Topic: Tennis

Finding Enjoyment in the Game Fosters Success on the Court

You may recall our post last spring on Ali Pollack, the first student athlete in Wisconsin to ever be recruited to play for Columbia’s tennis team, an NCAA Division One Program in the Ivy League Conference. Well we caught up with her this fall to see how her first semester at Columbia was going. She […]

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The History of Tennis & Exercise Throughout Elite’s 30 Years

The past 30 years have brought about a great deal of change in a lot of areas: cars, computers, medicine, and television to name a few. But in those three decades, a great deal of change has also hit the spheres of tennis and exercise, two areas in which Elite excels. Let’s take a look […]

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5 Things to Know Before You Start Playing Tennis

Want to start playing one of the greatest lifetime sports out there, Tennis?! Well before you get started, here’s a few things you should know to help get you on your way. So, before you start playing tennis, read these 5 tips:

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More Than Just Steps: Health & Sports Technology Review

Activity tracker, heart rate monitor, smartwatch, even smart racquets—they count your steps, track your activity, sleep, or even monitor your heart rate 24 hours a day. The choices in health & sports technology are becoming more abundant thanks to all of the new tech that seems to appear almost on a daily basis!

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Is the Future of Tennis in Danger?

In America, we face the sad truth that the future of tennis may be in danger. With a lack of young kids showing interest in the sport, we face the extinction of the American presence in tennis.

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Simple Tips for Getting in Control of Arthritis and Back to the Gym

My best friend just told me that she has arthritis and was pretty concerned about what to do next, as she really wants to keep playing tennis three times a week. She was afraid that her symptoms would keep her from being ready to play. Arthritis is also often misdiagnosed and is full of “old […]

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Contact Point Tennis Drill | Kids Ages 3 to 7 Years

Here’s a simple contact point tennis drill you can do with your child. The drill consists of 3 steps that progress as your child masters the fundamental movements. There are two key things you and your child need to understand when it comes to the contact point. First is the body position; you want your child […]

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One More Win: 2016 Summer Olympics

While many Olympic hopefuls had their dreams come true this year for a first-timer’s shot at the world stage, many athletes will be going to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as seasoned athletes looking to medal again. Here are some of the most notable athletes going for gold one more, and […]

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