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    with Roberto Aspillaga, University of Colorado Associate Head Coach,
    2012 Wilson/ITA Regional Assistant Coach of the Year, USPTR Certified

    Turn your tennis players into better athletes - and better tennis players!

    One of the 'rising stars' in tennis coaching, Roberto Aspillaga has put together a comprehensive speed and agility training program that will make your players stronger and quicker to the ball and produce greater flexibility.

    Aspillaga presents four drill progressions in which each successive drill builds off of the previous one to force high intensity output, while automating tennis specific movement.

    Coaches and athletes who work through this DVD are poised to notice a marked improvement in reaction time, decision-making and basic skill mastery. These drills are fun and stroke and strategy-based.

    Aspiallga also shares tips on identifying where problems and errors come in, how to recognize them and how to improve them.

    Make this your best year ever with help from this excellent tennis DVD!

    "Give your footwork an upgrade with Roberto Aspillaga"- Jose Antonio Fernandez, Former coach for Steffi Graff

    "Roberto Aspillaga is knowledgable, innovative, brilliant, and he is becoming one of the very great young coaches in the country" - Dean Brittenham, Conditioning coach for Jim Courier (1 ATP) and Abigail Spears (14 WTA doubles); Consultant for multiple NFL, MLB, MBA and NCAA teams

    "This DVD will dramatically help you improve your player's movement." - Gabe Jaramillo, Coach of eight #1 players in the world

    70 minutes. 2013.


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  • 07/17/15--22:00: Doubles Strategy & Tactics
  • with Eric Wammock;
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    Learn to outsmart your opponents with sound doubles strategy!

    Finally, a video on doubles that provides a useful, easy-to-implement series of strategies and tactics for doubles tennis. Hilton Head Tennis' Eric Wammock details the position on the court, responsibility and tactics for:

    • the server,
    • the returner,
    • the returner's partner
    • the server's partner

    He also details important considerations such as: 'Who covers the lob?', 'who covers the middle?', how to move as a team, staggered vs. un-staggered, shot selection and much more!

    Coach Wammock covers a variety of formations, a variety of shot selection choices and offers great instruction on the pro and cons of differing strategies. The comprehensiveness of Wammock's instruction make this doubles strategy/tactics video a 'can't miss/must have' for every coach!

    98 minutes. 2014.


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    with Claire Pollard, Northwestern University Women's Head Tennis Coach;
    2008 Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year, ITA National Team Indoor Champions ('08, '09);
    Big Ten Champions from 1999-2009, and 2012.
    As a player, Coach Pollard, who was both an All-American and an Academic all-American, won the1989 NCAA Doubles Championship as well as back-to-back SEC Indoor and outdoor Doubles Championships (with former NU Associate Head Coach Jackie Holden, who also appears in this video).

    How can you coach your team to become, year after year, a great team? In the Big Ten, Claire Pollard's Northwestern Wildcats have stood the test of time; in14 of the last 15 years since 1999, the Big Ten conference tournament has been won by a Claire Pollard-coached team. With unprecedented access to over three hours of practice time, Pollard presents an unfiltered, live look at what she does with her team in the early season practices.

    By watching from the courtside, you can be a part of the team meetings at midcourt and learn her favorite drills to reinforce accuracy, quick reactions and conditioning. Her brilliance as a coach is evident as she goes, court to court, player to player, sandwiching perfectly timed constructive criticism with praise.

    204 minutes (2 DVDs). 2015.


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    with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    The majority of a tennis match takes place between points and sets. If you and your athletes know how to make the most of this time, you will gain a competitive advantage over your opponents.

    This unprecedented 'All Access' DVD is an unbelievable teaching tool designed to help coaches maintain the all-important balance between specific, practical feedback and overall motivational encouragement of their players during match play.

    COACHING IN PRACTICE
    USPTA's 2009 High School Coach of the Year Lawrence Eyre takes you inside a "live" team practice and simulates how he prepares his team for a match. Using an intra-squad match, Eyres demonstrates how he practices watching and coaching his players at changeovers or at the end of sets.

