Tennis Camp

Do It Right Sports  Jr. Tennis Day Camp

We have 4 camps for a total of 30 players available this summer. Tennis Camp is the best way to infuse muscle memory into your strokes. Break threshold boundaries that usually limits players and to study ones own game. In this camp we will be working on our winning tennis game tactics and strategies  and learn how perfect the winning strokes to use those tactics and strategies. The price for this camp is valued at $730.00 your cost this year only $384.00 that is a savings of $346.00 off our cost  for theses services.

Place:

1425 Holt Rd. Cary, NC 27519

TIME:

8:00 am – 12:00 pm

DATES:

Jul 30 – Aug 4

Aug 7 – Aug 11

Aug 14 – Aug 18

Aug 21 – Aug 25

  • 16 Hours of Tennis Fun! Come the full week and get an extra 4 hours on Friday the same week.
  • Full Analytics of your game! Before and after snap shots!
  • Most Improvement in 1 week!
  • They will also work on all the strokes the other camps work on but with emphasis on winning strokes!
  • They will improve their tactics and their strategies.

Many camps improve your game. This camp is a small one, but a camp that will make a great difference. We will improve your game but we will also document your game so that you can reference it over time and remember the lessons taught or learned. You can take your application for college scholarships to a new level used in other sports for years. You will get a Certified USPTA Pro who has also played on the Open tour in California. Your player will also hit more balls in this one week than they get to hit in a month. This half day camp is the same amount of time College players put in on the court during college. Your player will get to play against the only player who has never been beaten at the 7.00 International Professional level. So Sign up for a camp where your players will be challenged to improve their game.

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Cary Tennis Instruction

Cary Tennis Instruction Resume

Robert Allen Gibson

1425 Holt Rd.
Cary, NC 27519

(919) 522 – 9463
Allen@DoItRightSports.com
http://www.DoItRightSports.com

SUMMARY: A professional tennis instructor with a knowledge of the business of tennis. Knows and follows the Standard Development cycles of children. Developed and managed training schedules for kids 3 years and up. A professional understanding caring individual with patients and love for the development of children & adults. Has excellent customer relation skills and always leaves a customer satisfied with his work and abilities.

TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS

Familiar with the physical and mental development of children and adults. Able to calm and set at ease children so that they feel comfortable learning and pursuing new talents. Teaches Preparation, Concentration, Timing, and Visualization. Assists students with not only learning principles but helps them obtain the skills required to implement sound principles to achieve goals. Skillful at using all resources available to accomplish goals. Teaches students to use all their senses.

  • Hardware: Tennis courts, Backboards, Head Racquets, Jump ropes, Computers, Video Analysis with DartFish, Cameras, Boomer, Ball machines
  • Languages: English, Italian, French
  • Environments:  Hard Courts, Grass Courts, Clay Courts, Indoor Courts, Racquetball Courts, High School, College, Windy, Hot, Cold, Muggy, Sunny, Dark, Dry, Noisy, Wilderness

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 2006- Present Tennis Coach for City Of Raleigh Lake Lynn Tennis Programs, Raleigh, NC

Ran tennis instruction programs for the City working with about 350 Students a year. Providing the most advanced equipment availible for tennis instruction (Boomer, Radar Gun, Video equipment, computer analysis, extra nets). Help Tennis Students organize a community service project every year. Created and designed the most advanced tennis court in North Carolina.

  • 1991 – 2005 Private Lessons, Cary, NC

Taught hundreds of students the principles of good tennis, exercise, good eating habits, study time, finances, fun, and sleep.

  • 1975 – 1991 Tennis Lessons in San Jose, Calif.
  • Coached High School teams 4 years.
  • Coached College Tennis 2 years.
  • Coached at 5 clubs
  • Taught lessons in Italian in Italy 1 summer.

Education:

  • Capella University, Major: Computer Science, Minor: Project Management
  • San Jose State University: Major: Administration of Justice (2 1/2 years), Minor: Business Law
  • Evergreen Valley College: Major: AA degree Administration of Justice (2 years)
  • Additional Courses in:
    • Teachers development, Library management, Human Relations
    • Project management, Accounting, CPR
    • First Aid, All sports,  USPTA Certified
    • USTA life time member, Cardio Site Crt., Dartfish Trained
    • Boomer Certified Operator, Heat Stress Training

