Helping You Achieve Your Tennis Goals
Are you a beginner looking to learn a great sport for a lifetime? Are you an experienced player needing to take your game to the next level in a one-on-one environment or small class size? Bradfordville Tennis offers private and group lessons tailored to the individual player and their skill level. Private lessons provide the most effective format to learn and improve your tennis game quickly. Every individual is unique, and your instruction will be tailored to match your goals, skill level, and schedule.
Everett Teague is a USPTA Pro 1 Certified Tennis Professional (Elite Rating) with more than thirty years of teaching/coaching experience. Everett incorporates modern sports science-based training fundamentals that concentrate on efficient biomechanics for effective stroke technique and injury prevention, mental toughness strategies, efficient footwork patterns, and tactical strategy awareness. The benefits of such an approach are covered in his blog.
Everett has a unique ability to simplify the game so that students have a fun and fulfilling experience on the court. Lessons are taught on his private court in a quiet setting located at 4384 Millwood Lane in beautiful Bradfordville, Florida.
SOME PERSONAL INFO
- Masters Degree in Education
- Former Collegiate player
- Boys and Girls Tennis and Cross Country Coach for nine years at Kendrick High School in Columbus, GA
- Associate Tennis Coach for Columbus College
- Assistant Tennis Professional – Capital City Country Club (Tallahassee, FL)
- Head Tennis Professional & Director of Tennis – Glen Arven Country Club (Thomasville, GA)
- Head Tennis Professional – Bradfordville Tennis
- USTA Sport Science Certification – Sport Psychology
- USTA Sport Science Certification – Tennis Biomechanics
- LGE Sport Science Center at Saddlebrook, FL. Worked directly with Dr. Jim Loehr (sports psychology), Dr. Jack Gropple (biomechanics), Pat Echeberry (sport physiology and movement)
- USTA Net Generation Coach
Some Tennis Facts
Enhances Mental Sharpness
Since tennis requires alertness and tactical thinking, it may generate new connections between nerves in the brain and thus promote a lifetime of continuing development of the brain, reported scientists at the University of Illinois.
Tennis players scored higher in vigor, optimism and self-esteem while scoring lower in depression, anger, confusion, anxiety and tension than other athletes or non-athletes, according to Dr. Joan Finn and colleagues in a study done at Southern Connecticut State University.
Tennis outperforms golf, inline skating and most other sports in developing positive personality characteristics, according to Dr. Jim Gavin — author of The Exercise Habit.
People who participate in tennis three hours per week (at moderately vigorous intensity) dramatically improve their health and cut their risk of death in half from any cause, according to physician Ralph Paffenbarger of Harvard University School of Public Health.