    COACHING IN A LIVE MATCH
    On Disc 2, you will see Coach Eyre 'on the move' at every opportunity - from court to court - offering observations, suggestions and encouragement to all of his players during their matches. Filmed during an actual high school tennis match, this is a segment you will want to watch again and again. The coaching and the suggestions are terrific!

    Get a leg up on your competition this season by mastering your down time during the match!

    Eyre-coached teams have played for the State Team Championship 11 times in the past 24 seasons despite being the smallest school in the State of Iowa with a tennis team!

    140 minutes (2 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!


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    TND-04538A: with Eric Wammock;
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    Hilton Head tennis instructor and successful high school coach Eric Wammock takes the guesswork out of tennis strategy and tactics and equips you with a wealth of insight and knowledge for your teams. Once your tennis players begin to develop tennis skills, adding in a dose of strategic and tactical training will help them achieve even greater success.

    Coach Wammock covers court position and recovery, how to establish patterns, understanding what shots to hit (and when and why), establishing a 'game plan' and a 'points plan' as you head into a match, identifying opponents' 'type' (attacker, baseliner, etc.) and using that knowledge to adjust your game and much, much more.

    104 minutes. 2014.



    TND-04538B: with Eric Wammock;
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    Learn to outsmart your opponents with sound doubles strategy!

    Finally, a video on doubles that provides a useful, easy-to-implement series of strategies and tactics for doubles tennis. Hilton Head Tennis' Eric Wammock details the position on the court, responsibility and tactics for:

    • the server,
    • the returner,
    • the returner's partner
    • the server's partner

    He also details important considerations such as: 'Who covers the lob?', 'who covers the middle?', how to move as a team, staggered vs. un-staggered, shot selection and much more!

    Coach Wammock covers a variety of formations, a variety of shot selection choices and offers great instruction on the pro and cons of differing strategies. The comprehensiveness of Wammock's instruction make this doubles strategy/tactics video a 'can't miss/must have' for every coach!

    98 minutes. 2014.




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    with Peter Smith,
    University of Southern California Men's Tennis Coach;
    2014 NCAA Champions;
    5x NCAA Champions, including Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back (2009/2010/2011/2012) titles;
    2011 Pac-10 Coach of the Year;2011 USPTA National College "Coach of the Year"; 2010 & 2012 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) "Coach of the Year"

    You no longer have to wonder "How does USC do it every year?"

    USC Head Men's Tennis Coach Peter Smith allows you unprecedented 'all access' to his practices, drills, philosophy and more. Explore the inner-workings of Coach Smith's 20+ year, time-tested system of success and learn how you can incorporate his best drills and best ideas into your program.

    This extensive DVD set includes four hours of on-court tennis instruction including three full practices and core strength training exercises.

    Practice Breakdown:

    • Day 1 practice focuses on transition shots and volley shots. Smith stresses taking away time from your opponent. Includes some weight room exercises, warm-ups and dynamic warm-up drills.
    • Day 2 practice focuses on footwork behind the baseline, live play drills, pattern play and solid groundstrokes. Includes some fun warm-ups and competitive doubles drills as well.
    • Day 3 practice focuses on doubles - first shots, serves, returns, the first volley and the poach. All of the drills Smith shares are designed to make the USC team the best they can be. The team also takes another turn with Wendell Richards, USC Tennis Strength Training & Conditioning coach, for a series of weight room/core strength workouts.

    Watch this DVD today and you will witness, firsthand, the competitive drills, the focus, the dedication, the pushing, the strength training, the warm-ups, the fun, the frustration, the tenacity of USC tennis. It is unlike any other instructional/educational coaching experience you have ever had!

    243 minutes (3 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!


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    with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    We followed 2009 National High School Coach of the Year Lawrence Eyre through two extended practice sessions giving you unprecedented access to every conversation, drill, decision and the layout of his practices.

    In addition to live practice footage, Coach Eyre delivers 'spot on' coaching points and explanations that will enable you to take his ideas and blend them into your own style of coaching.

    Over the course of these practice sessions, Eyre focuses on strengthening five key areas in order of importance.

    • Consistency and accuracy of strokes and serves (most important)
    • Direction and placement
    • Depth
    • Spin
    • Velocity/speed/power (of least importance)

    This DVD provides a myriad of drills and coaching points to ensure that each of your players continues to improve in these areas.