Tennis Coach

    Welcome to Do It Right Tennis.  Do It Right Tennis is an organization which delivers to Tennis Players, their sponsors, coaches and Pros, Tennis Analytics.  Which build and strengthen an individual in a life time sport through a personal tennis Coach,  personal interface, advance robotics and a digital delivery system. In short you learn life skill at a faster rate using a life-time sport Tennis. Nishant Munjal just became the 14th person to hit Robert Allen Gibson 5 times in a row from the baseline since 2006. Lighting strikes twice in the same month Nathan DeMaayer just became the 15th person to hit Robert Allen Gibson 5 times in a row from the baseline since 2006. During tennis lessons at the very start of class I give my students the chance to hit me with 5 strokes. For some of the more advance players what would be the purpose of this tennis instruction? In my Raleigh Tennis Lessons I tell my students that there are consequences for every thing they do or don’t do. In my tennis Instruction for Apex I tell the players I coach that it allows me to see just where they are at in perfecting their strokes. To my advance Adult player I coach in Morrisville I told him that it is a test to see how ready he is to win the very first point, a Golden set or how well he understands what he has to do  to win his matches.  Keshav is the number 16 player to hit me all 5 shots. It looks like this is the year to hit Coach Robert. These people are in a position that they can hit their strokes the very fist time of the day or they are ready to win the first point of a game, first set of the match.

    We also build Champions by making sure players understand the nutritional needs and balance needed within the body to recover quickly through proper hydration and use of nutritional supplements. As with all things; Preparation, Concentration, Timing and Visualization are necessary to build a nutritionally strong body. Eating your heavy carbs and protein the night before your performance, drinking the right amount of water daily, having a good breakfast, all timed properly will allow the body to perform at it’s best. Do It Right Sports unpaid endorsement for the products is on this post, if you care to read it and see the statistics around Robert Gibson’s  use of the Advocare nutritionals.

    Are you ready to add a professional hitting partner and a statistician to your team?  We have the first advanced tennis analytics center in Cary and Raleigh, North Carolina, using Boomer – the Advanced Tennis Robot.  Tennis students from Cary, Morrisville and Raleigh Working with our center incorporate tennis analytics in their training program. They have added a Statistician to their team that tracks their ability to read the ball and not the player. They are learning to take the analytics off the court and re-enforcing their pictures of the game and see the tactics they are using to win points. It is easier to set goals and track progress. We make working with different pros better, easier and more cost effective.

    Take your organization to the top in the tennis industry at a fraction of the cost. Working with Do It Right Tennis, we can turn your facility into a tennis analytics center. Boomer can play with you at whatever level you are– beginner to pro.  He will rate your shots, measure your speed, serve, and act as a common ball machine if that is what you want. He will tell you where you need to improve, and plot your progress over time. He can train you or work with your tennis trainer remotely.  Schedule your appointment today.  Why use a Ball Machine?

    We are located at the Lake Lynn Tennis Courts off Ray Road in Raleigh. We offer a USPTA certified tennis coach for private or group tennis lessons, sports training, and Boomer analysis with optional video analysis.

    We want to build your game to win at all levels through your life time career in tennis as a social player or a competitive Middle School team player, High School team player, College player, State | Regional | National Level player and even Professional.  It would be an honor to represent Raleigh/Morrisville/Cary areas as your coach/tennis instructor/tennis friend. Are you ready to get started.

    Welcome to a lifetime of tennis education.

    See how the tennis pros do it right!

    We do Dartfish Video training.

    Men’s Ranking      Women’s Ranking

    USTA Junior Rankings

    Tennis Instructor

      Welcome to Do It Right Tennis.  Do It Right Tennis is an organization which delivers to Tennis Players, their sponsors, coaches and Pros, Tennis Analytics.  Which build and strengthen an individual in a life time sport through a personal tennis Instructor,  personal interface, advance robotics and a digital delivery system. In short you learn life skill at a faster rate using a life-time sport Tennis. Nishant Munjal just became the 14th person to hit Robert Allen Gibson 5 times in a row from the baseline since 2006. Lighting strikes twice in the same month Nathan DeMaayer just became the 15th person to hit Robert Allen Gibson 5 times in a row from the baseline since 2006. During tennis lessons at the very start of class I give my students the chance to hit me with 5 strokes. For some of the more advance players what would be the purpose of this tennis instruction? In my Raleigh Tennis Lessons I tell my students that there are consequences for every thing they do or don’t do. In my tennis Instruction for Apex I tell the players I coach that it allows me to see just where they are at in perfecting their strokes. To my advance Adult player I coach in Morrisville I told him that it is a test to see how ready he is to win the very first point, a Golden set or how well he understands what he has to do  to win his matches.  Keshav is the number 16 player to hit me all 5 shots. It looks like this is the year to hit Coach Robert. These people are in a position that they can hit their strokes the very fist time of the day or they are ready to win the first point of a game, first set of the match.

