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Championship Productions Featured Items!

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    with Renata Marcinkowska,
    World Champion Tennis Professional & Instructor

    Unforced errors are the difference between winning and losing many tennis matches. Eliminating these costly errors is crucial in the quest for greatness.

    Building on her 2004 release, The 32 Most Common Tennis Errors (& Corrections!), World Tennis Champion Renata Marcinkowska takes you through more than 10 types of shots, showing numerous common errors followed by a correction for each along with an exercises to use when fine tuning those skills.

    Marcinkowska's demonstrations make it very easy and simple to understand the mistake and correct them immediately. Swing errors include forehand, backhand, over hand, approach shots, and the serve. Also understand how a quick grip change can fix an entire error and how practicing on a clay court will improve performance quickly.

    In addition, Marcinkowska gives you tips for avoiding player burnout to keep your program in high spirits and your athletes excited to be there.

    A great video for high school and collegiate coaches, as well as tennis parents who want to help their children build championship technique.

    70 minutes. 2011.


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    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)

    Eric Wammock has taught tennis at all levels for over 25 years; we figure he is closing in on about 75,000 hours of tennis teaching! In this extraordinary DVD, you will get an exclusive 'inside lesson' from Eric on his favorite Dead Ball Drills.

    As Wammock explains, Dead Ball Drills are drills ideally suited for beginning or advanced players to reinforce important tennis fundamentals. Wammock demonstrates each drill with precision, adding in teaching points and detailed insight on the purpose of the drill, how to properly teach it and execute it, and then shows what it will look like.

    This is the best 'dead ball' drills DVD available anywhere!

    108 minutes. 2012.

    "I've known Eric Wammock for a lot of years. We worked together at Sea Pines Resort. He certainly knows the game very well. I've seen him on the court teaching ... he's even worked with my kids. Any advice Eric gives will be very helpful to anyone who wants to learn the game!"
    - Stan Smith, Hall of Fame tennis player


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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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    Dr. Allen Fox, former coach Pepperdine University men's tennis team;
    his teams reached the NCAA finals twice, the semi-finals three times, and the quarter-finals six times. He was named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Hall of Fame.

    There are many ways to hit tennis strokes and some ways are more effective than others. Dr. Allen Fox shows you the best way to hit each stroke and, most importantly, explains why these are the best ways to hit them. Other videos may ask you to accept their stroke techniques on faith, but Fox clears away the clouds and illustrates the simple, comprehensible, and physical facts behind the proper techniques. This video will answer all your most important questions on the "how" and "why" of hitting tennis strokes.

    51 minutes. 2001.


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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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    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 20 doubles drills round out Wardlaw's series and give the coach and player a series of excellent drills that will help a player learn to react to pressure situations in doubles tennis with winning results! Seven non-competitive warm-ups are included to get the players ready for the practice sessions ahead in both the singles and doubles drills.

    50 minutes. 2001.


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  • 05/31/15--22:00: The Volley & the Overhead
  • 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.


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    with John Officer,
    US Naval Academy Head Tennis Coach

    Finally! A video containing a complete daily team tennis practice plan for tennis coaches at any level! One of the most time consuming tasks every coach faces is developing a daily practice plan. All too often, tennis coaches plan only as far as the next day. Certainly a good deal of time is wasted with this approach. The Complete Team Practice Plan presents a practice plan for every day of the week, utilizing drills, tactics, fitness, and mental toughness. The plan also includes singles and doubles drills. The innovative information presented is intended for high school, college, and USTA coaches. A "must-have" video for every coach who needs a little help creating an effective practice plan today!

    54 minutes. 2003.


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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"
    and University of Southern California Assistant Coach Brett Masi

    With clarity and skill, University of Southern California Men's Tennis Coach Peter Smith explains and demonstrates the many aspects of the volley. Smith provides a thorough rundown of all of the essentials necessary to volley like a pro. He includes instruction on proper technique, swing mechanics, and footwork. In addition, Smith highlights over twenty unique and effective drills to teach and perfect the volley. Smith's success has been due in part to the implementation of these well-developed drills and tactics that you and your athletes will enjoy. With this exceptional DVD, you will be able to study the volley and learn some of the most effective techniques of the game.

    42 minutes. 2006.


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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).

    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 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 Renata Marcinkowska,
    former 2x All-American (OSU), current professional instructor

    In this video, Marcinkowska shares the 32 most common hitting and movement errors in tennis, and 32 court-tested solutions for these errors. Tennis players at every level can relate to these principles. Using player demonstration, Marcinkowska clearly identifies each "common tennis error," and then follows up with a practical remedy for each one. She covers eight areas of the game: One and two-handed backhand, forehand, movement errors, backhand volley, forehand volley, approach shots, overheads and the serve. Each area contains multiple errors and Marcinkowska's practical solutions. A great tool for all players who want to play better tennis!

    44 minutes. 2004.


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  • 05/31/15--22:00: The Forehand & the Backhand
  • 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.


