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Numbered Cones

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Challenge: I want a visual way to help my students with decision-making on the tennis court.

Solution: Numbered Cones make movement drills, target drills and decision-making drills easy. Tennis would be easier if you had more time in between shots to decide where to hit. Time is short and decisions must be quick and intelligent. 

Here are two examples of exercises using Numbered Cones:

1) Play against a ball machine with one cone in each of the quadrants across the net. Before the fed ball lands on your side, call out the number of the quadrant you are aiming for.

2) Place two cones on each side of the net behind the service lines. Rally with a partner with each of you calling out the number you are aiming for.
Package includes 2 sets of cones numbered 1 to 4 along with a 24-page game booklet.  Each cone is 9" high.  Extremely durable.

Watch the video clips by clicking the watch button to see the numbered cones in action!

For an additional FREE video that includes countless exercises and drills, click here for download

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