Stimulation – Feedback
Players should be responsible for their actions and accomplishments.
Motivated players express their wishes during training and work independently on training content.
A trainer should stimulate his students and use feedback and praise in a targeted manner.
Training – Learning Atmosphere
An increase in skill level promotes self-confidence and the desire to play tennis.
Trying out and practicing should be done 50% without the supervision of a trainer.
Players should train with one another, help and support each other.
- Disorders include emotions such as anger or excessive emotions.
- Expectations or result orientation disrupt the execution and learning of actions.
- Comments about a match affect a player’s experience and actions.
Based on her own experience as a tennis professional, Eva Pfaff uses learning theory and sporting principles for her work in competitive sports and in personnel development.
* Tennis = Sports, Competitive Sports, Personnel Development, Human Resources