Top 100 Tennis Games and Drills5,00 $Top 100 highlights 100 creative games selected from thousands of international favorites that are fun, innovative and easy to adapt to all levels. The tennis coaching course is divided into 3 main sections: feeding drills, hitting drills, and competitive live ball games. Length: 70 minutes plus a free bonus material!5,00 $
The Complete Guide to 10 and Under Tennis10,00 $The Complete Guide to 10 and Under Tennis is a 4-hour video streaming package in 10 parts. Part 1: Tennis & Schools - Physical education expert Dr. Bob Pangrazi discusses the relationship of tennis to schools. Part 2: Young Kids & Sports - Founder of CoachingSchool.org Gary Avischious shares a lifetime of coaching wisdom. Part 3: How Young Children Learn - British children's tennis specialist Mike Barrell lucidly explains how children learn. Part 4: Instruction & Programming - Butch Staples, Craig Jones, Anne Pankhurst and Mike Barrell reveal their secrets. Part 5: Long-Term Well-Being of Children - Mike Barrell shares key markers in the development of healthy young athletes. Part 6: Tennis Carnivals - Tony Reyes, founder of PASS in Phoenix, shares ideas on how to run a tennis carnival. Part 7: Grants - The story of Woody Wonka in Michigan illustrates how USTA grants are put to use. Part 8: Group Lessons - This section features Joe Dinoffer's DVD "9 Keys to Group Lessons." Part 9: Organizing Large Groups - This part consists of Joe Dinoffer's DVD "Fun with large Groups." Part 10: Closing - Gary Avischious shares some final coaching advice to parents and coaches.10,00 $
Explosive Tennis Training10,00 $Explosive Tennis Training guides coaches and serious players through 200 tennis-specific drills for fitness and fun. Divided into 8 categories that feature plyometrics, agility and balance, core training, reactions and reflexes, speed development and endurance: Length: 135 minutes plus bonus section with dozens of extra drills.10,00 $
Power Tennis5,00 $Power Tennis covers 8 keys to racquet head speed. These keys are ingredients needed to develop a more powerful and effective tennis game, whether you are a player or a coach! Learn about the dwell time of a ball on the strings, how to convert racquet head speed to ball speed, and much, much more. Key #1: Racquet head speed and ball speed Key #2: The hinges of the body Key #3: Ball dwell time and wristy shots Key #4: Grip tension – light is right! Key #5: Serve – swing length and power sources Key #6: The two-handed backhand – girls versus boys Key #7: Volley – why it is different Key #8: Squash shot – using the wrist on defense “For years here in the United States, tennis enthusiasts have been complaining about the lack of U.S. players at the top of the world rankings compared to many countries in Europe and South America, places with far fewer resources and smaller populations to draw from. This tennis coaching course reveals many of the secrets that have catapulted many of theses countries to the top tiers of professional tennis." Joe Dinoffer
Owner and Founder
OnCourt OffCourt, Ltd.5,00 $
Tennis MythBusters10,00 $The 13 myth-busting concepts in this instructional tennis course will challenge the way tennis has been taught for decades. After you watch these tennis videos, your belief in some of the most common phrases in tennis instruction will be changed forever. Running time: 103 minutes.
- MythBuster #1: What’s the best way to learn?
- MythBuster #2: Is the backscratch position on the serve good or bad?
- MythBuster #3: Should you snap up or down on the serve?
- MythBuster #4: Which shots are most important to practice?
- MythBuster #5: Is watching the ball hit the strings a valid instruction?
- MythBuster #6: Is “Racquet Back” still a good instruction?
- MythBuster #7: Does the follow-through direct the ball?
- MythBuster #8: Can you hit topspin by rolling over the ball?
- MythBuster #9: Should you squeeze the grip when contacting the ball?
- MythBuster #10: Does good form guarantee powerful shots?
- MythBuster #11: How much power comes from stepping in on the volley?