      We also build Champions by making sure players understand the nutritional needs and balance needed within the body to recover quickly through proper hydration and use of nutritional supplements. As with all things; Preparation, Concentration, Timing and Visualization are necessary to build a nutritionally strong body. Eating your heavy carbs and protein the night before your performance, drinking the right amount of water daily, having a good breakfast, all timed properly will allow the body to perform at it’s best. Do It Right Sports unpaid endorsement for the products is on this post, if you care to read it and see the statistics around Robert Gibson’s  use of the Advocare nutritionals.

      Are you ready to add a professional hitting partner and a statistician to your team?  We have the first advanced tennis analytics center in Cary and Raleigh, North Carolina, using Boomer – the Advanced Tennis Robot.  Tennis students from Cary, Morrisville and Raleigh Working with our center incorporate tennis analytics in their training program. They have added a Statistician to their team that tracks their ability to read the ball and not the player. They are learning to take the analytics off the court and re-enforcing their pictures of the game and see the tactics they are using to win points. It is easier to set goals and track progress. We make working with different pros better, easier and more cost effective.

      Take your organization to the top in the tennis industry at a fraction of the cost. Working with Do It Right Tennis, we can turn your facility into a tennis analytics center. Boomer can play with you at whatever level you are– beginner to pro.  He will rate your shots, measure your speed, serve, and act as a common ball machine if that is what you want. He will tell you where you need to improve, and plot your progress over time. He can train you or work with your tennis trainer remotely.  Schedule your appointment today.  Why use a Ball Machine?

      We are located at the Lake Lynn Tennis Courts off Ray Road in Raleigh. We offer a USPTA certified tennis coach for private or group tennis lessons, sports training, and Boomer analysis with optional video analysis.

      We want to build your game to win at all levels through your life time career in tennis as a social player or a competitive Middle School team player, High School team player, College player, State | Regional | National Level player and even Professional.  It would be an honor to represent Raleigh/Morrisville/Cary areas as your coach/tennis instructor/tennis friend. Are you ready to get started.

      Welcome to a lifetime of tennis education.

      See how the tennis pros do it right!

      We do Dartfish Video training.

      Men’s Ranking      Women’s Ranking

      USTA Junior Rankings

      Tennis Coach

      Try Robert Allen Gibson Out and see if you don’t find these Qualities in this Tennis Coach.

      I believe that the number one quality to look for in a tennis coach is passion!

      Tennis certifications do not really qualify someone to teach tennis well, I do believe that it is a good sign if your coach took the time to get these certifications.

      Try to find a tennis coach that is passionate about the game, that is willing to study the game and that can hit a pretty good ball themself!

      Developmental coaches versus player’s coaches

      In competitive Tennis most coaches usually focus either on developing young players (developmental coaches) or helping slightly older players that already have good basic technique and general tennis skills get to the next level.

      Club coaches and academy coaches often do a lot of developmental work. They get kids at a young age and need to teach them the fundamentals.

      I would consider most college and pro level coaches as player’s coaches. They usually don’t make major changes to a player’s game but rather they try to tweak a few things here and there and teach the players more about professionalism, tactics, and the mental part of the game.

      So make sure you find the right tennis coach for the right job!

      Dr. Alan Goldberg

      #1) The very best tennis coaches GET THEIR ATHLETES TO BELIEVE in themselves – Good coaches inspire their players to do more than they think they can. In fact, all good teachers do this. They get their students to entertain possibilities that stretch the limits of their beliefs. Part of this involves building the athlete up rather than knocking him down. Good coaches always build self-esteem rather than undermine it. This self-esteem building is not a gimmick nor is it done artificially. In other words the coach doesn’t praise a mediocre effort. He/she simply makes it a practice to catch his/her athletes doing things right. The good tennis coach doesn’t get caught up in playing head games that leave the athlete questioning his/her abilities.

      #2) The really effective tennis coaches DO NOT USE EMBARRASSMENT & HUMILIATION AS “TEACHING TOOLS” – They understand that embarrassing or humiliating a young athlete for a mistake, failure or short-coming is an aggressive assault on that athlete that doesn’t build mental toughness or enhance performance!  There is NOTHING educational or constructive about it. It tears down that athlete and grossly undermines his/her self-esteem and creates performance problems.

