Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach Family Pack
Point of Contact Training System
The Family Pack contains an Eye Coach Pro and Junior Conversion Kit.
Which model is right for you? Players training on Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach should ideally make contact with the ball just below the shoulders. So players 4’2″ and taller should use the Pro model, while those shorter than 4’2″ should use the Junior model.
Eye Coach Pro
For players 4’2″ (127 cm) or taller
Adjustable Height: 32″ – 39″
Weight: 13.7 lbs.
Eye Coach Junior
For players 3-6 yrs. or shorter than 4’2″ (127 cm)
Adjustable Height: 28.5″ – 30.5″
Weight: 13.5 lbs.
7 Reasons the Eye Coach is the best way to improve your tennis
1 – It solves the major problem in tennis
If you’re not tracking the ball and focusing at contact properly, no amount of fancy footwork or power in your stroke can help you.
Using the Eye Coach at home for 10 minutes a day for 5 weeks means 5000 extra hits to train exactly HOW to keep your eye on the ball.
2 – Reduced distractions
Because the Eye Coach eliminates the distractions of getting the ball over the net, learning is concentrated on eye strength, stroke and balance.
3 – Repetition, repetition, repetition
The faster correct repetitions are performed, the faster the improvement. You can get 7x more hits with the Eye Coach than with traditional coaching methods. What used to take years to learn now takes weeks.
4 – Works at all levels of play
The Eye Coach is the only system that can be used by pros and beginners alike. Eye strength is a skill every player can improve (yes, even Federer).
5 – No slipping back
Use the Eye Coach to maintain play levels between coaching sessions. In fact, in just 30 minutes a week, you’ll actually improve your skills!
6 – Powerful instinctual learning
Instinctive reactions are the most powerful athletic movements in the human body. The stronger your eye at contact, the more you can tap into and utilize these instincts to become a better player much faster.
7 – Simple instructions
The Eye Coach system uses easy to follow instructions. That may not sound important—but it speeds up processing time and allocates precious mental resources for learning.