- MythBuster #12: Do you really want to punch your volleys?
- MythBuster #13: Is side-shuffling the best way to move on a tennis court?
Skills, Drills & Thrills12,00 $Skills, Drills and Thrills consists of 150 creative game-based tennis drills to keep practice sessions fun for recreational and advanced players alike. Players will improve quickly while being guided and challenged in a realistic play environment. Length: 90 minutes.12,00 $
World Class Junior Tennis10,00 $World class Junior Tennis begins where "Fast Lane Tennis" leaves off, sharing the tips, drills, and tactics needed to develop a highly competitive game once a strong foundation has been established. Length: 70 minutes plus bonus video "Ball Machine Drills." Volume #1: Groundstrokes Tips, Tricks, and Techniques
Volume #2: Serve, Volley, Overheads, and Specialty Shots
Volume #3: Tactics for the Modern Game
This tennis coaching course includes a bonus section with 10 rock-solid Quick Fix Tips, plus a second program with dozens of extra games and drills.10,00 $
The Big Secret to Better Tennis5,00 $This 28-minute video covers “The BIG Secret to Better Tennis.” After you watch this video, your perspective on the sport and how you focus your practice sessions – whether you are a coach, player, or parent – will never be the same again. This is your friendly warning. The statistics shared in this video are on the leading edge of competitive tennis for all playing levels. And, not to worry, this is not a sales pitch. It won’t tease you and leave you at the end wondering, “What is this BIG Secret?” All the questions and all the answers you need to know are provided. Of course, it is possible you might have some questions that we haven’t thought of. In that case, visit www.OncourtOffcourt.com. Good luck on your journey to better tennis playing and/or better tennis coaching!5,00 $
Just For Kids10,00 $Just for Kids features nearly 200 creative games and skill-builders for juniors of all ages (and even for some adults). Although filmed on a tennis court, the games are not tennis specific, making this DVD an ideal resource for all sports coaches to add more fun and focus to any junior activity. Covers 5 topics: Balance, Movement, Hand Skills, Team Building, plus Tricks and Time-Fillers. Length: 72 minutes.10,00 $
Game-Based Drills10,00 $Game-Based Drills is a re-release of the innovative 44-minute production by Human Kinetics called Tennis Practice Games. You'll find that out of the 100 action-packed game-based drills on this single DVD, very few activities duplicate material from Joe Dinoffer's other DVD projects. We have also added bonus sections of tips and drills plus our 22-minute innovative practice program called Backboards off the Wall. Produced by Joe Dinoffer. 90 minutes of action. 100 creative exercises for singles & doubles. Bonus sections: 16 one-minute clinics that were aired on The Tennis Channel and 22 minutes of innovative action-packed drills using backboards.10,00 $
Agility & Quickness Drills for Kids10,00 $Agility and Quickness is the name of the game for all sports and physical activities. This high-energy video download contains nearly 50 creative drills for young athletes of all ages and skill levels. Coaches, parents, and physical education teachers will all benefit. Not tennis specific. Length: 38 minutes.10,00 $
150 Hoop Games for Kids10,00 $150 Hoop Games for Kids is fast-paced and features 150 innovative games and skill-builders using hoops for everything you can imagine except twirling around your waist. Ideas are adaptable for both individual skill-building and for groups of children of all ages. Length: 72 minutes.10,00 $
Creative Tennis15,00 $Creative Tennis is the ultimate tennis teachers guide for group lessons and creative drills. Great for staff training or any serious coach or parent helping any level of player improve their tennis. The video course is packed with over 5 hours of action that is divided into 6 programs:
- 9 Keys to Small Groups
- Fun with Large Groups
- Footwork and Movement Drills
- Decision-Making Drills
- Game-Based Learning
- Game-Based Drills15,00 $
