
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Your February 2017 Tennis Works Newsletter and last call for Daniel McCain's free Webinar. Articles ...

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Your February 2017 Tennis Works Newsletter and last call for Daniel McCain's free Webinar. Articles from David Mullins, Tyrell Diaz Stevens, Hugo Allen, John Cavill and Jesse Cannone. Plus of course, news of our forthcoming Webinars.
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Daniel McCain's Webinar - Functional training for tennis development on Wednesday 8th February - 8pm...

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Daniel McCain's Webinar - Functional training for tennis development on Wednesday 8th February - 8pm. PTR Members get 2 Educational Credits.
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Last call for Tim Blankert's Webinar tonight at 8pm GMT - Registration link repaired.

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Last call for Tim Blankert's Webinar tonight at 8pm GMT - Registration link repaired.
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Your November 2017 Tennis Works Newsletter and free Webinar programme. Our Webinar is tomorrow with...

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Your November 2017 Tennis Works Newsletter and free Webinar programme. Our Webinar is tomorrow with Tim Blankert of the Global Tennis Team in Mallorca at 8pm GMT on The importance of setting goals in achieving success. TWN brings you articles from Nick Brooks; Tim Blankert; Daniel McCain; Rafael Moto; John Cavill and Mario Miguel Barata Pimenta Fernandes.
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Next Webinar - Wednesday 18th January - Tim Blankert (Global Tennis Team) live from Mallorca.

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Next Webinar - Wednesday 18th January - Tim Blankert (Global Tennis Team) live from Mallorca.
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Join us for this free Webinar entitled ‘Functinal training for tennis movement’, presented by Da...

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Join us for this free Webinar entitled ‘Functinal training for tennis movement’, presented by Daniel McCain live from Virginia Beach, USA. At this event, Dan will share his thoughts of how a tennis player should approach their training, especially when it comes to movement. A player's biomechanics should be developed at the initial stages as without sound movement, the technique of the shot is severely compromised. By getting players to move with balance and use their bodies effectively, it helps with the outcome of the shot they execute thus reducing the risk of injury. The Webinar will cover the following: 1. Understanding the sequence of major strokes. 2. The importance of anticipation and first step speed. 3. The relationship between momentum and rotation. 4. The connection of dynamic balance with the sequence of shots. At the end of the presentation, Dan will hold an open session to allow attendees to ask questions. Born in 1979, Daniel McCain has tennis in his blood. His father was Director of Tennis at Saddlebrook in Tampa and Dan and his sister became College coaches. As a player he had career wins over players like James Blake, Taylor Dent and Robert Kendrick, but considers the highlight of his playing career to be winning the Boy’s 18 and Under US National Indoor title, just weeks after signing for a scholarship to play at the University of Michigan, where he graduated in Journalism and Psychology. His highest junior world ranking of 126 was achieved in 1998. As a coach, Dan has travelled and helped players on the ATP and WTA tours. He has been a Division 1 College Coach, Tennis Academy Director, and USTA Manager of Player Development. Dan is currently Director of Tennis at the Cavalier Golf and Yacht Club in Virginia Beach. He contributes to magazines and is the author of three books, the latest of which is Momentum on the ATP tour. Dan was the 2012 USTA Virginia Teaching Professional and the 2013 PTR Mid-Atlantic Pro of the Year. . Outcome, performance and process goals. The type of goals which work best. How to set and judge goals. At the end of the presentation, Tim will hold an open session to allow attendees to ask questions. Tim Blankert is 23 years old and has been playing tennis since he was 6. He studied Psychology at the University of Amsterdam, followed by a Masters degree in Sport & Performance Psychology. Whilst studying, Tim also became a Level A tennis instructor at the Dutch Tennis Federation (KNLTB). He started working at his local club and during his Masters degree did an internship at Heerhugowaard tennis club where he worked with youth players as the Sport Psychologist. His research for his Masters was on the influence of achievement goals on the effectiveness of visualization in tennis. This is soon to be published in a Psychology Journal. Tim is currently working at The Global Tennis Team Academy in Mallorca having joined Jofre Porta’s team in April 2016..
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Join us for this free Webinar entitled ‘The importance of setting goals for achieving success’, ...

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Join us for this free Webinar entitled ‘The importance of setting goals for achieving success’, presented by Tim Blankert live from Mallorca, Spain. During the presentation, Tim will get you interactively understanding the importance of goal setting and share his views, results and successes in this arena. The Webinar will cover the following: 1. Outcome, performance and process goals. 2. The type of goals which work best. 3. How to set and judge goals. At the end of the presentation, Tim will hold an open session to allow attendees to ask questions. Tim Blankert is 23 years old and has been playing tennis since he was 6. He studied Psychology at the University of Amsterdam, followed by a Masters degree in Sport & Performance Psychology. Whilst studying, Tim also became a Level A tennis instructor at the Dutch Tennis Federation (KNLTB). He started working at his local club and during his Masters degree did an internship at Heerhugowaard tennis club where he worked with youth players as the Sport Psychologist. His research for his Masters was on the influence of achievement goals on the effectiveness of visualization in tennis. This is soon to be published in a Psychology Journal. Tim is currently working at The Global Tennis Team Academy in Mallorca having joined Jofre Porta’s team in April 2016..
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Happy Christmas from Tennis Works. Have a great festive period, and thank you for your support durin...

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Happy Christmas from Tennis Works. Have a great festive period, and thank you for your support during 2016. Watch out for your holiday Tennis Works Newsletter and we look forward to a great 2017 together.
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Please note that the PTR have now approved Two (2) Continuing Education Credits for Joe Dinoffer's W...

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Please note that the PTR have now approved Two (2) Continuing Education Credits for Joe Dinoffer's Webinar tomorrow...... Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5004057016130693123
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Next Webinar - Thursday 1st December - Joe Dinoffer USPTA & PTR Master Professional on 'How...

Fri, 21/07/2017 - 18:00
Next Webinar - Thursday 1st December - Joe Dinoffer USPTA & PTR Master Professional on 'How to stay fresh as a Coach or Teaching Professional'
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Only two days to go before Joe's free online event. Remember USPTA members get 1 CEP.

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 18:00
Only two days to go before Joe's free online event. Remember USPTA members get 1 CEP.
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Your November 2016 Tennis Works Newsletter plus our next Webinar is Joe Dinoffer on Thursday 1st Dec...

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 18:00
Your November 2016 Tennis Works Newsletter plus our next Webinar is Joe Dinoffer on Thursday 1st December
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