      #3) Great Tennis coaches are GREAT LIFE TEACHERS – A good coach understands that what he/she is teaching goes far beyond the X’s & O’s.  This kind of coach does not just teach the skills, technique and strategy within the narrow confines of the sport. Instead he/she looks for opportunities where the more important life lessons can be taught such as mastering hardship, handling and rebounding from failures and setbacks, trusting your teammates, sacrificing individual needs for the benefit of the group, emotionally dealing with winning and losing, good sportsmanship, fair play, honesty, integrity, etc.

      #4) The best coaches KEEP THE GAME IN PERSPECTIVE – They do not get distracted by how big any one game is in relation to their job as a teacher. Similarly, they understand that sports are just games and are merely a vehicle to teach their charges other, more important life lessons. They understand that what they teach and how they teach it will have an impact on the student that goes far beyond the sport.

      #5) Great coaches DO NOT LET THEIR EGOS AND SELF-WORTH GET TIED UP IN THE OUTCOME –  The best coaches are mentally healthy enough to know that they are NOT their performances, regardless of what others around them may say. They do not feel diminished as an individual when their teams fail nor do they feel that much better about themselves when their squads succeed. These individuals understand that coaching is only one thing of many that they do and therefore they do not let this one thing solely define themselves as a person. Coaches who get into trouble with their athletes do so because they are emotionally more vulnerable and tend to feel threatened by a loss or failure. Their egos are on the line whenever these individuals compete and therefore they feel like they have much more to lose.  Many blatant coaching mistakes come directly from the coach’s overemphasis on the game’s outcome because that individual self-esteem is too caught up with this outcome.

      #6) Great coaches UNDERSTAND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THEIR ATHLETES – The best coaches have a basic understanding that each athlete on their team is different in attitude, personality, response-ability, sensitivity and how they handle criticism and adversity. These coaches take the time to get to know each athlete’s individual differences and styles. They then hand-tailor what they say to, and how they treat this athlete to achieve maximum coaching effectiveness. They know that while one athlete may respond well to a hard edge and raised voice, this approach may totally shut another one down.

      #7) The best coaches COACH THE PERSON, NOT JUST THE ATHLETE – Really effective coaches take the time to get to know the athlete as a person. They take an interest in the athlete’s life off the field, court or track. They don’t see personal, academic or social problems as a distraction to the job of coaching. They view “outside problems” as an opportunity to further build a relationship with the athlete. This kind of caring is never lost on the athlete. Coaches who take an interest in the athlete’s total life are more trusted and respected than those who don’t. As a result, tennis coaches who really care about the athlete as a person find that their athletes are more motivated and work harder.  You can’t ever separate the athlete as a performer from who he/she is as a person.

      #8) The best coaches are FLEXIBLE – They approach their teaching by continuously looking for a beter way to reach each athlete.  When an athlete struggles learning something the better coaches do not look at this as a “learning disability” and blame the athlete for their incompetence.  Instead they approach it as a “teaching disability” and therefore change how they are presenting the material to that athlete. If one approach doesn’t work, then they try another until they figure out the best way to reach that particular athlete.  Just because that athlete may not be responding to your coaching does not mean that he/she has an attitude or commitment problem. Coaches who are rigid, who continually adopt the attitude that “it’s my way or the highway” are far less effective than those coaches who have mastered the fine art of being flexible. Understand here that flexibility does NOT mean being wishy-washy. You can be flexible and strong at the same time.

      #9) The great coaches are GREAT COMMUNICATORS – They understand that communication is a two-way street and involves a back and forth between coach and athlete. Bad coaches think that communication is a one-way street. You talk and the athletes listen. Instead, effective communication entails that you as a coach carefully listen to what your athletes are saying. When your athletes talk you must BE QUIET INSIDE SO THAT YOU CAN LISTEN. Unless you carefully listen to them when they talk then you won’t have a clue as to what your athletes are really saying or how to best help them. Far too many coaches are too busy countering in their head what their athletes are saying to actually hear them. If you can’t learn how to listen then you will never truly be effective in reaching your players.