    Lawrence Eyre has had great success with several generations of high school tennis players. Now you can implement the drills, techniques and coaching tactics that have led to 16 state championships!

    219 minutes (2 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!


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    TND-04147A: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    The most complicated shot in tennis deserves expert instruction and that is what you get from this DVD.

    Eric Wammock's many years as a developing player, touring player, college and high school coach and tennis club professional have reinforced to him the importance of teaching the fundamentals and the 'how to' parts of the serve first, and then, and only then, working into the 'where to' parts of taking better aim at specific targets on the court.

    You will receive instruction on the grip, the stance, body position, the release, slice or topspin, the rationale and best practices. The final segment covers the return of serve and shares the best practices for position, racquet position and footwork.

    Whether you are a coach or an aspiring player, this DVD will reinforce every aspect of creating and developing a consistent serve.

    48 minutes. 2012.



    TND-04147B: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    Because of the simplicity and seemingly unchanged nature of the basic volley over time, this fundamental stroke is often under-practiced and under-studied.

    Eric Wammock's many years as a student and teacher of the game have equipped him with the perfect balance of being able to share all the relevant information and the ability to do so in a way that is logical, purposeful and will help you build your player's game to its fullest potential.

    The forehand volley, the backhand volley and the overhead are all fully covered from grip to feet to racquet and all of the extra detail that will take your stroke to the next level!

    52 minutes. 2012.



    TND-04147C: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    The detail and the large amount of stellar, useful information included in this video is extraordinary.

    Eric Wammock's many years as a player and coach at all levels come shining through as he provides one of the better video lessons on the forehand and backhand we have ever seen.

    The basics - such as grip, stance, follow through and point of contact - are all covered. There is a section on shot evaluation, a series of advanced-level shot making, a series of errors and how to correct them and all the while, Coach Wammock's well-presented 'why' for every 'how'.

    Learning correct forehand and backhand is essential. This DVD will take your player's understanding of correct form and technique to the next level!

    57 minutes. 2012.



    TND-04147D: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    In this excellent DVD, Wammock shares how your body position, or your position on the court, can create a need for specialty shots. All strokes and shots in tennis are variations of the four major strokes - the volley, the forehand, the backhand and serve. Wammock explores all of the most used (and most useful!) specialty shots, and shows how to practice them and when to use them for maximum advantage.

    The Approach Shot and the Put Away Shot are taught in detail for both the forehand and backhand. Also covered are the Lob, the Buggy Whip, the Dropshot, and Angle Volley, a Stab Volley, Slices, a Half Volley, Running Down a Lob and a fun one - the 'Tweener.'

    You will be a better teacher and your players will all benefit from this great instruction.

    60 minutes. 2012.




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    TND-03849A: with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    We followed 2009 National High School Coach of the Year Lawrence Eyre through two extended practice sessions giving you unprecedented access to every conversation, drill, decision and the layout of his practices.

    In addition to live practice footage, Coach Eyre delivers 'spot on' coaching points and explanations that will enable you to take his ideas and blend them into your own style of coaching.

    Over the course of these practice sessions, Eyre focuses on strengthening five key areas in order of importance.

    • Consistency and accuracy of strokes and serves (most important)
    • Direction and placement
    • Depth
    • Spin
    • Velocity/speed/power (of least importance)

    This DVD provides a myriad of drills and coaching points to ensure that each of your players continues to improve in these areas.

    Lawrence Eyre has had great success with several generations of high school tennis players. Now you can implement the drills, techniques and coaching tactics that have led to 16 state championships!

    219 minutes (2 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!



    TND-03849B: with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    The majority of a tennis match takes place between points and sets. If you and your athletes know how to make the most of this time, you will gain a competitive advantage over your opponents.

    This unprecedented 'All Access' DVD is an unbelievable teaching tool designed to help coaches maintain the all-important balance between specific, practical feedback and overall motivational encouragement of their players during match play.

    COACHING IN PRACTICE
    USPTA's 2009 High School Coach of the Year Lawrence Eyre takes you inside a "live" team practice and simulates how he prepares his team for a match. Using an intra-squad match, Eyres demonstrates how he practices watching and coaching his players at changeovers or at the end of sets.

