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RPS academies Tennis Full-Time Program

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We provide our students with high-performance tennis training using a specialized curriculum designed by internationally renowned tennis coach Gabe Jaramillo.

Gabe Jaramillo is a renowned international tennis coach who has worked with many of the greatest players in the sport’s history. Throughout his career, he’s developed eleven of the world’s No.1 ranked players and 27 top 10 players, including Agassi, Sharapova, Seles, Nishikori, and many others. He has over 42 years of experience making champions, and his advance methodology keeps producing results. According to Gabe Jaramillo, our Tennis Director, Juan Abuchaibe, is one of the most talented coaches, with extensive experience in developing and managing both professional and top college players.

 

All team members are high-performance coaches certified in our extensive, expert-backed system and methodology. Over the past fourteen years, we have produced six top ten ITF Junior Players, including two who reached number one in the world: Maria Camila Osorio and Shilin Xu. Additionally, many of our players have gone on to professional success, such as Nicole Melichar, a Wimbledon doubles champion.

 

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THE SYSTEM

The system is the machine that implements the methodology. It is comprise of parents, coaches, the environment, and the Athlete.

Our system is created to develop champions in life, promoting independence and critical thinking.

The system is the machine that implements the methodology. The system is the machine comprising athletes and parents.

Full time schedule

Group1

Monday - Friday

Group2

Monday - Friday

weekly, camp and
and Full-time programs

Our program has two unique training sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

The morning session includes two hours of stroke production and technique development. The focus of the afternoon session is point development and match play. The students will have one hour of on and off-court conditioning and weight training three times per week. Our method of two training sessions per day will allow the student to assimilate the instruction effectively.

Our high-performance Academy has a track record of helping players reach their potential. In addition to academy training, players will be given a chance to train with the best players and engage in match-play, conditioning, mental training, video analysis, and player analysis.

Each morning, our athletes focus on mastering strokes and fundamentals fundamentals such as control, height, depth, placement, and ball speed. In the afternoon, the training shifts to strategic tactical work, allowing athletes to apply their skills in game-like scenarios. This dual-focus approach ensures comprehensive development and improved performance.

STUDENT LIFE
AND ACTIVITIES

weekly, camp and
and Full-time programs

Our program has two unique training sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

The morning session includes two hours of stroke production and technique development. The focus of the afternoon session is point development and match play. The students will have one hour of on and off-court conditioning and weight training three times per week. Our method of two training sessions per day will allow the student to assimilate the instruction effectively.

Our high-performance Academy has a track record of helping players reach their potential. In addition to academy training, players will be given a chance to train with the best players and engage in match-play, conditioning, mental training, video analysis, and player analysis.

Weekly Program & Camps

Monday - Friday

Full time schedule

Group1

Monday - Friday

Group2

Monday - Friday

THREE SPHERES

Implementing the three spheres of physical, mental, and competition

ROUTINES

We are what we consistently do. Routines must become habits, and these daily preparations must be executed with intention and purpose, without alternatives. By applying these routines, our chances of winning will …

PERIODIZATION PLAN

“A Dream without a plan is just an illusion”
The plan is based on the systematic and incremental improvement of the player over an extended period. It focuses on the specific skill set of the athlete and …

REPETITION

Automation is achieved through repetition, duplication, replication, framing, and linking. The easiest way to learn is through consistent repetition. Recognizing that these principles are sequential, we deduce that the most …

LIVE BALL

One key difference between our methodology and others is our focus on the contact point of the stroke, which we emphasize through live ball training. This approach significantly accelerates the learning process. Our live ball …

GAME BASED

Our primary objective is to develop the cognitive and mental aspects of the game, including emotional control and intellectual understanding. To achieve this, we conduct training based on games. Some of these games …

WORK ON REDUCE SPACES

Training tennis in reduced spaces offers several advantages, it requires players to react more quickly to the ball. This improves their reflexes and sharpens their ability to anticipate and respond under pressure, it helps…

USE OF BARRIERS

Using didactic materials such as barriers accelerates the learning process by encouraging athletes to think critically and analytically. These barriers help develop problem-solving skills and the ability to apply knowledge …

COMPETITION

Final Preparation and Daily Training
Ultimately, our success is judged by the results, which is why it is crucial for athletes to arrive at competitions well-prepared in all aspects of their game. Daily practices …

THE METHODOLOGY

We adhere to five fundamentals to develop talent, Individuality, Volume, Repetition, Variation, and Specificity

THE THREE SPHERES

Implementing the three spheres of physical, mental, and competition simultaneously in training accelerates students’ progress and readiness for competition by fostering holistic development and enhancing their overall performance capabilities.

ROUTINES

We are what we consistently do. Routines must become habits, and these daily preparations must be executed with intention and purpose, without alternatives. 

By applying these routines, our chances of winning will increase or decrease. That degree of discipline, respect for purposeful habits, and always striving for perfection are values that I instill in our athletes daily. Highly competitive athletes must acquire early-age routines that they follow to the letter

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PERIODIZATION PLAN

“A Dream without a plan is just an illusion”
The plan is based on the systematic and incremental improvement of the player over an extended period.

It focuses on the specific skill set of the athlete and connects short-term developmental objectives with long-term performance goals. The plan goes beyond generalities, establishing specific improvement strategies by setting realistic goals that we can objectively measure. Results don’t lie and will show us the way.

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REPETITION

Automation is achieved through repetition, duplication, replication, framing, and linking. The easiest way to learn is through consistent repetition. 

Recognizing that these principles are sequential, we deduce that the most effective way to develop a high-performance athlete is through integrated training. This approach involves practicing all components simultaneously using repetition. Automation enables athletes to execute movements without consciously thinking about the mechanics, allowing for more fluid and efficient performance.