      #10) Good coaches TAKE THE TIME TO LISTEN TO AND EDUCATE THEIR ATHLETES’ PARENTS – They make it a regular practice to communicate with the parents and educate them about the sport and the role that they need to play on the team. Your success as a coach often depends upon getting parents to work with you, not against you. The only way to make this happen is if you take the time to talk to and train your parents. This means that you must learn to listen to their concerns and questions. Take a proactive role with them. Do NOT wait for a problem or crisis before you decide that it’s time to actually approach your parents. Do so right from the beginning of the season and do it often. Let them know about their support role on the team. Help them understand that their job is NOT to motivate or coach their child. Teach them what are appropriate and inappropriate behaviors at games and on the sidelines. Educate them about the sport and what it takes to excel. Explain your philosophy about competition and playing time. Be open to feedback in a non-defensive manner.

      #11) GOOD tennis COACHES “WALK THE TALK” WITH THEIR ATHLETES AND PARENTS – Good coaches know that what you say and how you act are congruent.  YOUR MOST POWERFUL TEACHING TOOL IS MODELING. They operate on the principle that their actions and how they conduct themselves will always speak much louder than your words therefore they actively model the behaviors and attitude that they want their players to adopt.

      #12) Good tennis coaches KEEP THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT EMOTIONALLY SAFE – They understand that the emotional climate on the team dramatically affects how players practice and perform. They make it their job to directly and immediately deal with scapegoating, bullying, ostracism and petty jealousies that sometimes arise between players. They give a very clear message that cruelty and mistreatment of others will not be tolerated and are counter to the mission of the team. As a consequence this kind of coach creates an atmosphere of safety on the team that is absolutely crucial for optimal learning and peak performance.

      #13) Great coaches CONTINUALLY CHALLENGE THEIR ATHLETES TO DO BETTER AND PUSH THEIR LIMITS – They inspire their athletes to believe in themselves is by continually putting them in situations which challenge their limiting beliefs. They don’t allow their players to just get by with the status quo. They do this by pushing their athletes outside of their comfort zone, physically, mentally and emotionally, and then helping them discover that, in fact, they can do better than they first believed they could. They teach the “GET COMFORTABLE BEING UNCOMFORTABLE principle,” which states that the only way to grow physically and emotionally is to constantly challenge yourself to do things that aren’t easy. In this way they refuse to tolerate mediocrity in effort, attitude, technique, training or performance.

      #14) The best tennis coaches CONTINUALLY CHALLENGE THEMSELVES – They continually model the attitudes and behaviors that they want their players to adopt. They maintain a “beginner’s mind” when it comes to their professional development.  They understand that regardless of how much success they may have had in the past doing things their own way, they can always learn new and better ways.  In this way these coaches continually step out of their comfort zone as “experts” and put themselves in the more uncomfortable position as “beginner and learner.”  Because these coaches “walk the talk”  and demand from their athletes exactly what they demand from themselves, their athletes are far more motivated to meet the coach’s higher expectations.

      #15) The very best coaches are PASSIONATE ABOUT WHAT THEY DO –  These coaches know that passion (love) is a high test fuel that will power you over obstacles, beyond setbacks and through frustration until you achieve success. Their passion is infectious, motivational and inspiring.

      #16) Good coaches are EMPATHIC AND TUNED INTO THE FEELINGS OF THEIR PLAYERS – They have the ability to communicate to their athletes that they truly understand them. When you are empathic you leave your athlete feeling that you as his/her coach deeply understands. This goes a long way in building athlete loyalty, self-esteem and motivation.  Keep in mind that being empathic doesn’t necessarily mean that you are an emotional pushover. You can have the ability to understand where your players are coming from and still make the coaching decisions that you feel are necessary. Coaches who lack the ability or don’t take the time to tune into the emotions of their athletes because they mistakenly believe that “all this emotional crap” is a total waste, end up inadvertently undermining their best coaching efforts.

      #17) Good coaches are HONEST AND CONDUCT THEMSELVES WITH INTEGRITY –  They know that their most powerful teaching tool as a coach is modeling. They also know that how they conduct themselves in relation to their athletes, the parents, opponents, the referees, the fans and the media is never lost on their players.  They are honest and demonstrate charachter and class in everything they do.

      #18) The best coaches MAKE THE SPORT FUN FOR THEIR ATHLETES – They realize that sports are just games, and games are meant to be fun. They find creative ways to integrate this fun into what they do over the course of the season, on a daily basis in practice and during competitions. When an athlete is enjoying him/herself, that athlete is loose and relaxed. Since loose and relaxed are two of the most crucial ingredients to peak performance, it is in your best interests as a coach to find innovative ways to keep your athletes smiling.

      #19) Good tennis coaches are NOT DEFENSIVE IN THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH THEIR PLAYERS OR PARENTS – They understand that part of being a good communicator is that you have to be open to negative feedback and criticism because within this feedback are the seeds to becoming a better, more successful coach.

