ADULT TENNIS COACHING & CARDIO TENNIS

Chris Sanlon
Senior Development Coach
T: 07751 469765
E: chris@belfastboatclub.com

ADULT COACHING CLASSES

Adult coaching classes are run for 3 terms of the year; September - December, January - March & April - June. All classes from September to April are in the dome courts. Coaching weeks are also run during the Easter break and during July & August. Alternatively private individual lessons may be arranged at a time to suit you.

Classes are run both during the day and in the evenings and are available for all levels:

Beginner - If you have never played tennis before or have only played a few times.

Improver 1 - If you have attended at least one full adult beginners course and are looking to continue to improve your game.

Improver 2 - If you have attended the beginners and/or Improver 2 level classes or you are returning to the game.

Intermediate - If you have been playing regularly for several years and could play in club level teams.

Advanced - If you are a higher level club team player and / or regular tournament player.

Classes are open to both members and non-members and all classes are in the Dome courts in the Winter months from September - March.

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Cardio Tennis

Cardio Tennis LogoCardio Tennis is:

  • The ultimate full body, calorie burning workout
  • Tennis training for players of all abilites and fitness levels
  • A fun way of getting a full cardio workout while also working on your tennis shots

Cardio tennis classes are run for three terms during the year: September - December, January - March & April - June.
During the winter months classes are run in the Dome courts and classes are available both in the mornings and the evenings.

What does a cardio tennis classes include?

The main elements of a cardio class is a warm up, main cardio element and cool down. During the main cardio element a combination of coach fed drill based activities and play based activities are used to keep the players in their cardio zone for 40 - 50 mins.

How does a cardio class differ from a coaching class?

During a cardio class there is very little instruction on how to hit a particular shot or what tactics to use for matches etc. The emphasis is on cardio fitness and a good workout. Sometimes the coach will also provide quick tips on a particular aspect or shot if needed. A lot of the drills and games used during a cardio session are based on common patterns and movements and allow players to practice the full variety of shots.

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