Developing High Performance Tennis Players: A guide for coaches, players, parents and anyone who wants to know what it takes to be the best


Developing High Performance Tennis Players: A guide for coaches, players, parents and anyone who wants to know what it takes to be the best by Independently published at SADC Network. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This book is an attempt to answer the questions that author Edgar Giffenig has pondered most of his life: What does it take to be a great tennis player and what is the most effective way to train? It is a summary of 40 years in competitive tennis as a high performance player and coach of elite athletes. Within its pages you will find a player development system that guides coaches, players and parents through the intricacies of high performance tennis training. It provides an in-depth analysis a


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This book is an attempt to answer the questions that author Edgar Giffenig has pondered most of his life: What does it take to be a great tennis player and what is the most effective way to train? It is a summary of 40 years in competitive tennis as a high performance player and coach of elite athletes. Within its pages you will find a player development system that guides coaches, players and parents through the intricacies of high performance tennis training. It provides an in-depth analysis and explanation of every important aspect of the game and presents a clear and complete roadmap for anyone interested in truly understanding what it takes to excel in this marvelous sport. The Author: Edgar Giffenig was a highly ranked junior in Mexico and played for the University of Texas where he completed an undergraduate degree in business and a graduate degree in exercise physiology. Starting as assistant coach at his alma mater, Edgar has been coaching high performance players for the last 25 years. He was a national coach for the USA, Germany and Mexico as well as a partner in two major tennis academies: Centro Mextenis in Mexico and International Tennis Academy in the USA. He has been a speaker at many national and international coaches conventions (ITF, PTR, ITA, USTA, DTB, FMT) and is a partner in TennisGate, a company specializing in player development media. Edgar currently lives in Connecticut, USA, where he teaches and coaches at The Salisbury School.

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Manufacturer:
Independently published
Category:
Racket Sports
EAN:
9781549784392
ISBN:
1549784390
Author:
Edgar Giffenig
Publisher:
Independently published
Publication Date:
2013-07-15
Binding:
Paperback
Item Size:
0.66 x 9.61 x 6.69 inches
Package Weight:
1.2 pounds
Package Size:
6.6 x 0.8 x 9.5 inches

 


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