    COACHING IN A LIVE MATCH
    On Disc 2, you will see Coach Eyre 'on the move' at every opportunity - from court to court - offering observations, suggestions and encouragement to all of his players during their matches. Filmed during an actual high school tennis match, this is a segment you will want to watch again and again. The coaching and the suggestions are terrific!

    Get a leg up on your competition this season by mastering your down time during the match!

    Eyre-coached teams have played for the State Team Championship 11 times in the past 24 seasons despite being the smallest school in the State of Iowa with a tennis team!

    140 minutes (2 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!



    TND-03849C: with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    Lawrence Eyre has taught and coached 15,000 tennis players over an impressive career that spans several decades of changing equipment, ideas and facilities. As a result, Eyre knows the challenge of putting together a tennis-specific strength, conditioning and quickness training program that works in the off-season, pre-season and in-season.

    This DVD contains a collection of games and drills that can be applied to a wide variety of court conditions, team sizes and talent levels.

    From the warm-up to the cool down and everything in between, Eyre shares all of the games, exercises and drills that he uses, with consistent success, to improve his players' fitness levels, prevent the occurrence of repetitive, overuse injuries and keep practices fun and competitive.

    You will appreciate Eyre's coaching points throughout the DVD - perfectly timed to eliminate any confusion in how to organize a game or drill and/or why this drill is done, as well as insights on team building, hydration, rest and more.

    This excellent tennis DVD also includes a resourceful 'Rube Goldberg Machine' of eight training stations, all operating simultaneously on one court. It includes reaction drills, weight training, running and plyometrics, plus, tennis-specific drills on court - both with and without tennis rackets. Your team will love it!

    Eyre-coached teams have played for the State Team Championship 11 times in the past 24 seasons despite being the smallest school in the State of Iowa with a tennis team!

    90 minutes. 2011.




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    TND-04774A: with Claire Pollard, Northwestern University Women's Head Tennis Coach;
    2008 Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year, ITA National Team Indoor Champions ('08, '09);
    Big Ten Champions from 1999-2009, and 2012.
    As a player, Coach Pollard, who was both an All-American and an Academic all-American, won the1989 NCAA Doubles Championship as well as back-to-back SEC Indoor and outdoor Doubles Championships (with former NU Associate Head Coach Jackie Holden, who also appears in this video).

    How can you coach your team to become, year after year, a great team? In the Big Ten, Claire Pollard's Northwestern Wildcats have stood the test of time; in14 of the last 15 years since 1999, the Big Ten conference tournament has been won by a Claire Pollard-coached team. With unprecedented access to over three hours of practice time, Pollard presents an unfiltered, live look at what she does with her team in the early season practices.

    By watching from the courtside, you can be a part of the team meetings at midcourt and learn her favorite drills to reinforce accuracy, quick reactions and conditioning. Her brilliance as a coach is evident as she goes, court to court, player to player, sandwiching perfectly timed constructive criticism with praise.

    204 minutes (2 DVDs). 2015.



    TND-04774B: with Claire Pollard, Northwestern University Women's Head Tennis Coach;
    2008 Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year, ITA National Team Indoor Champions ('08, '09);
    Big Ten Champions from 1999-2009, and 2012.
    As a player, Coach Pollard, who was both an All-American and an Academic all-American, won the1989 NCAA Doubles Championship as well as back-to-back SEC Indoor and outdoor Doubles Championships (with former NU Associate Head Coach Jackie Holden, who also appears in this video).

    In this video, you get a courtside seat to take in Claire Pollard's 'Open Practice' dedicated to team doubles shot-making skills and tactics. Salient advice and spot -on coaching provide an unprecedented view inside the coaching mind of one of the most decorated college coaches in the women's game today!

    105 minutes. 2015.



    TND-04774C: with Claire Pollard, Northwestern University Women's Head Tennis Coach;
    2008 Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year, ITA National Team Indoor Champions ('08, '09);
    Big Ten Champions from 1999-2009, and 2012.
    As a player, Coach Pollard, who was both an All-American and an Academic all-American, won the1989 NCAA Doubles Championship as well as back-to-back SEC Indoor and outdoor Doubles Championships (with former NU Associate Head Coach Jackie Holden, who also appears in this video).