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LIVE BALL

One key difference between our methodology and others is our focus on the contact point of the stroke, which we emphasize through live ball training. 

This approach significantly accelerates the learning process. Our live ball drills help students develop spacing, timing, and balance. With practice, they internalize techniques with rhythm and fluidity, resulting in smooth, controlled strokes and movement across the court. While most academies emphasize basket drilling, we prioritize live ball exercises to ensure a more dynamic and effective training experience.

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GAME BASED

Our primary objective is to develop the cognitive and mental aspects of the game, including emotional control and intellectual understanding. To achieve this, we conduct training based on games. 

Some of these games are closed, with specific plays directed by the coach, while others are open, allowing the player to make their own decisions. This approach accelerates players’ understanding of their strengths and areas for improvement, all within a supportive learning environment where they can invest in their future development. Additionally, our training is both challenging and enjoyable.

While many players come to us with strong strokes, they often lack a comprehensive understanding of how to play the game. Our methodology bridges that gap, ensuring well-rounded development.

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LIVE BALL

One key difference between our methodology and others is our focus on the contact point of the stroke, which we emphasize through live ball training. 

This approach significantly accelerates the learning process. Our live ball drills help students develop spacing, timing, and balance. With practice, they internalize techniques with rhythm and fluidity, resulting in smooth, controlled strokes and movement across the court. While most academies emphasize basket drilling, we prioritize live ball exercises to ensure a more dynamic and effective training experience.

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GAME BASED

Our primary objective is to develop the cognitive and mental aspects of the game, including emotional control and intellectual understanding. To achieve this, we conduct training based on games. 

Some of these games are closed, with specific plays directed by the coach, while others are open, allowing the player to make their own decisions. This approach accelerates players’ understanding of their strengths and areas for improvement, all within a supportive learning environment where they can invest in their future development. Additionally, our training is both challenging and enjoyable.

While many players come to us with strong strokes, they often lack a comprehensive understanding of how to play the game. Our methodology bridges that gap, ensuring well-rounded development.

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TRAINING IN REDUCE SPACES

Training tennis in reduced spaces offers several advantages, it requires players to react quickly to the ball. This improves their reflexes and sharpens their ability to anticipate and respond under pressure, it helps them develop better control over the ball and refine their technique.

The confined area increases the intensity of the practice, they learn to position themselves optimally and move quickly within a confined area, improving their agility and balance. Training in smaller spaces encourages players to develop skills that are crucial for all-court play, such as volleys, half-volleys, and quick exchanges at the net.

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USE OF BARRIERS

Using didactic materials such as barriers accelerates the learning process by encouraging athletes to think critically and analytically. These barriers help develop problem-solving skills and the ability to apply knowledge in various contexts.

Incorporating barriers in training sessions makes practices more engaging and challenging, which enhances student concentration. Repetition and practice are key to learning, and barriers provide opportunities for students to reinforce specific skills needed in a match.

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COMPETITION

Final Preparation and Daily Training

Ultimately, our success is judged by the results, which is why it is crucial for athletes to arrive at competitions well-prepared in all aspects of their game. Daily practices expose them to various types of pressure, teaching them to perform at their best, under pressure, against opponents with different playing styles. This exposure helps them interpret and adapt to different plays based on their opponents and the court surfaces.

Our athletes learn the importance of differentiating between strategy and tactics, managing their emotions, and maintaining resilience. These skills are integral to their development and are what we emphasize in our daily training. Unlike many others, we compete daily, not just in matches, but in our commitment to excellence and continuous improvement.

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How we deliver the program

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Split Sessions

The training sessions are divided into two blocks of two hours each: one in the morning and one in the afternoon. These periods are exclusively for tennis and are designed to manage volume and intensity

Ensuring the athlete can be pushed to their maximum capacity while effectively absorbing information and workloads. This approach helps prevent physical and mental fatigue.

In the morning sessions, the focus is on stroke mechanics, including control, height, depth, direction, and speed. The afternoon sessions are dedicated to tactical training. Additionally, a physical performance program is conducted beyond these four hours.<br>

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Five Principles to Develop Talent

Individuality, Volume, Repetition, Variation, Specificity.

3

Perfect Practices

All practices follow a strict schedule and aim for the highest level of precision. Each session integrates multiple components, including mechanical, tactical, and mental aspects, delivered simultaneously. 

Both the athlete and coach should have clear objectives for every training session.

We emphasize reinforcing routines and fostering positive attitudes, demanding deep engagement where students give 100% effort and concentration. Every stroke must have a tactical intention, and we encourage athletes to understand the level of risk they are willing to take.

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4

Game-Based Training

Enhances engagement and retention

5

Paying attention to errors

We focus on minimizing errors to enhance the effectiveness of our practices. Our goal is for learners to perform flawlessly, automatically, and effortlessly.

When a mistake occurs, it should be of significant concern to the coach.

Once adjustments are identified and prioritized, we must correct them immediately and individually, as prioritizing accelerates the learning process. The player must have a clear understanding of both the error and the appropriate correction.

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Continuous Improvement

The pursuit of improvement is an ongoing journey without end.

PEAK PERFORMANCE TRAINING

Endurance

Strength

Power

Speed

Balance

Coordinate

agility

flexibility

nutrition

Our systematic approach includes all of the fundamental components for peak performance including endurance, strength, power, speed, balance, coordination, agility, flexibility, and nutrition.

Full-Time Program

Starts August 12, 2024

PERFORMANCE
TRAINING

Develop strenght, speed, coordination and agility with the RPS Tennis specific conditioning program

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