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Tennis Parents Wayne Bryan, Steve Johnson, Melanie Rubin from 2014 US Open

This week's podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/2014_08_25_live-from-the-us-open.out.mp3 Since I'm not yet at the 2017 US Open, I thought I would throw things back to my last trip to our Home Slam and my conversation with Tennis Parents Extraordinaire: Wayne Bryan (father of Bob & Mike, the Bryan Brothers), Steve Johnson (father of Stevie who passed

Numbers Don’t Lie with Craig O’Shannessy of Brain Game Tennis

This week's podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Craig_OShannessy.output.mp3 Coach Craig O'Shannessy knew there had to be more to developing players and analyzing matches than simply relying on the opinion of others. He looked to other sports like baseball, basketball, and soccer and found that those sports relied on a unified method of collecting data, analyzing it,

Jim Harp Discusses Coaching the Tennis Journey

This week's podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Jim_Harp.output_1.mp3 High-performance coach Jim Harp has been around a few years, more than 30 to be exact, and he knows his stuff! He makes it his mission to learn something new every day so he can better coach the junior players under his care. He works with all levels

Trent Bryde, Patrick Kypson, and TennisMentors.net

This week's podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Trent__Patrick_podcast.output.mp3 What happens when two top juniors get together to form a business while giving back to the sport they both love? TennisMentors.net! I had the opportunity to chat with Trent Bryde and Patrick Kypson the day before their week at Kalamazoo 2017 started. They took some time away from their

Tour Level Program with Mark Springett

This week's podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Mark_Springett_Podcast.output.mp3 Tennis Parents, want some help with your own mental game? This week's podcast may have just what you need! Mark J. Springett is a Certified Consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) in the U.S. and has provided Mental Skills Training to tennis players for the past

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