      #20) Great tennis coaches USE THEIR ATHLETES’ MISTAKES AND FAILURES AS VALUABLE TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES –  They know that their athletes need to be relaxed and loose in order to play to their potential and that a fear of making mistakes will always undermine this relaxed state. To this end, the good coaches give their athletes permission to fail and make mistakes. They instill in their players the understanding that mistakes and failures are nothing more than feedback, feedback about what you did wrong and specifically about what you need to do differently next time. One of the bigger teaching mistakes that coaches make is to get angry and impatient with their athletes when they mess-up or fail. This response to your athletes’ mistakes will insure that they will make plenty more of them.  Knowing that your coach gets impatient and angry when you make mistakes will cause you to worry about this while your performing.  The best coaches teach that failure is feedback and feedback is the BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS!

      Try Robert Allen Gibson Out and see if you don’t find these Qualities in this tennis coach.

      Tennis Coach Apex – Do It Right Sports

      What should you hire to learn tennis?

      I find most people don’t understand the reason for a Tennis Coach Apex, a Tennis Instructor Apex, a Tennis Professional Apex, and a Tennis Analyst Apex. Who do you want to hire?

      Tennis Analyst Apex – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a tennis player document the truth about a player allowing the player to better understand where they have been in their tennis game, where they are in their tennis game, where they are headed with their tennis game. Bottom line is the player will get to know the truth about their tennis game  with a Tennis Analyst Apex. This allows the player to set goals that are better suited for the players style and personality.

      Tennis Coach Apex – Robert Allen Gibson

      A  tennis coach Apex has a vested interest in helping you win. They work with your conditioning to make you stronger. they work on your tennis analytics learning your strengths and weaknesses.  They work on your ability to win.

      Tennis Instructor Apex – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a player learn the basics technical pieces of the tennis strokes and rules of the games. Many Instructors teach one style of stroke the one they use.

      Tennis Professional Apex – Robert Allen Gibson

      As a Tennis Professional Apex I work with all aspects of the game for full player development in all 43 components in all six area of the game at all 13 levels of play.

       

      Tennis At its Best – Do It Right Sports

       

      Tennis Instructor Apex

      I would like to share with you three laws of tennis with three different specific reasons to abide them.

      The first tennis law I would like to teach is a law that will teach you how to never lose.

      The number one law to never lose at tennis is never lose two points in a row. It is impossible to lose a match if you never lose two points in a row. This is only true if you’re playing ad scoring. This law does not apply to no-ad scoring unless you always win the first point.. The rule that applies to no-ad scoring is always win the last.

      The second law of tennis I like to teach is the way to guarantee you’ll win. Always win two points in a row  every game and win the last point. If you have a way to win two points in a row then you can win every game and every match. Having a coach can help teach you ways that will allow you to win two points in a row.

      The third law of tennis teaches you how to not have to work so hard for your game, set or match. Always win: the first point, he first point of the game, the first point of the set. The first point of a match, the first game of set, the first set in a match, the first match of the tournament. This Law goes a long way to setting the that momentum, increasing confidence, and keeps you from having to play catch-up before you can start to win. When you win the first you are leading the way and your opponent is behind you.

      If you would like to meet a good tennis coach Apex in Apex  sign up for a private session at DoItRightSports.com and clicking the calendar tab.

       

      Tennis Coach Morrisville – Do It Right Sports

      What should you hire to learn tennis?

      I find most people don’t understand the reason for a Tennis Coach Morrisville, a Tennis Instructor Morrisville, a Tennis Professional Morrisville, and a Tennis Analyst Morrisville. Who do you want to hire?

      Tennis Analyst Morrisville – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a tennis player document the truth about a player allowing the player to better understand where they have been in their tennis game, where they are in their tennis game, where they are headed with their tennis game. Bottom line is the player will get to know the truth about their tennis game  with a Tennis Analyst Morrisville. This allows the player to set goals that are better suited for the players style and personality.

      Tennis Coach Morrisville – Robert Allen Gibson

      A  tennis coach Morrisville has a vested interest in helping you win. They work with your conditioning to make you stronger. they work on your tennis analytics learning your strengths and weaknesses.  They work on your ability to win.

      Tennis Instructor Morrisville – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a player learn the basics technical pieces of the tennis strokes and rules of the games. Many Instructors teach one style of stroke the one they use.