Z Ball Games10,00 $Z-Ball Games features 21 action-packed games and skill-building exercises for athletes in all ball sports. They can easily be adapted to challenge all ages, skill levels, and different sized groups. The varieties of possible exercises are nearly endless, but they have one common purpose: to help young and older athletes alike quickly build reflex and reaction skills while having fun, using the Z-Ball and Z-Ball Plus. (Length: 16 minutes)10,00 $
Ball Machine Drills10,00 $Ball Machine Drills features 60 minutes of drills and games to help players get the most out of their practice time with ball machines. Includes exercises for both singles and doubles play. Great for keeping groups of players active and excited. Also offers tips on improving tactical skills and concentration while drilling. For all ages and abilities. Most of the drills are adaptable for a wide range of machines, from simple portables to programmable club models.10,00 $
Fastlane Tennis10,00 $Fast Lane Tennis by Oncourt Offcourt founder Joe Dinoffer is full of hot tips on player development. Great for players, parents, and coaches. This action-packed DVD set chronicles Joe's daughter Kalindi over 2 years from ages 10-12 while she develops into a committed and competitive player. This is the first and only DVD that shows a young player's improvement over time, alongside instructional advice to speed up learning and improvement. Covers progressions for all shots, dozens of quick fixes, and entertaining segments with Henri Elkins as Bijou the tennis clown. Each of the 10 action-packed sections is 22 minutes long and were first produced as ten 30-minute shows for the Tennis Channel. The Ten Sections include: 1. Drops, Dinks and Angles: Control the Servis Boxes
2. Serving in the Fast Lane
3. Forehand Fun with the Fundamentals
4. Intermediate Forehand
5. Building the Backhand: Beginner through Intermediate
6. Playing from the Baseline
7. Intermediate Serve and Return
8. Volley in the Fast Lane
9. Looping, Lobbing and Overheads
10. Shot Combinations: Putting it all together10,00 $
Bonus Backboard Drills5,00 $What percentage of players on the pro tour practiced on backboards as youngsters? An astounding 75%. The reason? Repetition breeds control, consistency and confidence. This DVD is the first of its kind, sharing dozens and dozens of "off the wall" tips and creative exercises for backboard practice at all levels of play. it also features entertaining segments with the world's only tennis clown, Bijou. Backboards...off the Wall will inspire new players and veterans alike. The two bonus sections will get your creative juices flowing as well. Have FUN! Bonus Features: Quick Fixes from a Bag of Tricks
Portable Backboard Drills
45 Minutes of TOTAL Action
22 minutes long5,00 $
Backboards Off the Wall10,00 $What percentage of players on the pro tour practiced on backboards as youngsters? An astounding 75%. The reason? Repetition breeds control, consistency and confidence. This video is the first of its kind, sharing dozens and dozens of "off the wall" tips and creative exercises for backboard practice at all levels of play. It also features entertaining segments with the world's only tennis clown, Bijou. Backboards...off the Wall will inspire new players and veterans alike. The two bonus sections will get your creative juices flowing as well. Have FUN! Bonus Features: - Quick Fixes from a Bag of Tricks
- Portable Backboard Drills
- 45 Minutes of TOTAL Action10,00 $
200 Secrets of Great Tennis30,00 $200 Secrets to Great Tennis has been many years in the making, featuring time-tested quick fixes alongside innovative tips that are scientifically based on visual, auditory, and kinesthetic guidance systems. Many of the tips are specifically kinesthetic for players to gain a "feel" for an improved skill, while vision-based tips imprint a visual reference. This series is organized into 12 sections on 3 disks, each containing well over an hour of non-stop action.
- Section #1 Topspin Forehand
- Section #2 Topspin Two-Handed Backhand
- Section #3 Topspin One-Handed Backhand
- Section #4 Slice Backhand
- Section #5 Serve
- Section #6 Return of Serve
- Section #7 Volley
- Section #8 Overhead
- Section #9 Movement Skills
- Section #10 Practice Habits & Drills
- Section #11 Specialty Shots
- Section #12 Know Your Grips