    Taking a practice day and dedicating it to individual instruction is hard work for the coach, but it's incredibly rewarding for the players on your team. It also helps break up a week of team practices and allows the players to take a step back and re-focus on the fundamentals.

    By using one-on-one or two-on-one sessions with your players, you have extra time to focus in on fixing grips, improving stroke biomechanics and sharing valuable observations up close, reinforcing your teaching points using iPad video.

    149 minutes. 2015.




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    with John Officer,
    US Naval Academy Head Tennis Coach

    This video breaks down the game of tennis into five areas. The categories include defense, rally, dictate, transition, and finishing zone. The DVD explores the correct percentage play from each area. Additionally, the serve, return, passing shots, and counter-attacking shots are included as separate areas bringing the total to nine. There is a tendency for teaching professionals to teach how to stroke the ball but not where to place it. It is crucial that players understand how to set up a point, counter-attack, as well as how to finish.

    44 minutes. 2004.


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    with Bill Mountford,
    Senior Vice President of World TeamTennis;
    former USTA National Tennis Center Director of Tennis (NTC) and US Open Director of Player Operations,
    Founder of the HEAD Junior Tennis Academy (NJ)

    Internationally-known for his teaching instruction and uncanny ability to successfully "troubleshoot" tennis players and coaches of all levels and ages on virtually every subject, Mountford has created one of the most useful doubles tennis "clinics on video" every created! On court demonstrations are used to allow aspiring tennis players to see, and then visualize, proper form and technique. Mountford teaches when it is appropriate to use alternative positioning for the server including the "kamikaze", "I-formation", and "server back". He also talks about when to use the "two back" when returning the serve. Mountford demonstrates the effectiveness of hitting deep on the opponent's court, in addition to knowing when to use shots such as the "dump volley" and the "block shot". He also teaches helpful group drills that include the "double hit volley", "service line quick volleys" and the "rotating volley". Not only does Mountford teach proper technique, but he also gives advice on becoming a positive teammate. By following Mountford's time-tested instruction, you will be on your way to becoming a "Champion" doubles tennis player.

    55 minutes. 2005.


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    with Bruce Gullikson,
    Tennis Professional (98th Street Athletic Club)
    and featuring Steve Paulsen,
    Edina (MN) HS Girls Tennis Coach & coach of 13 MN State Team titles (9 in a row through '06)

    Through the start of the 2006 season, Coach Paulsen has coached the Edina girls' tennis team to victory in over 160 matches in a row as well as nine straight State Championships. This DVD is filled with more than 10 drills and games that Paulsen uses everyday in practice that has helped build Edina girls tennis into a tennis powerhouse. Paulsen begins with doubles drills. In these drills a lot of emphasis is placed on the first three hits, which is generally when the point is won. The drills in this section work on serve, volley, movement and consistency. In singles drills, the groundstrokes are the focus. Again, these drills work on consistency and movement. The DVD concludes with a number of games that stress fundamentals, but are done in a fun atmosphere. All these drills and games allow the players to hit a large amount of balls in a short amount of time while getting a quality workout. Interspersed between the drill segment is a Q & A session that reveal Paulsen's philosophies towards building a championship program.

    42 minutes. 2007.


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    featuring Brian Boland, University of Virginia Head Coach;
    2015 & 2013 NCAA Men's National Champions;
    Back-to-back (2011 & 2012) NCAA Team Championship Runner-up, 2008 ITA 'National Coach of the Year', 6x consecutive ACC 'Coach of the Year'/ACC Conference Championship

    Virginia Men's Tennis and Brian Boland both personify excellence, consistency and sound fundamental play.

    In this DVD, Coach Boland allows unprecedented "all access" to the first dual match of the season; setting the stage for a season of self-improvement, steady growth and team-building unity.

    Boland provides insight into pre-match warm-ups, candid assessments of each player and their play, offers steady encouragement and purposeful, constructive criticism and then shares with you, the coach, what he is doing, why and where the opportunities for learning for your team can be found.

    Boland shares his strategy of training and playing on clay courts in the early season. Clay surfaces reinforce sound footwork and provides other competitive advantages that cannot be found on hard surfaces.

