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Développé en Europe par Street Tennis SAS, Street Tennis est un jeu de by akong Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 2:32am  tennis complet portatif (raquettes, balles, filet et lignes), qui permet de jouer sur n'importe quelle surface (gazon, bitume, terre, etc.) et d'obtenir les mêmes sensations que le tennis traditionnel. Pratique, il se monte et se démonte facilement en 2 minutes. Le kit comprend un équipement complet pour 2 à 4 joueurs, des lignes en tissu et des ... Read on »
Melbourne’s Leading Chefs + Top Tennis Players = Taste of Tennis Australia by www.foodrehab.com.au Posted Mon 14 Jan 2013 5:53am If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like if you were to get Melbourne’s leading chefs and the world’s top Tennis Players cooking it up in one room (no, not Captain Planet), then all you had to do was step into the recent 4th Annual Swisse Taste of Tennis Australia shindig which was held at the Grand Hyatt on 10 January. Whilst it was an ... Read on »
Tennis Elbow Does Not Affect Tennis Players Alone by hqbk Posted Fri 20 Jun 2014 4:06am What is Tennis Elbow? Also known as lateral epicondylitis, tennis elbow is a painful condition of the elbow caused by overuse. Tennis elbow occurs when the outside elbow tendons joining the forearm get inflamed, causing pain and tenderness in the outside elbow region.     What are the Causes? Tennis elbow is mainly triggered by repeti ... Read on »
International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA) Announced Creation of the Paul Arber Young Tennis Coaches Award by Gcl P. Facebook Posted Mon 20 Jan 2014 6:03am Atlanta, GA, January 20, 2014 - The International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA), a tennis fitness certification and education company targeted at tennis coaches, strength and conditioning coaches, trainers, physical therapists and other tennis specific specialists, today announced the creation of the Paul Arber Young Coaches Award. This awa ... Read on »
How To Reduce Computer-Related Elbow / Tennis Elbow Pain by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 8:42am 1 Comment Contour RollerMouse PRO Reduces Computer-Related Elbow Pain: Computer-users frequently suffer from elbow pain due to poor ergonomic set-up. The most common elbow pain conditions is lateral epicondylitis or more commonly called "tennis elbow". Lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is a form of tendonitis, it is the inflammation of the tendons ... Read on »
The Simple Joys of Tennis by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 06 Jun 2009 10:46pm Richard.Fisher Sport of a Lifetime Tennis if anyone has been inspired by Pete Sampras, McEnroe or more recently Roger Federer they will know the joys of tennis. It’s the sport of kings or what some like to call the “Sport of a LIfetime” any how its a game of pure elegance and mastery. I have always loved tennis for the dedication, prec ... Read on »
Of Tennis Balls, Walkers and Alternatives by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 15 Mar 2011 9:00am Certainly you have noticed people with walkers who use tennis balls for braking and stability. Turns out there's a better way. NOVA, a supplier of independent living products has created a web site to educate people on the dangers of using tennis balls on the bottom of walkers. And they have ted it to a contest. NOVA will reward one ... Read on »
Is Tennis Ace Novak Djokovic’s Recent Success Due to His Gluten-Free Diet? by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sat 04 Jun 2011 11:03pm Despite his upset in the French Open semi-finals this weekend,  24-year-old tennis star Novak Djokovic’s recent hot streak has captivated the sports world. Perhaps even more newsworthy is Djokovic’s claim that his gluten-free diet is responsible for the recent (some would say radical) improvement in his game. According to the Wall Street J ... Read on »
BBC Article: Tennis Anyone? by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 12:45am From BBC News: Hundreds of patients in the East Midlands are using a supply of free tennis balls to help control the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. The tennis balls were donated to Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust by the Nottingham Tennis Centre. Parkinson’s disease patients experience a stiffening of the fingers ... Read on »
Tennis anyone? This is what Crystal and I do between... by Madsweat Health Maven Posted Thu 10 Apr 2014 5:58pm Tennis anyone? This is what Crystal and I do between clients… Oh did I mention it’s 94° right now!! Feeling hot hot hot! #tennis #fitness Read on »