What is Progressive Tennis?
Progressive Tennis introduces the sport of tennis in a fun and interactive way and ensures immediate success for young players aged 5-10. Using modified tennis balls, racquets, nets and courts, young players are properly equipped to enjoy rallies and learn the fundamentals of the game early on. Skills are developed much quicker, allowing for an easy transition to full court. Tennis Canada fully endorses Progressive Tennis and is developing programs and competitive structures across the country to give more players the opportunity to experience its positive benefits.
Why Progressive Tennis?
Progressive Tennis is used as a developmental tool to allow young children to improve their overall tennis skills faster so they can transition to the regular court with more ease. Progressive Tennis allows youngsters to train and compete with courts and equipment which are better suited for their size.
Tennis lessons for adults run the gamut from beginners instruction to clinics aimed at improving an already established game.
The better you play the more you will enjoy playing tennis. The better your technique is the least chances you have of getting injured. Whether your motivation is to beat “Tom, Dick, or Jane”, to get more fun out of the game, or to prevent injuries, why not invest a little time and effort to see if you can make a jump to the next level of play, enjoyment, or fitness?
Whether you are new to tennis or have been playing the game forever, all of us strive to play to the best of our abilities and to get a little bit better each time out.
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 warm-up, 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.
Benefits of Cardio Tennis
1. Participants consistently elevate their heart rates into their aerobic training zone.
2. Participants can burn more calories than singles or doubles tennis.
3. Cardio Tennis is similar to interval training which is periods of high intensity followed by short periods of rest.
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.