Hello my name is Francisco Velasquez. I'm a profesional and college tennis player with 15 years of experience in competition in this beautiful sport. I had 2 years of experience training kids and adults in a prestigious club in Colombia, and 2 more years here in Miami. You can be pro, beginner, intermedium or advanced level and still accessing to my trainings and lessons with no problem, I'm here to help! If you are looking to get in shape I can provide a great cardio workout as well. I guarantee you will see improvement in your tennis game. I offer a comprehensive workout with a variation of exercise patterns and stroke production in order to improve the coordination and flexibility on players. I usually give my tennis lessons at 159 Palm Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139 and Margaret Pace Park Tennis Courts, Parking is free and courts as well.
This is my biggest passion to teach everyone about this beautiful sport and make you improve in each area of your life as: health, stamina, mental toughness and motivation.
My goal will always be to make you improve but not just in the tennis area, but also in your physical side. No matter if this is a hobby or something more serious for you, I will always willing to work with you by giving you all my tips and experience to make you better each day. Take a chance with me I guarantee you will like it a lot. Don't hesitate to contact me, prices are very good and affordable because my goal it's not money; my goal it's to make you a better player!
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Analyzing the skills of the student and basic skills to see what's the correct plan to proceed to do orexecute with the student.
I have 10 years of experience in competition. I'm a profesional tennis player. And I had 3 years of experience training people.
I charge 45 dollars for my services as private lesson., but if you come with someone and take a grupal session it can be more economical: $35 per person
When I was young at 18 I found that besides playing this beautiful sport, my passsion was also to teach tennis. I hate when people don't have good basics and they don't have good technique. For me it's frustrated also the fact there's people out there who called themselves trainers and they actually don't know nothing about tennis, they just care just about money and not to really see improvement in the students.
I have work with all types of students including:
of all ages.
To look in his experience and how he/she projects himself. My advice is to look in a person who's work and training varies and relies to each specific individual or player.
In each case, about the student needs in each area of tennis.