admin May 10, 2017 No comments
"I am extremely excited and pleased to announce that we will be hosting a short speech and Q&A session with Donna Berber," ATA CEO Jack Newman said. "It's been a number of year's since we had Donna speak at ATA and you will not want to miss it."
admin April 4, 2017 No comments
Last week, ATA College Prep Director Carol Hagar and ATA CEO Jack Newman hosted a Student and Parent Meeting for anyone interested in learning more about the college process. 50plus parents and many students filled the ATA Fitness Center to hear the presentation and ask questions.
admin March 20, 2017 No comments
"If you are the parent of a sophomore or junior who would like to play college tennis, or any high age student who is interested in learning more about how the college process works, please join us for an informational meeting," ATA CEO Jack Newman said.
admin March 1, 2017 No comments
Below please find more information about your invitation to a live webinar hosted by our friend David Benzel titled HELPING CHILDREN MANAGE STRESS IN SPORTS. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, March 21 at 9p.m. EST and will last 45 minutes plus Q&A. Register below! Having trouble viewing this email? Click here Invitation to a Growing Champions for Life Live Webinar - hosted by David Benzel Helping Children Manage Stress in Sports ...
admin February 13, 2017 No comments
The Austin Tennis Academy (ATA) and A Glimmer of Hope Foundation (Glimmer) recently completed a project that provides the largest solar powered water supply development in the entire region of Tigray.
admin February 10, 2017 No comments
Your child’s brain is very busy. It’s cranking out thousands of thoughts per day at lightning fast speed. Perhaps you’ve learned how to control your thoughts as an adult, but most children find themselves reacting to thoughts minute by minute and suffering needlessly from their own negativity. We must teach them that they are capable of managing those thoughts.
admin January 26, 2017 No comments
As far as we know, human beings are the only mammals in the kingdom with an imagination. It makes us pretty unique. We have the ability to “see” something before it actually exists. We can imagine a light bulb before it’s invented, or even a lunar landing module, or an iPhone. Those things are invented…because someone believed it in their mind so the rest of us could see it with our eyes.
admin November 5, 2016 No comments David Benzel, fear, fearless, Parent education, webinar
David Benzel's latest article, "Is Your Child Fearful or Fearless?" is on teaching kids to have faith rather than putting them in fear of making mistakes. Teaching children with fear basically makes them into an obedient puppet rather than a responsible citizen. Click here to read more. Join for the webinar on Thursday Nov 17th at 8:00pm "What Your Child Needs to Succeed - Ten Life-Changing Strategies." Click here to sign up
admin October 6, 2016 No comments David Benzel, discuss performance, Parent education, sport chooses child, webinar
David Benzel's newest article: When a Sport Chooses Your Child is about how your child chooses to start a sport and try it out. "Creative parents find ways to expose their children to a variety of activities, while at the same time having no agenda or preconceived notions about what their child “should” do." Click here to read more David Benzel's Webinar on: How to Discuss Performance Issues with Your Child and Remain Friends Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 at 8:00 PM Click here to sign up
Coach Newman Recommended Article, “How Does Physical Training Increase Your Child’s Tennis Mental Toughness?”
admin August 13, 2016 No comments Coach Newman, mentally tough, parenting, physically tough, recommended article, tennis
Physically fit players are less likely to feel discomfort than unfit players in the same match. Therefore, fit players are able to place their focus, energy and attention on helpful processes that increase the chances of success. There are other reasons for the link between physical fitness and mental fitness. Physical pain and emotional pain are housed in the same area of our brain. Stronger bodies, stronger brains! Click here to read the full article from Parenting Mentally Tough Tennis by Anthony Ross.