      Tennis Professional Morrisville – Robert Allen Gibson

      As a Tennis Professional Morrisville I work with all aspects of the game for full player development in all 43 components in all six area of the game at all 13 levels of play.

       

      Tennis At its Best – Do It Right Sports

       

      Tennis Instructor Morrisville

      I would like to share with you three laws of tennis with three different specific reasons to abide them.

      The first tennis law I would like to teach is a law that will teach you how to never lose.

      The number one law to never lose at tennis is never lose two points in a row. It is impossible to lose a match if you never lose two points in a row. This is only true if you’re playing ad scoring. This law does not apply to no-ad scoring unless you always win the first point.. The rule that applies to no-ad scoring is always win the last.

      The second law of tennis I like to teach is the way to guarantee you’ll win. Always win two points in a row  every game and win the last point. If you have a way to win two points in a row then you can win every game and every match. Having a coach can help teach you ways that will allow you to win two points in a row.

      The third law of tennis teaches you how to not have to work so hard for your game, set or match. Always win: the first point, he first point of the game, the first point of the set. The first point of a match, the first game of set, the first set in a match, the first match of the tournament. This Law goes a long way to setting the that momentum, increasing confidence, and keeps you from having to play catch-up before you can start to win. When you win the first you are leading the way and your opponent is behind you.

      If you would like to meet a good tennis coach Morrisville in Morrisville  sign up for a private session at DoItRightSports.com and clicking the calendar tab.

       

      Tennis Coach Raleigh

      What should you hire to learn tennis?

      I find most people don’t understand the reason for a Tennis Coach Raleigh, a Tennis Instructor Raleigh, a Tennis Professional Raleigh, and a Tennis Analyst Raleigh. Who do you want to hire?

      Tennis Analyst Raleigh – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a tennis player document the truth about a player allowing the player to better understand where they have been in their tennis game, where they are in their tennis game, where they are headed with their tennis game. Bottom line is the player will get to know the truth about their tennis game  with a Tennis Analyst Raleigh. This allows the player to set goals that are better suited for the players style and personality.

      Tennis Coach Raleigh – Robert Allen Gibson

      A  tennis coach Raleigh has a vested interest in helping you win. They work with your conditioning to make you stronger. they work on your tennis analytics learning your strengths and weaknesses.  They work on your ability to win.

      Tennis Instructor Raleigh – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a player learn the basics technical pieces of the tennis strokes and rules of the games. Many Instructors teach one style of stroke the one they use.

      Tennis Professional Raleigh – Robert Allen Gibson

      As a Tennis Professional Raleigh I work with all aspects of the game for full player development in all 43 components in all six area of the game at all 13 levels of play.

       

      Tennis At its Best – Do It Right Sports

       

      Tennis Instructor Raleigh

      I would like to share with you three laws of tennis with three different specific reasons to abide them.

      The first tennis law I would like to teach is a law that will teach you how to never lose.

      The number one law to never lose at tennis is never lose two points in a row. It is impossible to lose a match if you never lose two points in a row. This is only true if you’re playing ad scoring. This law does not apply to no-ad scoring unless you always win the first point.. The rule that applies to no-ad scoring is always win the last.

      The second law of tennis I like to teach is the way to guarantee you’ll win. Always win two points in a row  every game and win the last point. If you have a way to win two points in a row then you can win every game and every match. Having a coach can help teach you ways that will allow you to win two points in a row.

      The third law of tennis teaches you how to not have to work so hard for your game, set or match. Always win: the first point, he first point of the game, the first point of the set. The first point of a match, the first game of set, the first set in a match, the first match of the tournament. This Law goes a long way to setting the that momentum, increasing confidence, and keeps you from having to play catch-up before you can start to win. When you win the first you are leading the way and your opponent is behind you.

      If you would like to meet a good tennis coach Raleigh in Raleigh  sign up for a private session at DoItRightSports.com and clicking the calendar tab.

       

      Tennis Coach Cary

      What should you hire to learn tennis?

      I find most people don’t understand the reason for a Tennis Coach Cary, a Tennis Instructor Cary, a Tennis Professional Cary, and a Tennis Analyst Cary. Who do you want to hire?

      Tennis Analyst Cary – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a tennis player document the truth about a player allowing the player to better understand where they have been in their tennis game, where they are in their tennis game, where they are headed with their tennis game. Bottom line is the player will get to know the truth about their tennis game  with a Tennis Analyst Cary. This allows the player to set goals that are better suited for the players style and personality.

