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All-court player lesson

This is a full lesson given by USPTA Professional Mark Bey on how to build an all-court player. The lesson includes numerous drills and tips that will help with the development of this particular game style. (Presented by Mark Bey) | 36574 Views


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Morairatennis   (2/28/11 01:24 PM)
great job
 
SikWit   (1/31/11 10:48 PM)
Good lesson. I like that he tried to touch on everything an all courter does by using drills. But I can't stand when teachers drop names. Half the time I don't know who the person is. I think that Mark makes pretty valid points and if you follow his logic it makes sense. I just hope that if I come into contact with or coach a very good player, I don't feel the need to bring them up in a normal lesson.
 
paggeot   (12/10/10 09:40 AM)
come on , really?
 
McGee1320   (10/14/10 11:32 PM)
Somethings work in the lesson, somethings don't. I like the warmup - Its good stuff. But some of the jargon he uses, time and space and the three dimensions and other terms, they seem like what they are, just jargon. Certainly not relatable to an 11-year old but I also did not get an idea that understanding these terms would add to my ability as a teacher. Also did not like the volleyballing from deeper in the court - the shot has to be the swinging volley if you are attacking a soft shot
 

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