About This Show
We sit down with world class sports coaches from all over the world to talk about their stories, their mindsets, wisdom and everyday habits on how to become the worlds best coaches, not only in athlete guidance but also business & life.
Most Recent Episode
Coachseek Podcast #3 – Frank Giampaolo on the brand new edition of The Tennis Parent’s Bible & much more!
Mar 6 16
Frank Giampaolo is a veteran tennis coach, tennis parent, tennis parent educator, speaker and internationally recognized author. Frank’s innovative approach has earned him numerous honors, including 2001 USPTA Southern California Tennis Director of the Year and Top Teaching Professional consecutive years by Southern California Tennis & Golf magazine. Frank served as a tennis director of the Vic Braden Tennis College across the United States and is currently a United States Professional Tennis Association Certified Professional, running workshops at his high-performance training facility in Southern California and conducting private High Performance Player, Parent and Coach Assessment and Consultant Services here & abroad.
His work takes him all around the world and most of our listeners will know him best with some of his outstanding best-selling books such as Raising Athletic Royalty and The Tennis Parent’s Bible.
Give us a glimpse on what you’re working on right now.
Well, I mean lately it’s a lot of travel. I’m enjoying a nice little run right now. I got a USPTA conference in North Carolina and headed straight to San Diego then up to Minnesota for another USPTA to Hawaii to work with the family, now I’m in Boston, so on the road but loving it. I mean I’m spending about half my time working with families that are really keen on raising athletic royalty and they want their customized system so they need a little bit of help in this developmental plan. We’re doing that. That’s a lot of fun.
On the other side, you know, I’m coaching all the coaches whether it’s on the ITF level or the USPTA group of coaches and that’s a tonne of fun too. As you guys know, you know, I pick up new things everyw