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Written by Chris Mullins   
Sunday, 05 December 2010 08:00

 

Pump Tennis is a new and fun group tennis activity, incorporating up-beat music, that results in its participants improving their tennis fundamentals while gaining a high-energy fitness workout. This unique workout not only helps to refine essential tennis fundamentals, but also gives a market leading chance to understand and manage the important mental aspects of a game of tennis....

If you are looking for a great new way to get in shape, burn calories, improve your game AND have fun, then Pump Tennis is for you.

Benefits Of Pump Tennis

Participants are encouraged to maintain *PRE of 6 - 8  their heart rates into their aerobic training zone.

It is much more fun than working out on a machine or other fitness activities.

You get short cycles of high intensity workouts, almost like interval training.

It is a fun, group activity where players of all abilities enjoy tennis together.

While you are playing tennis, the focus is primarily on getting a great workout.

You naturally improve your game because you hit so many balls and repeat various shots.

*(PRE = perceived rate of exertion between 1 - 10)

 

Pump Tennis Is Suitable For:

Anybody looking to raise their fitness level and refine tennis fundamentals at the same time;

People who want to workout in the company of a friendly energetic atmosphere in the fresh air;

All ages and skill levels. [Skill levels are used to determine players groupings]

 

Pump Tennis is for people who want to get a serious workout, and have a lot of fun in the process. To improve our overal health and reduce the risk of heart disease, we need at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise every day.  Pump Tennis goes a long way to helping you realise this target.

 

Pump Tennis is designed to elevate each participants heart rate into their recommended heart rate range, and stay there.

 

 

Recommended Heart Rate Range

 

The basic calculation is:

 

220 - the person’s age = a person’s maximum acceptable heart rate

The player’s ideal cardio tennis workout zone is 65 to 85 percent of this number

 

 

What the experts say:

 

“Tennis can be a great activity for improving agility and endurance,” says Dr. Cedric Bryant, fitness expert for the American Council on Exercise (ACE). “It works on muscular endurance, conditioning of the major muscle groups of your lower body, and can work to improve your flexibility. It also is a very effective calorie burner, so it can help with weight control.

 

 

Program Details

 

Number of Participants: Maximum 6 per court

Number of Lessons: Recommended twice weekly

Lesson Duration: 45 minutes

Refer Program Schedule for Timing

 

See pricing page for package discount details

 

 

Registration

To register, please call                         +65 6336 2701             or email us @ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or stop by the courts in person!

Give us a call on                         +65 6336 2701             or email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

 

 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 August 2012 18:50
 

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