Game Based Approach (GBA) Tennis

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Game Based Approach (GBA) Tennis

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The Game Based Approach (GBA) is a methodology to coaching that is gaining popularity, worldwide, and is endorsed by the ITF. A holistic approach, using TACTICAL-TECHNICAL-PHYSICAL and MENTAL components, GBA does not focus solely on the TECHNICAL component. Instead, students experience playing the game first, then specific technique is introduced as tools to improve tactics (playing). If you're a coach and want to improve your students' game - better & faster - or a player who wants to take their game to the next level, this is the place for you.

WARNING!

This Group will challenge old school


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The Game Based Approach (GBA) is a methodology to coaching that is gaining popularity, worldwide, and is endorsed by the ITF. A holistic approach, using TACTICAL-TECHNICAL-PHYSICAL and MENTAL components, GBA does not focus solely on the TECHNICAL component. Instead, students experience playing the game first, then specific technique is introduced as tools to improve tactics (playing). If you're a coach and want to improve your students' game - better & faster - or a player who wants to take their game to the next level, this is the place for you.

WARNING!

This Group will challenge old school beliefs about coaching and playing tennis

Look for new videos soon explaining in more detail the GBA!

check out my site preditor.ca/
Youtube: youtube.com/user/canadatennis11
Blog: gbatennis.blogspot.com/
Twitter: twitter.com/GBATennis

As a Tennis Canada course facilitator for the last 7 years, I've trained hundreds of coaches to use the GBA effectively.

I'm combining my coaching experience with my new career as a video producer.

post a comment and let me know what you think!

Cheers

Neil Parker

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