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inspire2coach is the largest combined provider of both Coaching Programmes and Coach Education in the UK. Our Coach Education courses are internationally respected with quality content, delivery, systems and administration and we are one of a small number of LTA/ Skills Active Accredited Coach Education Centres. i2c Play Tennis provides coaching programs at more than 20 tennis facilities across the Midlands region of the UK.

UK’s #1 Coach Education provider

Did you know that inspire2coach is the UK’s largest provider of LTA Level 1 and Level 2 Coach Accreditation courses? We also provide Level 3 and Level 4 training, CPD courses to earn CPD credits, one-to-one mentoring and LTA approved online training!

Tennis (24/7) – resources for coaches

Continually coming up with fresh ideas can take up your valuable court time – Tennis (24/7), our membership only online resource centre for coaches, can help. It is fully loaded to give you 24x7 access to activities and tools that you can use on court, with your juniors, or in your coaching business for professional development.


This week Mark was in Essex presenting at the LTA East Region forum. His session handout “Service Box Warm-Ups” is this week’s Friday Freebie! Use our warm-ups to make sure that your warm-up is as unmissable as the rest of your lesson!!!

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  • Mark Tennant on driving success: the role of chance conversations, goal setting and finding the perfect mentor 01/25/2017
    I recorded this interview with Ian from Coach Seek in January 2016. The podcast and full transcript are available on the Coach Seek site. To motivate you to jump over to CoachSeek and see the whole interview, I've reproduced a few of the things I said back then and that I still believe are important.
  • How to use vertical throwing to develop the serve 01/19/2017
    Do you get your kids throwing overarm to practice serving? Then you’ll know that there is a problem; a lot of throwing (including for sports like baseball and cricket) is done horizontally. Whilst this is good for coordination and practicing an overhead release, it doesn’t replicate what’s needed for the serve.

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