Tennis Camp 101

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Are you looking for advice on structuring tennis activities for a camp or other large groups of kids? SportsScotland has developed a curriculum (PDF) designed to help you teach specific tennis skills to kids. Their PDF covers a wide number of fun exercises designed for pairs and small groups to help you choose the best game for your class structure and learning goals.

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Building a Backyard Tennis Court

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August is the heart of pro tennis season, and with plenty of inspiration available, there’s no better time to introduce a child to the sport. With plenty of action and scope for practice hand-eye coordination, tennis is a wonderful sport. Many communities and schools have courts that are open to the public for free, but if you’ve got space and a passion for the sport, Realtor.com has some solid advice for building a court of your own, so you and your family can easily pop outside to play any time you like.

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Tennis for Tots

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Are you a big fan of tennis? Introduce your little ones to the sport in a lower-pressure setting with the help of these games, recommended by LiveStrong.com. Designed to help them practice and develop specific skills without putting on the pressure that comes from playing full out tennis, these games offer some great ideas for setting your kids up for a life-long love of tennis.

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Bike Ergonomics

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Safety, speed and comfort on a bike start before you even take it home. If you’re in the market for a new bike, or if you’re thinking about getting into biking as a serious sport, you want to be sure that you bike fits you properly. The pros at Bicycling.com explain how to choose a proper fit to make sure your biking experience gets off to a smooth start.

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