Adult Tennis (Ages 16+)
ADULT TENNIS PROGRAMS (Ages 16+)
Program Schedules: Winter 2018 Adults New!
For students with little or no previous tennis instruction. Students will be introduced to the forehand, backhand, serve, and basic vocabulary. Class goal: maintain a six-to-ten shot "short court" rally and serve an average of 1 out of 3 balls into the correct service box.
For students completing Beginning Tennis or equivalent. Students will learn movement to ground stroke rallying and improving serving technique. Class goal: maintain a full-court rally and serve an average of 1 out of 2 balls into the correct service box.
For students who have completed Advanced Beginning or equivalent. Students will be introduced to volleys and overheads while improving the forehand, backhand and serve. Added movement becomes a key component at this level.Class goal: to be able to play a singles or doubles match.
This class is recommended for students that play at or above 3.5 NTRS. Class includes competition drills and live matchplay situations.
Prerequisite: Intermediate course or instructor approval. Workouts cover ground strokes, volleys, overheads, and serving drills. A great class for those wanting to move and hit lots of tennis balls.
Learn to lob, drop shot, and half volley in this class as our instructors work on your touch/finesse. Each class will focus on one or two specific shots.
This class will give you an edge over the competition through proven techniques and strategies that you can implement in your game right away. The class will cover a variety of common scenarios to help tailor your game with the perfect strategy.
SERVE, RETURN, & BACKHAND
These classes are designed to improve one specific tennis stroke that may be giving a player the most trouble. Technical improvements, strategic advice and practice tips will be provided throughout the program.
This fitness class will help you improve your tennis stamina, speed up your first step, gain strength and add power to yourgame. Burn up to 1000 calories an hour in this class. Includes less instruction and focuses on “hitting on the move”.
To register, click here or call (925) 945-0105 for more information.