"I think as a wheelchair coach you have to have some comfort of being in the chair and understanding mobility patterns, understanding chair set up. That takes time."USTA Wheelchair National Manager and Head Coach Jason Harnett is on the show this week to talk wheelchair tennis. Harnett has coached wheelchair athletes for over 20 years, and guides the World Team Cup and Paralympic squads.Wheelchair tennis has been in the news recently after the US Open cancelled the 2020 event. Amidst backlash, some options were discussed and the USTA announced the wheelchair tournament will be held after all.Harnett shares how he got into coaching wheelchair tennis and what it's like to be an able-bodied coach and player in his field. He dives into some of the issues facing wheelchair players while recognizing how far the sport, and its stars like David Wagner, Dylan Alcott, Mackenzie Soldan and Shingo Kunieda, have come.Recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak, this episode is available to watch on YouTube and Facebook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello everyone, this is Steve Clark, and thanks so much for tuning in to the show. I’d like to thank Wayne Bryan for the intro and Mike n Bob Bryan for the music. A special thanks to all they do for tennis through the Bryan Bro foundation and more. If you are ready to be inspired, challenged, and want to share one of my shows with everyone you know, today is your day. I will do a 1000 pushups if you can listen to this podcast in its entirety and NOT have it affect your appreciation for what you have, your learning something new, or motivate you to greater things. Today my guest, Jason Harnett and I will be discussing wheelchair tennis not only in the US but around the world. Players both young and old, parents, and coaches, will be changed. You will not be the same not because of what Jason has done but because of what the players and leaders in WheelChair tennis are doing and what Jason is sharing today. Be sure to see CoachSteveClarkPhD.Com
Had such a great discussion with current National Manager and Head Coach of USA Wheelchair Tennis, Jason Harnett. Jason walks us through his journey through the sport of tennis and talks about how he got involved in his current pathway, teaching Wheelchair Tennis.
The Journey to High Performance Wheelchair Tennis with Jason Harnett
Compete Like a Champion
In this episode the guys are joined by Jason Harnett, National Manager and Head Coach of Team USA Wheelchair. They go into depth about Jason's journey into coaching wheelchair tennis and the mission of the department. Through a discussion of his journey we learn about how he became not only comfortable, but highly competent in coaching athletes in a chair. We also get into what challenges exist, how he personally has overcome them, and the genuine appreciation he has for the resilience and toughness of wheelchair players. We hope this inspires other coaches to coach wheelchair tennis players and provides coaching ideas to help you do so in a professional manner. Episode Transcript: https://go.aws/3c3xAj0 Twitter: Dr. Larry Lauer - @LarryLauer Coach Parkes - @johnnyparkes1 Instagram: Team USA Tennis - @teamusatennis Coach Parkes - @johnny_parkes
Interview with Jason Harnett - 4x Paralympic coach & Team USA National Manager
The Allistair McCaw Podcast
In this episode, Allistair gets to chat with 4x Paralympic coach and USTA National team manager, Jason Harnett. They discuss all things Paralympics, team culture, leadership, working with athletes who have disabilities and so much more.
Lake Effect LookBack at the Musicians Lost in 2017 w/ Jason Harnett
Lake Effect - Town of Gravenhurst Broadcast/Podcast
Some of the performers and musicians lost in 2017 Fats Domino Glen Campbell Troy Gentry Tom Petty Gregg Allman Gordon Downie Chuck Berry, David Cassidy Joni Sledge Pete Moore Al Jarreau Chris Cornell Walter Becker Geils