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March 9, 2011

Ships In The Night






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Brent Hunter, USPTA, Tennis Professional, Punahou School, Honolulu, HI demonstrates a cardio tennis drill, "Ships In The Night."

September 24, 2008

The Four Swordsmen






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Ben Erickson, USPTA, Tennis Professional, Punahou School,
Honolulu, Hawaii shows a fun and fast game of "The Four Swordsmen."

May 30, 2008

4 corner drill






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Lee Couillard, USPTA, Head Tennis Professional, Punahou School, Honolulu, Hawaii demonstrates the 4 corner drill. This is one of the best movement and footwork drills for the game of tennis.


October 12, 2007

"Intense" cardio drill






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Michele Krause, USPTA, National Cardio Tennis Director, TIA, conducts a drill called "Intense".

October 11, 2007

"The Shoot" drill







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Michele Krause, USPTA, National Cardio Program Director (TIA) conducts a drill called "The Shoot". Please wait while the movie downloads...

October 27, 2006

Machine Gun 2

Kyle Kaneshiro, K2TENS, USPTA, Head Team member. Kyle shows an exciting fast past volley drill.


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October 5, 2006

Slam'n'Sweat

Slam’n’Sweat has proven itself as the best adult program on the market. Players keep coming week after week as they love the fun play based drills, and great workout.

All the activities in Slam'n'Sweat are play based in that they mirror a game of doubles, albeit at a faster pace. Players are having fun & improving their tennis, and the workout is a by-product, not the main focus. Slam'n'Sweat will ultimately have wider appeal to more players & potential players than other workout programs.

Slam’n’Sweat’s coach/student ratio (1:6) ensures a great workout for players, as well as ensuring a profitable return to the provider.

Slam’n’Sweat is suitable for all levels of adult players, and provides a great start for beginners or a challenge for higher level players.

Minimal equipment is needed; just a basket of balls, a court and an enthusiastic coach.

Slam’n’Sweat is a registered & trademarked product, with ten years of development behind it.

Slam’n’Sweat is professionally presented, with a package of marketing materials designed to help you promote the program effectively.

Exclusive access to web based videos & materials which provide step by step instructions on how to run your Slam’n’Sweat sessions.

Great back-up from the founders of Slam’n’Sweat, Ken Barton & Rob Urquhart. Access to phone & email advice to ensure your program is a success.


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May 13, 2006

Cardio Workout

Michele Krause, National Cardio Tennis Program Director shows a series of cardio drills including the warm-up, hand tossing tennis balls & feeding with the racket. Tracy Austin demonstrates the high swinging forehand and backhand volley drill.


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May 12, 2006

"Basic Training" Step #1

Michele Krause, National Cardio Tennis Program Director gives a short course on using the Polar Heart Rate Monitor. Step #1

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"Basic Training" Step #2

Michele Krause, National Cardio Tennis Program Director gives a short course on using the Polar Heart Rate Monitor. Step #2

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"Basic Training" Step #3

Michele Krause, National Cardio Tennis Program Director gives a short course on using the Polar Heart Rate Monitor. Step #3


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May 10, 2006

Cardio Tennis Highlights, Punahou School

Cardio Tennis Highlights from the May 10, 2006 Cardio Tennis Clinic at Punahou School featuring Tracy Austin, former #1 player in the world and Michele Krause, National Cardio Tennis Program Director.


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May 7, 2006

Cardio Drills

Russ Magoon, USPTA shows three different drills for a cardio tennis class.

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May 5, 2006

Cardio Tennis

Sample of Cardio Tennis Drills featuring Cardio Tennis Professionals Bill Mountford, Heather Silva, Jorge Andrew and Mike Casey. Courtesy Tennis Industry Association. www.partners.cardiotennis.com


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