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Five Cardio Training Sessions Coming To South

March 20, 2009 04:08 PM
Cardio Tennis training sessions will be conducted in five Southern locations during April and May. These sessions are aimed at training Cardio Tennis trainers.

Here is a list of the sessions:

DATELOCATIONFACILITYHOURST​RAINERHOST
Fri. 4/17Kinston, NCKinston Country Club9:00-3:00Troy RobinsonTroy Robinson
Fri. 4/24Woodstock, GAEagle Watch9:00-3:00Heather SilviaJason Fleeman
Fri. 5/8Shreveport, LAThe indoors Club12:00-4:00Bill Phillips
Fri. 5/8Nashville, TNBluegrass Yacht and Country Club5:00-9:00Eric AlexonBill Riddle
Sat. 5/9Knoxville, TNFort Sanders Health and Fitness Center12:00-6:00Eric AlexonJoey Hall

To register, please visit www.growingtennis.com. Click on “training and workshops.”

Learn how you can make money with this revenue generating program.

What others are saying about Cardio Tennis:

“In January 2009 we ran 81 hours of Cardio Tennis classes with the classes split between 1 hour and 1.5 hour. We average 5 players per class using only one court so for January we had 405 participants with a rate of $25.00 per one hour class, our total revenue for January was $10,125.00.” Chris Ojakian, Ojakian Tennis Los Angeles

“Cardio Tennis is the best use of court time compared to contract time, private or group lessons.” Whitney Kraft, USTA BJK Tennis Center

“We have people calling a week early at 5:00 a.m. to reserve a spot in the class.” Troy Robinson, Kinston Country Club

Learn how to successfully implement this exciting program or take it to the next level! Come dressed and ready to participate on court.

Topics to be covered include

  • What is Cardio Tennis
  • Key ingredients of a healthy curriculum
  • How to calculate and measure heart rate
  • How to use heart rate monitors
  • Learn warm-up, cardio games, cool down drills as well as sideline activities
  • Proper tools for Cardio Tennis
  • Learn recommended feeding approaches
  • Unique solutions to Cardio Tennis challenges
  • Special market segments: CT4kids, seniors, advanced

 

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