The Tennis Parent's Bible : A Comprehensive Survival Guide to Becoming a World Class Tennis Parent (or Coach)

The Tennis Parent's Bible : A Comprehensive Survival Guide to Becoming a World Class Tennis Parent (or Coach)

Book Title: The Tennis Parent's Bible : A Comprehensive Survival Guide to Becoming a World Class Tennis Parent (or Coach)

Author: W. Timothy Gallwey

Format: Paperback | 246 pages

Publication Date: 06 Jan 2014

ISBN-13: 9781494208387

The Tennis Parent's Bible is a comprehensive survival guide to becoming a world class tennis parent or coach. This book opens the door to hundreds of hours of player specific instruction, while saving thousands of dollars, time and anguish. The Tennis Parent's Bible should be required reading for every inspiring player, coach and player. Tennis teaching professionals, academy directors, college coaches and/or high school coaches who have kept current with behavioral sports science will find this book an excellent reference. For tennis industry individuals who have yet to incorporate organizational or behavioral science into their teaching, this book will provide a wealth of new insights into teaching strategies. For parents of beginning recreational players to advanced tournament players, this book will prove an invaluable developmental tennis guide. For those parents currently in the trenches of junior competition this book will help you critique, re-evaluate and direct your child's tennis team. Regardless of the stage of development, The Tennis Parent's Bible will assist you, the tennis parent, in maximizing your child's tennis potential at the quickest rate. The evolutionary state of tennis demands parents be more involved and informed, due to the ever increasing demands of the game. The competition is bigger, faster and stronger. Around the globe, the competition is training more efficiently. The days of raising a talented athlete while being a passive parent are long gone. The Tennis Parent's Bible is essential reading for those interested in developing confident, self-reliant and accomplished children.