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    with Allen Fox, PH.D.;
    former Pepperdine Head Men's Tennis Coach, 2x NCAA finalists; NCAA champion, Wimbledon quarterfinalist and a three-time member of the U.S. Davis Cup team

    Tennis is more difficult mentally than most other sports. Because of its one-on-one personal nature, it feels more important than it is. Competitive matches can become highly stressful, and losing is painful. Emotions tend to get out of hand, with fears and nerves becoming difficult to control. Confidence comes and goes; the scoring system is diabolical; and everyone is at risk of choking, even the greatest players in the world. This book attacks these and other issues faced by players of all levels. Dr. Allen Fox's solutions are logical and straightforward, and most importantly, they have been tested on court and they work.

    Chapters cover:

    • THE EMOTIONAL ISSUES OF COMPETITION
    • USING EMOTION TO HELP YOU WIN
    • REDUCING THE STRESS
    • GAME PLANS
    • MAINTAINING MENTAL EFFECTIVENESS IN THE HEAT OF BATTLE
    • THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DOUBLES
    and much more.

    160 pages. 2012.


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    with Chris Russell,
    University of Washington Associate Head Men's Tennis Coach

    Coach Russell presents drills for developing the skills of explosive court movements and angle coverage to improve position on the ball. His main focus is the 'big hop', a move that expands explosiveness and court coverage. The 'big hop' is a great tool when returning the second serve. It also takes time away from the server and reduces the chance of error. This technique is also presented as a valuable strategy in doubles play. On-court players demonstrate resetting offensive position on the volley. Russell also covers the specialized forehand, which allows the player time to get positioned on top of the ball. Other movement techniques covered include the 'dipper', the 'waddle', the 'sharpie' and chasing the ball. Russell also analyzes the curve of the ball on volley shots. The proper curve makes it very difficult for opponents to hit effective return shots. This is an excellent training tool for tennis players serious about taking it to the next level!

    46 minutes. 2007.


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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)

    Coaches - the time is now for your players to approach the net with confidence, to control the ball under pressure, find a way to work together as a team and set themselves apart from all other teams with their high degree of confidence and fitness!

    Luke Jensen teaches "CPP" - consistency, placement and power - through a series of eight practice drills that simulate a competitive tennis match. The drills are all team drills and can be run on multiple courts at the same time. Your team will have fun, will reinforce the basics, will learn to work together better as a team unit, and will see improvement in skill progression and fitness level. Jensen even shares his favorite drill - a drill that is run without a racquet!

    Your team will love learning and mastering all of the drills on this DVD.

    42 minutes. 2011.


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    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)

    Eric Wammock has taught tennis at all levels for over twenty five years; we figure he is closing in on about 75,000 hours of tennis teaching! In this exceptional DVD, you will get an exclusive 'inside lesson' from Eric on his favorite Live Ball Drills.

    Live Ball Drills simulate what happens in a match; therefore, these are ideally suited for the more advanced and experienced players on your team. Wammock demonstrates each drill with precision, adding teaching points and detailed insight on the purpose of each drill, how to properly teach it and execute it, and then shows what it will look like.

    This is the best 'live ball' drills DVD available anywhere!

    102 minutes. 2012.

    "I've known Eric Wammock for a lot of years. We worked together at Sea Pines Resort. He certainly knows the game very well. I've seen him on the court teaching ... he's even worked with my kids. Any advice Eric gives will be very helpful to anyone who wants to learn the game!"
    - Stan Smith, Hall of Fame tennis player

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  • 05/31/15--22:00: The Serve & Return of Serve
  • 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.


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    with Lawrence Eyre, Maharishi School (IA) Head Tennis Coach;
    USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009,
    Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher(USPTA -1991),
    16 State of Iowa Titles (4 team, 7 singles, 5 doubles), 10 runner-up (7 team, 1 singles, 2 doubles)
    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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    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)

    There are not many DVDs, in any sport, that make you smile as you watch because the coach's infectious enthusiasm bubbles out through the DVD. This is one of those rare DVDs that teaches, reinforces, enlightens and 'fills your tank up' with innovation, creativity, fun, and purpose!

    The drills on this DVD are peppered with tips and skill reinforcement for singles and doubles and are designed to encourage a competitive, match-like environment throughout your practices. The drills work on areas such as:

    • All groundstrokes
    • Many specialty strokes
    • The serve

    The beauty of this DVD is that the way it is shot. You see Jensen working out a group of players, drill by drill, and the DVD patiently endures through the entire drill without any editing or voice over - Jensen is truly a "one shot wonder." You see all the flaws and mistakes that you will see on your own courts. Through it all, Jensen patiently encourages, gives on-the-spot correction and encouragement and shares tidbits of wisdom that are part of his total package and value as a coach.

    Jensen grew up in a tennis household; was the #1 junior in the world; HS and college All-American and excelled at the pro level - and is now imparting his advice to the women's team at Syracuse and on international tennis events on ESPN.

    This DVD is worth every dollar and every minute of time you'll invest in it!

    67 minutes. 2011.


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