The JMTA Training Camp curriculum features a combination of drills, technical coaching, match play, off-court athletic and cross-training, and mental toughness training, specifically tailored to the ages and levels of each JMTA player group.
JMTA’s APT program is designed to help tennis players improve their on-court performance through increased strength, flexibility and mobility, and to reduce the risk of injury. The JMTA APT program has been developed by JMTA Performance Director Richard-John Mensing, Jr. and will be implemented by JMTA Amagansett Directors and Coaches.
We believe that our capacity to determine an individual player’s on-court stress patterns, and to provide him/her with the tools to better manage stress at times of on-court adversity, to prepare to mount a comeback, or to remain calm when in the lead, is crucial to giving each JMTA student an “edge”. JMTA’s official sports psychologist, Dr. Dom Lausic, a principal and co-founder of the Hourglass Performance Institute, has designed the JMTA mental toughness curriculum to be implemented by JMTA Directors and coaches.