    Watch this DVD today and you will witness, firsthand, the focus, the dedication, the pushing, the fun, the frustration, and the tenacity of a Championship-caliber Virginia tennis team early on in the season. The net result for this team was finishing the year (second year in a row) as the NCAA Team Champion Runner-up!

    43 minutes. 2012.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!


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    Paul Wardlaw,
    Brown University Head Women's Tennis Coach;
    3 NCAA Championships at Kenyon College, Division III, Wilson/ITA Coach of the Decade award winner, NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the University of Iowa

    Over 35 singles drills to give the coach or athlete tactical challenges where the game teaches the game by putting players into situations where they must problem-solve and make decisions, ultimately figuring out how to get the job done given the parameters of the drill. Covers all aspects of singles play, including: serves and returns, point building, directionals, spin, and pressure and recovery.

    60 minutes. 2001.


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    with Luke Jensen,
    Syracuse Women's Tennis Head Coach,
    ESPN tennis analyst,
    10 ATP Tour doubles titles (includes the '93 French Open doubles title),
    University of Southern California (All-American).
    In 1984 - was the #1-ranked junior singles/doubles player (in the world)

    Volleys, fakes, approaches, slices, overhead and recover, cross court interceptions/volleys/returns, reaction drills, footwork, and more - all are in store for you in this insightful, engaging doubles-orientated DVD. Jensen uses a series of action-orientated drills to keep his players on the move and gaining in skill, teamwork, fitness level and confidence.

    Jensen is a natural teacher and coach and narrates the entire one hour+ DVD with insights, strategies, advice, reinforcement of posture/skills/footwork and more. Jensen shares his favorite doubles drill - "Net Battle - The Ultimate Reflex Double Volley Game" - you will love it. He also demonstrates "the best drill of the entire DVD series" - "How to Beat the Moonballer."

    75 minutes. 2011.


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    Work on speed and positioning with these hand-fed drills from former World No. 1 doubles champion and USPTA Professional Emilio Sanchez Vicario.

    Taught at the famed Sanchez-Casal Academy, these exercises allow you to work on your forehand and backhand groundstrokes both offensively and defensively. There are three main drills, all of which can be broken down into smaller exercises ranging in difficulty, that combine to form one intense exercise that will improve your tennis game. Great for up-close-and-personal training, these scalable drills are an excellent way to stay fit and healthy while on the court. They improve your balance, control, footwork and stamina, which is great if you want to go that extra step further than your opponent.

    In this DVD you will learn:

    • the V back and forth drill
    • the one back - one forward drill
    • the run around side-to-side drill
    • the complete exercise: one intense workout combining all of the above drills
    Bonus Features:
    See and learn how to teach and perform the featured drills in more detail by watching the following bonus video - Hand-fed Exercises seminar.

    75 minutes. 2009.


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    with Al Wermer,
    University of Toledo Men's Tennis Coach

    This is the most innovative doubles drills DVD on the market! Al Wermer presents 35 unique drills to help your athletes learn how to "make things happen" on the doubles court. These drills present ideas for all levels of players that will develop fearlessness, focus, and winning doubles. Coach Wermer uses these 35 drills to teach team movement and shot selection, progressing through his three building blocks of doubles: diagonal patterns, partner support, and controlling the net. These drills are taught in an easy-to-follow progression and are thoroughly demonstrated. Some of the drills presented include: serving and returning at targets, net-man scramble, read and close, poach at targets, volley-volley drills, and many team movement drills. Coach Wermer presents formations, strategies, movement patterns, shot decisions, partner set-up, holding and breaking serve, and communication during and between points. Included are many live-ball drills for more advanced players and many cooperative and competitive games for all levels of doubles play. Short segments, called "Coach Al's Slice" illustrate some of Wermer's most unique insights that can help your players elevate their doubles games. Coach Wermer's drills are a useful resource that you can quickly incorporate for an immediate, positive impact on your players!

    62 minutes. 2006.


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  • 11/23/15--22:00: The 'New Tennis Coach' Pack
  • TND-03849A: with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    We followed 2009 National High School Coach of the Year Lawrence Eyre through two extended practice sessions giving you unprecedented access to every conversation, drill, decision and the layout of his practices.

