Sarah Stone - Hand Feeding Masteryby Womens Tennis Coaching Association
One of the fastest ways to develop the skills your players need to develop to maximize their potential is with a series of progressions.
And the hand feed IS one of the most critical steps in these progressions. (There's a reason Serena Williams STILL works off hand fed balls).
By mastering the 13 essential hand feeds, you can help your players quickly get into a comfort zone in developing new skills, and build a foundation that allows them you to stretch that comfort zone.
In Hand Feeding Mastery, WTA Gold Coach, and former WTA player Sarah Stone reveals:
- The 13 Essential Hand Feeds... and why you should be using ALL of them as you develop your players.
- How to easily train "defense to offense"... allowing your players to quickly neutralize their opponent's ball and begin dictating.
- The fundamentals of hand feeding... and how to make sure you're giving your player the appropriate ball... every single time.
- How to seamlessly teach players to create enough space on their forehand, using the "inside out" feed.
- How the hand feed can quickly get your players "in flow".
- Exacty WHERE you should be positioned on each of the 13 feeds.
- And much, much more.
If you want to help your players quickly acquire skills with the least resistance and maximize their potential, hand feeds should be involved in just about every lesson (Serena STILL does it).
Hand Feeding Mastery will show you how.
Sarah Stone is a WTA Gold Coach, member of the Women Tennis Coaches' Association and has helped WTA players like: Stosur, Krunic, Oprandi, and Radionova reach their highest rankings.
She is known for her passion, enthusiasm, exceptional communication skills and her ability to teach simply and effectively.
As a player, she won 11 ITF Doubles championships, and made the main draw at Wimbledon and the Australian Open with her partner Sam Stosur, before her playing career was cut short due to injury.
She is now a world-renowned speaker, highly sought after coach, and a key member of the WTCA.