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YOU MAY CONTACT LEE (CROCODILE) AT 650-278-2992 O



Email: Leejamessr@aol.com 
Phone:
650-898-7434

Payment: Credit Cards(Master Card & Visa/Pay Pal/We Pay/Cash/Check-Money Order/Online-WebSite

Form The Desk Of Lee James: 

I believe the essence of tennis is proper biomechanics in each stroke.  But first, I'll give you a brief explanation about what's really going on behind the scenes.

To the untrained eye, every top player appears to strike the ball differently. But there are certain techniques in the strokes of each and every expert player. The best players use precise footwork to create a chain reaction: it begins with their feet and spirals through their core section ending in a snap of the wrist through contact. Gone are the days of stepping into the ball and keeping a straight arm throughout the shot.

It takes a lot of hard work to become a top player. But, hard work without proper biomechanics can only take you so far since it's not the amount of time on court everyday, it's how productively you use that time. Let me show you how to incorporate strategies into your game depending on the style of your opponent. I want to fine tune your game to reach your ultimate potential.




The Beginner Player:
Are you new to tennis? We will start by simply feeding balls across the net. Although it may seem basic, this allows me to assess your style and allows you to get the feel of moving towards the ball.

From there, tennis lessons will be well-rounded. Special emphasis is placed on eye-hand coordination, early preparation, footwork and biomechanics. Lessons will be structured to improve all court game, which will include working on ground strokes, serves, volleys and more. Different tennis techniques and singles and doubles strategies will be demonstrated to improve players overall performance. Cardio workout will be at player's comfort level.

Can't tell the difference between a tennis racquet and a snow shoe? I've put together a bit of information with racquet suggestions, footwear, clothing and what to to expect with your first lesson.


The Intermediate Player:
Tennis lessons will focus on improving stroke production, technique and strategy. Lessons will include footwork drills and hitting sessions for more interactive playing. Hitting the ball on the rise, coming to the net more, working on server/volley and putting away shots will be introduced. Fast paced drills for match simulation. Objective will be working up to the players next level.


The Advanced Player:
Coaching can include working on technique and preparation for competitive competition. Players will receive instructions on how to develop and plan game strategies, work on footwork structure and improve agility. Lessons will be structured around working on aggressive return of serves, chipping and charging, service game strategy, footwork drills for hitting on the rise and to become an aggressive baseliner.


Group Tennis Lessons:
As a beginner, you will learn the basic strokes. Advanced beginners will continue improvements of strokes and grips. Intermediate and Advanced players will work on perfecting strategy and knowledge of the game. All group lessons will include fast-moving drills and a great cardio workout on the court.

TENNIS TIPS

Use the right equipment and keep your eyes on ball. Concentrate and you’re your confidence level high as you keep the right grip on your racket and utilizing proper foot work. “Wrong footwork, bad hand grip as well as incompetent strokes will affect the quality of the game and could hurt your back as well”.

 Rafael Nadal once advised. Make sure you have control over your emotions and do not lose your temper on the court. Temper makes you lose focus. This is one of the best techniques applied by Lee (Crocodile) James.

My spring rates for a private 60-minute lesson start at $30. Semi Private Lesson $25.00 Per Person Two People.  Group Lesson $20.00 Per Person limit 8 . Discounted prepaid packages are available and offer you a savings over paying one at a time. Currently, I am offering a prepaid package of 5, one-hour lessons for $125. 

Email: Leejamessr@aol.com 
Phone: 650.278-2992

Payment: Credit Cards(Master Card & Visa/Pay Pal/We Pay/Cash/Check-Money Order/Online-WebSite

Form The Desk Of Lee James: 

I believe the essence of tennis is proper biomechanics in each stroke.  But first, I'll give you a brief explanation about what's really going on behind the scenes.

To the untrained eye, every top player appears to strike the ball differently. But there are certain techniques in the strokes of each and every expert player. The best players use precise footwork to create a chain reaction: it begins with their feet and spirals through their core section ending in a snap of the wrist through contact. Gone are the days of stepping into the ball and keeping a straight arm throughout the shot.

It takes a lot of hard work to become a top player. But, hard work without proper biomechanics can only take you so far since it's not the amount of time on court everyday, it's how productively you use that time. Let me show you how to incorporate strategies into your game depending on the style of your opponent. I want to fine tune your game to reach your ultimate potential.




The Beginner Player:
Are you new to tennis? We will start by simply feeding balls across the net. Although it may seem basic, this allows me to assess your style and allows you to get the feel of moving towards the ball.

From there, tennis lessons will be well-rounded. Special emphasis is placed on eye-hand coordination, early preparation, footwork and biomechanics. Lessons will be structured to improve all court game, which will include working on ground strokes, serves, volleys and more. Different tennis techniques and singles and doubles strategies will be demonstrated to improve players overall performance. Cardio workout will be at player's comfort level.

Can't tell the difference between a tennis racquet and a snow shoe? I've put together a bit of information with racquet suggestions, footwear, clothing and what to to expect with your first lesson.


The Intermediate Player:
Tennis lessons will focus on improving stroke production, technique and strategy. Lessons will include footwork drills and hitting sessions for more interactive playing. Hitting the ball on the rise, coming to the net more, working on server/volley and putting away shots will be introduced. Fast paced drills for match simulation. Objective will be working up to the players next level.


The Advanced Player:
Coaching can include working on technique and preparation for competitive competition. Players will receive instructions on how to develop and plan game strategies, work on footwork structure and improve agility. Lessons will be structured around working on aggressive return of serves, chipping and charging, service game strategy, footwork drills for hitting on the rise and to become an aggressive baseliner.


Group Tennis Lessons:
As a beginner, you will learn the basic strokes. Advanced beginners will continue improvements of strokes and grips. Intermediate and Advanced players will work on perfecting strategy and knowledge of the game. All group lessons will include fast-moving drills and a great cardio workout on the court.

TENNIS TIPS

Use the right equipment and keep your eyes on ball. Concentrate and you’re your confidence level high as you keep the right grip on your racket and utilizing proper foot work. “Wrong footwork, bad hand grip as well as incompetent strokes will affect the quality of the game and could hurt your back as well”.

 Rafael Nadal once advised. Make sure you have control over your emotions and do not lose your temper on the court. Temper makes you lose focus. This is one of the best techniques applied by Lee (Crocodile) James.