How we implement our visions

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Moral strengths

Strengths that govern the relationship you have with others in the group.

  • Unselfish – putting others first.
  • Honest – telling the truth.
  • Respectful – Showing consideration.
  • Appreciative – Recognising the good in someone or something.
  • Humble – Distributing credit.
  • Patient – Tolerating delay or struggle.
  • Loyal – Showing allegiance.
  • Trustworthy – being reliable.
  • Trusting – open to trusting others.
  • Encouraging – giving confidence and support.
  • Socially aware – understanding signals sent and received.
  • Caring – investing in others.
  • Empathetic – sharing the feelings of others.

Performance Strengths

Strengths that govern the relationship you have with yourself.

  • Hardworking – paying the price with effort.
  • Competitive – striving to be your best.
  • Positive – good and useful thinking.
  • Focused – eliminating distractions.
  • Accountable – taking responsibility for your actions.
  • Courageous – operating out of your comfort zone.
  • Resilient -bouncing back from setbacks.
  • Confident – self-trusting.
  • Enthusiastic – expressing enjoyment.
  • Disciplined – self-regulating.
  • Motivated – having a strong purpose.
  • Creative – out-of-the-box thinking.
  • Curious – desiring to learn or understand.

Technical Skills

Technique is the tool for solving tactical situations

  • Technical abilities based on tactical desires – DNO & 5 game situations.
  • Tennis IQ level – 1, 2 or 3
    (1 = focussing on how to hit the ball only; 2 = aware of everything that happens on their side of the court; 3 = ability to divert attention to necessary cues from opponent’s side of the court).
  • UTR Grading – this is a general statement on current performance level.

Physical skills

Creating a healthy but challenging training environment for kids and young people so they can adapt to stressors presented by fitness training progressively without losing interest in strength and conditioning.

  • Maintaining or improving fundamental skills like running, balance, jumping, catching, kicking, trapping, throwing, etc.
  • Introducing body weight strength training, weight training, core training, and different recovery techniques.
  • Introducing training in 8-week blocks: focusing on endurance, strength endurance, strength, power, agility, speed, and reaction time.
  • Always combining mental and physical skills in each exercise and game.

Parental Support

  • Do they support our company’s vision.
  • Do they follow our company’s terms and conditions.

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