    In addition to live practice footage, Coach Eyre delivers 'spot on' coaching points and explanations that will enable you to take his ideas and blend them into your own style of coaching.

    Over the course of these practice sessions, Eyre focuses on strengthening five key areas in order of importance.

    • Consistency and accuracy of strokes and serves (most important)
    • Direction and placement
    • Depth
    • Spin
    • Velocity/speed/power (of least importance)

    This DVD provides a myriad of drills and coaching points to ensure that each of your players continues to improve in these areas.

    Lawrence Eyre has had great success with several generations of high school tennis players. Now you can implement the drills, techniques and coaching tactics that have led to 16 state championships!

    219 minutes (2 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!



    TND-03849B: with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    The majority of a tennis match takes place between points and sets. If you and your athletes know how to make the most of this time, you will gain a competitive advantage over your opponents.

    This unprecedented 'All Access' DVD is an unbelievable teaching tool designed to help coaches maintain the all-important balance between specific, practical feedback and overall motivational encouragement of their players during match play.

    COACHING IN PRACTICE
    USPTA's 2009 High School Coach of the Year Lawrence Eyre takes you inside a "live" team practice and simulates how he prepares his team for a match. Using an intra-squad match, Eyres demonstrates how he practices watching and coaching his players at changeovers or at the end of sets.

    COACHING IN A LIVE MATCH
    On Disc 2, you will see Coach Eyre 'on the move' at every opportunity - from court to court - offering observations, suggestions and encouragement to all of his players during their matches. Filmed during an actual high school tennis match, this is a segment you will want to watch again and again. The coaching and the suggestions are terrific!

    Get a leg up on your competition this season by mastering your down time during the match!

    Eyre-coached teams have played for the State Team Championship 11 times in the past 24 seasons despite being the smallest school in the State of Iowa with a tennis team!

    140 minutes (2 DVDs). 2011.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!



    TND-03849C: with Lawrence Eyre, Knox College Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach;
    former Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    2009 USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher (USPTA -1991),
    17 State of Iowa Titles in singles, doubles and team competition and 10 runner-up finishes;
    2000 Iowa Tennis Association Coach of the Year;
    featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"

    Lawrence Eyre has taught and coached 15,000 tennis players over an impressive career that spans several decades of changing equipment, ideas and facilities. As a result, Eyre knows the challenge of putting together a tennis-specific strength, conditioning and quickness training program that works in the off-season, pre-season and in-season.

    This DVD contains a collection of games and drills that can be applied to a wide variety of court conditions, team sizes and talent levels.

    From the warm-up to the cool down and everything in between, Eyre shares all of the games, exercises and drills that he uses, with consistent success, to improve his players' fitness levels, prevent the occurrence of repetitive, overuse injuries and keep practices fun and competitive.

    You will appreciate Eyre's coaching points throughout the DVD - perfectly timed to eliminate any confusion in how to organize a game or drill and/or why this drill is done, as well as insights on team building, hydration, rest and more.

    This excellent tennis DVD also includes a resourceful 'Rube Goldberg Machine' of eight training stations, all operating simultaneously on one court. It includes reaction drills, weight training, running and plyometrics, plus, tennis-specific drills on court - both with and without tennis rackets. Your team will love it!

    Eyre-coached teams have played for the State Team Championship 11 times in the past 24 seasons despite being the smallest school in the State of Iowa with a tennis team!

    90 minutes. 2011.



    TND-04147A: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    The most complicated shot in tennis deserves expert instruction and that is what you get from this DVD.

    Eric Wammock's many years as a developing player, touring player, college and high school coach and tennis club professional have reinforced to him the importance of teaching the fundamentals and the 'how to' parts of the serve first, and then, and only then, working into the 'where to' parts of taking better aim at specific targets on the court.

    You will receive instruction on the grip, the stance, body position, the release, slice or topspin, the rationale and best practices. The final segment covers the return of serve and shares the best practices for position, racquet position and footwork.

    Whether you are a coach or an aspiring player, this DVD will reinforce every aspect of creating and developing a consistent serve.

    48 minutes. 2012.



    TND-04147B: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    Because of the simplicity and seemingly unchanged nature of the basic volley over time, this fundamental stroke is often under-practiced and under-studied.

