Minis – The Rest Area

Tennis Gator Kids on Court

When working with little children it is important to assign a space on the court where they can disconnect, recharge and get ready for the next class-segment. In this clip you will see how a large plastic matt is used to design this area on the court.

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Organization: An Easier way to Pick up Balls

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Balls tend to get spread over several courts, getting in the way of training partners and before you know it, there are no more balls left in the basket. It’s almost enough to drive a coach mad.

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Rest Area: Important for effective Practices

Tennis Gator Kids on Court

LEARNING TO REST by using a “break-zone” As a coach, telling kids to take a break doesn’t always lead to “cooling off” and “switching off for a few minutes”, with the ultimate aim of allowing them to recharge their batteries. In general, children never run out of energy. More often than not, they almost have to be forced to take …

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