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CARDIO TENNIS

April 2, 2006 01:13 PM

Check with your local tennis facility to see if cardio tennis is available. If not ask that the program  be added. You're worth it !!  Read more about cardio tennis  below.

To visit the cardio tennis web site including a video click the link below:
http://www.partners.cardiotennis.com/


Cardio Tennis is a new, fun, group activity, featuring drills to give players of all abilities
an ultimate, high-energy workout. Taught by a teaching professional, Cardio Tennis includes a
warm-up, cardio workout, and cool down phases. If present or new players are looking for a great
new way to get in shape and to burn calories, they must try Cardio Tennis.

 Major Benefits of Cardio Tennis
 
• Participants consistently elevate their heart rates
  into their aerobic training zone.
• You can burn more calories than singles or
  doubles tennis.
• You get short cycles of high intensity workout
  and periods of rest, almost like interval training.
• While you are playing tennis, the focus is
  primarily on getting a great workout.
• Improve your tennis skills
 

Cardio Tennis is a new, fun, group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities
an ultimate, high-energy workout.
 
Cardio Tennis includes a warm-up, cardio workout, and cool down phases resulting in
"Heart Pumping Fitness".
 
If you want to find a great new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you must try
Cardio Tennis.Cardio Tennis is the 3rd way you can play tennis.
 
In Cardio Tennis,  a Certified Tennis Professional will feed you balls based on your ability
and fitness level.
 
Cardio Tennis is fun, you get fit and you also inprove your tennis skills
 
Fun, Fast, and Fit — Cardio Tennis can help you stay fit for life!
 
Tired of those boring aerobic machines for your cardio, try Cardio Tennis.
 
Cardio Tennis can be to tennis . . . what spinning is to riding a bike.


1. What is Cardio Tennis?
Cardio Tennis is a new, fun, group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities
an ultimate, high-energy workout.
Cardio Tennis includes a warmup, cardio workout, and cool down phases.
If you want to find a healthy, new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you ought
to try Cardio Tennis.

2. What are the major benefits of Cardio Tennis?
Participants consistently elevate their heart rates into their aerobic training zone.
You can burn more calories than singles or doubles tennis.
You get short cycles of high intensity workout and periods of rest, almost like interval training.
It is a fun, group activity where players of all abilities enjoy tennis together.
While you are "playing" tennis, the primary focus is on getting a great workout. 
 
3. What happens in Cardio Tennis?
Taught by a Certified Tennis Professional, a typical Cardio Tennis program
includes a short dynamic warm-up, a cardio workout, and a cool down phase. 
The majority of the Cardio Tennis program is the "workout" phase, which should last
30-50 minutes. Most of this portion will include fast-paced drills where the professional
feeds balls to players based on their ability and fitness level. Pros will find ways to keep
players moving and challenged… all while having fun! 
 
4. What types of drills are in a Cardio Tennis program?
There are 3 segments: warm up, cardio workout and the cool down segments. 
Each one has drills specifically designed to be fun, challenging and to get you moving.
You will hit forehands, backhands, volleys, etc.  But remember, Cardio Tennis is not about
making you a great player. First and foremost, Cardio Tennis is a great workout. You run,
you hit balls, you jump, you recover, and you have fun. Cardio Tennis is a full body workout.
And, in some programs they even have music. 
 
5. Why is Cardio Tennis better than other forms of exercise?
While other activities will give you a great workout, Cardio Tennis challenges you in so many
ways.  Running, moving sideways, stretching, etc.  Your heart rate will also go through high
intensity segments…followed by a short period of recovery.  This is very similar to interval
training.One of the major benefits is that you will have a much more social experience.
Players in Cardio Tennis socialize …and have fun!  You are not drearily confined to a boring
machine like you are in many other fitness activities.

 


 

 

 

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