Cooperation Between Coaches

Cooperation between a tennis coach and a fitness coach among teenagers. A tennis coach and a fitness coach working together is a concept that many of us probably take for granted. However, in reality, it is a concept that is more important than ever and is worth further clarification.

“Hi Coaches,

Please find attached an excellent article coming from the National Training Center Coaching Team, specifically Guillaume Marx (National Head Coach, male division) and Nicolas Perrotte (Head National Fitness Coach). As described in the article, together, they are continuously cooperating, joining their effort and knowledge to maximize the player’s development and results.” – Jocelyn Robichaud

Cooperation between a tennis coach and a fitness coach among teenagers. A tennis coach and a fitness coach working together is a concept that many of us probably take for granted. However, in reality, it is a concept that is more important than ever and is worth further clarification.

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