USHSTA Workshops

Would you like a high school coaches workshop in you area?

Please contact the office at if you are interested in helping host a workshop in your state.

The USHSTA provides coaching workshops coevering topics important to high school tennis coaches. Unlike workshops that focus on teaching strokes (rather than coaching players), USHSTA workshops provide a coordinated approach to coaching tennis teams. While we include strokes and strategies in our lectures, our workshops revolve around a unifying theme which is emphasized during each lecture -- help your team members become players, rather than just hitters.

A main difference between USHSTA High School Coaching Workshops and others is our emphasis on true high school tennis coaching issues -- we do not repackage teaching pro and player development workshops and charge high school coaches for them.

Additionally, our workshop lectures are not taught by former touring pros or current commercial teaching pros with no physical education or sport science backgrounds. The workshop leader is USHSTA executive director, Steve Milano. The information presented in our workshops is objective, cutting edge and generally not available anywhere else in the United States. Our workshops look at the work of such leading sport scientists as Richard Schoenborn of Germany, Louis Cayer of Canada, Vic Braden, Drs. Jeff Chandler, Ben Kibler and Jim Loehr, Dr. Bruce Elliot of Australia and other respected experts. We then apply it to the needs of high school coaches who often work with a variety of youths at different skill levels.

To look at some of our previous workshop courses, click here.

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