      Tennis Coach Cary – Robert Allen Gibson

      A  tennis coach Cary has a vested interest in helping you win. They work with your conditioning to make you stronger. they work on your tennis analytics learning your strengths and weaknesses.  They work on your ability to win.

      Tennis Instructor Cary – Robert Allen Gibson

      Helps a player learn the basics technical pieces of the tennis strokes and rules of the games. Many Instructors teach one style of stroke the one they use.

      Tennis Professional Cary – Robert Allen Gibson

      As a Tennis Professional Cary I work with all aspects of the game for full player development in all 43 components in all six area of the game at all 13 levels of play.

       

      Tennis At its Best – Do It Right Sports

       

      Tennis Instructor Cary

      I would like to share with you three laws of tennis with three different specific reasons to abide them.

      The first tennis law I would like to teach is a law that will teach you how to never lose.

      The number one law to never lose at tennis is never lose two points in a row. It is impossible to lose a match if you never lose two points in a row. This is only true if you’re playing ad scoring. This law does not apply to no-ad scoring unless you always win the first point.. The rule that applies to no-ad scoring is always win the last.

      The second law of tennis I like to teach is the way to guarantee you’ll win. Always win two points in a row  every game and win the last point. If you have a way to win two points in a row then you can win every game and every match. Having a coach can help teach you ways that will allow you to win two points in a row.

      The third law of tennis teaches you how to not have to work so hard for your game, set or match. Always win: the first point, he first point of the game, the first point of the set. The first point of a match, the first game of set, the first set in a match, the first match of the tournament. This Law goes a long way to setting the that momentum, increasing confidence, and keeps you from having to play catch-up before you can start to win. When you win the first you are leading the way and your opponent is behind you.

      If you would like to meet a good tennis coach Cary in Cary  sign up for a private session at DoItRightSports.com and clicking the calendar tab.

      Boomer is tennis innovator

      Boomer is tennis innovator

      Posted: Saturday, December 29, 2012 4:45 am

      A strange and sarcastic amplified voice came from the Eastern Arizona College’s tennis court on Friday afternoon.  “Are you sure you’ve had enough?”  There was a man and a machine.

      Then the amplified voice came on again, “End of game.”  This had to be investigated.

      At that moment, a flurry of consecutive tennis balls came flying out of a machine positioned at the center of the far end of the court.  Something was amiss here.  Was it gremlins in the machine?

      “I am out of balls,” boomed Boomer.  This was getting weird.

      There was a man, Robert Allen Gibson from Cary, N.C.,  pushing around another contraption that resembled a lawn mower without the motor that was scooping up the balls. He was in the Gila Valley for the holidays to visit with family, mother-in-law Marie Rhodes who teaches at Solomon school, and to put on a tennis clinic for family, friends or whoever wanted to join in.

      Meanwhile, Boomer sat in its center position at the far end of the court.

      Boomer, he said, is the most advance tennis ball machine of its kind  – an advanced tennis robotic ball machine.  The company, Do It Right Sports, has not produced another one yet.  According to Gibson there are seven currently being constructed for distribution on the Eastern Seaboard.

      Gibson got involved two years ago with David Jordan, who began inventing Boomer the concept machine 14 years ago.  Boomer is available on the market, but the Gila Valley got one of the first looks at this new vision in the tennis world.

      “Our job is to teach and encourage tennis players at any age or play level,” Gibson said.

      It can play any level of pro tennis and has yet to be beaten on the 7.0 or “international” level.  It plays complete games of tennis, training sessions for all levels and gives a complete data-spread breakdown of its opponents’ swing, speed, ball placement and more.

      Analytics is the key to Boomer, aside from its humorous retorts. With its built-in camera, it records and produces an analysis and a report for its opponent, coach or trainer to look at and gain valuable insight to a player’s game.

      “This right here is one-of-a-kind and the most advanced tennis analytic machine ever built,” Gibson said.

      On Friday it was going through a training session with Cole and Zach Wright and Hunter Jarvis.  Boomer was playing with all three kids at once and identifying each individual and talking back to them.

      “It’s the only machine that can do what a tennis trainer can,” Gibson said.  “A player can run a game and then take the spreadsheet to a coach and have a complete breakdown, right down to what shot sequence you should be using,” Gibson said.

      According to Gibson, the complete machine with analytics program will cost $20,000 when available.

      There will be one more session available to Gila Valley residents Jan. 2-4, and those interested can contact Gibson at 919-522-9463 More information is available  at  www.doitrightsports.com.