Jackie Resler, a Santa Clarita native who found her love for tennis playing at the Paseo Club since 2004, became an instructor here in 2018. Jackie graduated from Hart High School in 2014 primarily playing #1 singles and lead the team to their first CIF Southern California Sectionals in program history. Jackie graduated from Azusa Pacific University in 2018 and played on the tennis team, starting in singles and doubles for all 4 years. At one point in her college tennis career, Jackie reached #14 in the West Region for singles. In her final year at Azusa as captain, Jackie led the team to finish #10 in the nation and to the first NCAA DII Regionals in program history.
She received her BS in Applied Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition. Jackie also received her MA in Psychology with Specialization in Sports Psychology from Ashford University and is titled Sports and Performance Mental Coach. Other credentials received are USPTA certified, NASM certified and TRIBE training certified. Currently, she is coaching the Varsity West Ranch Boys’ Tennis team and Junior Varsity West Ranch Girls’ Tennis tennis team. Jackie is excited to pass on the lessons and experiences she has learned from her career to youth players, continuing the tradition of finding love for the sport of tennis at the Paseo Club.
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By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro All people have something that they care about, as they strive to reach their maximum potential. This is how people become successful in general, whether it is in life or sports. Being a perfectionist is not automatically a...
By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro Sports are very important for youth development, as it teaches perseverance, teamwork, and critical thinking. If children have a parent accompany them during their athletic career, these characteristics can be amplified. Parents have...
By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro In sports, there can be one person or team that is the winner. On the tennis court, there can only be one winner. It definitely hurts to lose. I bet you right now that you hate to lose and feel like a failure. I also hate to lose....
By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro Instructor Many athletes who want to maximize their athletic abilities agree that learning physical skills is easier than developing mental skills... ...skills such as focus, motivation, and resilience. Learning how to volley is easier...