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Scenes from a Tennis Tournament by elizabeth Posted Sun 22 Aug 2010 7:31pm You're too short to play us, said the boy looking Oliver up and down when we arrived at the public tennis courts. Oliver looked at me, nervously, but he also rolled his eyes. Why is that? I asked. Well, you know. When you're short, you can't reach high to get the ball. That's why Russians play the best tennis. His Russian grandmother, ... Read on »
Unleash Your Inner Athlete in 2011 by Heather C. Posted Tue 04 Jan 2011 12:00am By Christina Simon, Beyond The Brochure Have you ever thought of doing something totally new? Something you’ve never done before?  Well, I did.  I took my first tennis lesson at age 43. During both my pregnancies I gained a lot of weight (50 pounds each time, to be exact). To lose the weight, I worked out at a rigorous boot camp ... Read on »
Getting The Children Outside by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Jul 2012 7:10pm From The Ramona Sentinel….. It is summer and when I take one of my daily hikes or take a drive in my less than luxury automobile I find one perplexing problem in our fair town. Ramona does not have a recreation department like one in cities that I grew up in, but it does have plenty of athletic fields at schools and in parks. I will no ... Read on »
Vegging Out! ... by strawberryshortstuff Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Vegging Out! Good Morning Everyone! I hope you’re all enjoying your loooong weekend! I know I am! I’m not doing anything special  but it certainly feels good to think that I’m NOT back to work tomorrow! Although I haven’t gotten much R&R in this weekend, I feel great about what I have done! Yesterday the bf and I were SUPER bu ... Read on »
Tennis Days by oatsandspice Posted Thu 24 Mar 2011 8:29am Some of you may know that I was an avid tennis player growing up. I lived at tennis academies, spent my weekends traveling the country for tournaments, and ended up playing at a division I college. Sweat, tears, and joy were the results of my tough-love for the game. Thinking back, I never have really showed you my “world of tennis” in pictures. ... Read on »
How to Ditch the Gym and Rescue Your Finances by shesafitchick Posted Mon 12 Mar 2012 9:06am {The following is a guest post} Many people have started the New Year with a brand new gym membership and a resolve to exercise several times a week. After a few months the gym is usually dropped or only sporadically visited. In order to save money there are cheaper ways to exercise. People usually opt to drop their gym membership ... Read on »
Running and other adventures in Mexico... by ndscott Patient Expert Posted Sun 30 Nov 2008 12:21pm One cool thing I've managed to do this year is actually go out and run while on vacation. In the past I have had grandiose plans to do just that but it never actually happened. So, this year (with the exception of our trip to Italy) I've actually managed to do it each time we've been away and it's been great. I haven't run in too many exotic l ... Read on »
Short introduction of the Loxfords by vemonprotein09 Posted Tue 14 Jan 2014 10:03am The Loxfords is a luxury collection of one, two and three bed apartments and three and four bed townhouses, set around a stunning landscaped garden . Taking over Loxford House, a beautiful huge stately home in North London that was one time residence to The Dent relatives, The Loxford is comprised of 82, and bedroom apartments and bedroom luxury ... Read on »
Use of Artificial Grass for Tennis Court by Jime Jonson Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 8:00am The cost of maintaining a tennis court with natural turf is really very expensive. You have to continuously check for the quality of the surface, the quality of the grass, the length of the grass, etc. All of these require a lot of expenditure as well as manpower that can do the maintenance work and keep the court in a better condition for the va ... Read on »
How Healthy is Your City? The ACSM American Fitness Index by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 05 Jul 2012 11:05am I just learned that Boston ranked #3 in the ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine) American Fitness Index for 2012. In short, it is the third “healthiest” metropolitan area in the country. After just learning how healthy Boston is for one’s skin , this news has made my week. I’m honestly amazed that Boston ranks higher than some of the as ... Read on »