Friday, December 23, 2016

Coach Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - Christmas 2016 - Broadcast December 21, 2016 - 'Coach Chuck Kriese talks about 12 'Christmas Wishes' that can help to 'Make American Tennis Great Again' Even though our areas of Concern are great,,,,Our areas of influence that are within our control can make a big difference in helping USA tennis grow and become Great once again. Join American Tennis next broadcast on January 4, 2017. Listen on UR10Snetwork.com and www.chuckkriese.net ....also join www.wecoachtennis.com for weekly programs.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - Broadcast of December 14, 2016 - Guest is Coach Bryan Whitt - The American Tennis ruling bodies are close to completing their 'Power Grab' of How, When and Where Tennis is played in the United States.... These once educational first grounded organizations of USTA and ITA are moving quickly with their planned agenda. Is there anything that Players, Coaches and Parents who love our game Can Do, Should Do and Would Do if they knew how, where and when to do it? This is now everyone's battle!!! The goal to work to 'fix the problem without fixing the blame.' That may be a hard thing to do as evidence is mounting.... Join in and help to "Make American Tennis Great Again". Listen to Chuck Kriese's American Tennis every Wednesday at noon on the UR10Snetwork.com and We coach tennis.... www.chuckkriese.net

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Coach Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - 11/7/16 - Coach Chuck Kriese's guest today is Mr. Sam Shrivastava. As a former Coach, Sam has become a great innovator and entrepreneur. He explains in detail how his success is directly tied to lessons learned through the trials of athletics and coaching. This program examines how courage and a great desire to serve others are paramount in order to sustain enthusiasm and desire to go forward. Join American Tennis with Coach Kriese every Wednesday at noon on the UR10Snetwork.com Also go to www.chuckkriese.net for other programs and writings by coach kriese

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - November 30, 2016 - Discipline for the Movable Puzzle of Success.... Coach Kriese discusses practical ways to fight off the temptation to knee-jerk through a players career based on successes and failures. Scheduling and Goal setting are the key areas of discussion.... Join Coach Kriese and American Tennis every Wednesday at noon on UR10Snetwork.com and 'WeCoachTennis.com See Coach's Blogs and all radio shows at www.chuckkriese.com .

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Coach Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - Broadcast of November 16, 2016 - In one of Coach Chuck Kriese's instructional series programs, the importance of doing what is right; doing it the right way and doing it right now is discussed... He gives coaches, youngsters and parents some insights on how to be ahead of the curve with the work to be done and the lessons to be learned from the ups and downs of competition. Join Coach Kriese every Wednesday on American Tennis at noon on WeCoachTennis.com and UR10Snetwork.com and www.Chuckkriese.net

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Coach Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - Broadcast of November 9, 2016 - Coach Chip Keller is the guest. Coach Chuck Kriese interviews renown youth Swim Coach Chip Keller on the training of youth in America Today through sport.... The insights are many as he talks about where are we at as Americans in the training of our youth. Listen to American Tennis with coach chuck kriese every Wednesday at noon on UR10Snetwork.com; www.wecoachtennis.com and www.chuckkriese.net

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Chuck Kriese's American Tennis - Broadcast November 2, 2016 - 'Motivate with 3-Tier Mentoring' - Motivation has always been the key factor to excellence. Coach Kriese explains why 3-tier mentoring programs work and why 2-Tier mentoring breaks down. This is another episode in Coach Chuck Kriese's Instructional Series for coaches,teachers and players. Join Coach Kriese every Wednesday at noon on UR10Snetwork.com or Yellaballtennis.com