    Eric Wammock's many years as a student and teacher of the game have equipped him with the perfect balance of being able to share all the relevant information and the ability to do so in a way that is logical, purposeful and will help you build your player's game to its fullest potential.

    The forehand volley, the backhand volley and the overhead are all fully covered from grip to feet to racquet and all of the extra detail that will take your stroke to the next level!

    52 minutes. 2012.



    TND-04147C: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    The detail and the large amount of stellar, useful information included in this video is extraordinary.

    Eric Wammock's many years as a player and coach at all levels come shining through as he provides one of the better video lessons on the forehand and backhand we have ever seen.

    The basics - such as grip, stance, follow through and point of contact - are all covered. There is a section on shot evaluation, a series of advanced-level shot making, a series of errors and how to correct them and all the while, Coach Wammock's well-presented 'why' for every 'how'.

    Learning correct forehand and backhand is essential. This DVD will take your player's understanding of correct form and technique to the next level!

    57 minutes. 2012.



    TND-04147D: with Eric Wammock,
    Owner, Hilton Head Island Tennis and Director of Tennis for the Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort (Named 2012 'Top 5 Tennis Resort in the Carolinas' by Tennis Magazine), Hilton Head Christian Academy Tennis Coach (State Runner-up '12, State Semifinals '13), collegiate All-American, former ITF Professional, at age 21 was the youngest D-I college head coach ever (VCU), and the USPTA South Carolina Pro of the Year ('97)

    In this excellent DVD, Wammock shares how your body position, or your position on the court, can create a need for specialty shots. All strokes and shots in tennis are variations of the four major strokes - the volley, the forehand, the backhand and serve. Wammock explores all of the most used (and most useful!) specialty shots, and shows how to practice them and when to use them for maximum advantage.

    The Approach Shot and the Put Away Shot are taught in detail for both the forehand and backhand. Also covered are the Lob, the Buggy Whip, the Dropshot, and Angle Volley, a Stab Volley, Slices, a Half Volley, Running Down a Lob and a fun one - the 'Tweener.'

    You will be a better teacher and your players will all benefit from this great instruction.

    60 minutes. 2012.




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    with Bruce Gullikson,
    USPTA Elite Professional; President, USPTA Northern Division;
    High Performance Certified;
    Head Tennis Professional at Lifetime 98th St Club

    Have you ever wondered how you could use some of the equipment you have lying around to train your athletes?

    Bruce Gullikson, Head Tennis Professional at Lifetime 98th St Club and USPTA Elite Professional, delivers a video packed with innovative ways to use objects like ball hoppers, towels, balance discs, cones, jump ropes and cell phones to improve the ability of your players. You'll also get tips and tricks for hitting specific shots, including ground strokes, volleys, drop shots and more.

    Utilizing Equipment

    Coach Gullikson has his players demonstrate how to use common objects to enhance their skills. For example, you'll learn how to use a ball hopper to train athletes to keep their weight on their back leg during a serve. After a few reps, your athletes will be able to move on to hitting a regular serve while applying the techniques they just learned.

    Using cones can be another fun and effective training method. Your players will learn how to use cones as a visual aid to build hand-eye coordination and to properly orient their racquets to the ball.

    Balance disks are perfect for getting players into an athletic position and encouraging a smooth swing. As your athletes stand on balance disks, they'll improve their leg strength, core strength, ground strokes and serving ability. Other objects that Coach Gullikson uses to teach his athletes include jump ropes, towels and cell phones.

    Tips and Tricks

    You'll learn Coach Gullikson's advice for mental toughness, balance and various types of shots as he breaks down drills and offers suggestions for his players in a live setting.

    It's essential to be relaxed and use a "catch and release" method on ground strokes, according to Coach Gullikson. In the "Rule of One Bounce" section, you'll hear him explain why players should have their serves get to the back wall or fence in one bounce to make returning the ball tougher for the opponent. More tips, tricks and drills are included that cover backhand slices, volleys, overheads, drop shots and using the continental grip.

    This video contains training methods that are effective for coaches of all levels. This season, keep your players engaged in practice with Coach Gullikson's innovative tips and drills.

    54 minutes. 2015.


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