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Our wide range of classes includes something for everyone.

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Mind/Body

These unique classes can help you relax, stretch, or sweat. Whatever you need, it’s here. All while improving your mobility and core strength.

Strength & Cardio

Our bodies are made to move. Moving around increases blood flow to our muscles, strengthens the heart and lungs, and teaches the heart to work more efficiently. FAC offers a wide variety of cardio and muscle strengthening classes, including the popular Les Mills formats. Take a class and leave more energized, confident and proud.

Cycling

Join the fun and the calorie-burning workout of a Cycle Class. This cardiovascular workout is on a stationary bike, on which the tension can be increased and decreased based on the rider’s preference. The amount of resistance you apply, as you gain strength and endurance, is up to you. With the music playing and the instructor leading the way, it is amazing how you can feed off the energy of the other riders. The Spin Classes we currently offer are described below. All group exercise classes are included in your membership.

Aqua Fitness

These classes are offered in the swimming pool and great for a full body workout without all of the impact that traditional group fitness classes have on your joints. We use water weights and noodles for resistance exercises in the pool.

Senior Fitness

Seniors will learn safe and fun exercises that will help you to improve your quality of life. It’s never too late to improve your strength and mobility, we’ll prove it to you.

 

YAH – Young at Heart

Young at Heart is our functional training class for our members over the age of 60. Seniors will learn safe and fun exercises that will help you to improve your quality of life. YAH classes are offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:30 AM and are taught by Olympian Rueben Reina.

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Play Singles Like Doubles

1.) High % first serves either up the T or into the body 2.) High % returns primarily cross court 3.) Rally primarily cross court 4.) Slowly work your way into the net and look to finish 5.) Great energy with your feet and be active 6.) Manage your emotions and stay...

Injuries, Rest, & Fall

INJURY GUIDE Injuries in tennis most often occur from 1.) overuse and 2.) technique. Playing too much, especially combined with technical issues, can lead to pain and eventually an injury. String and racquet choices can lead to injuries sometimes but usually poor...

FAC Labor Day 2022 Holiday Operating Hours

FAC LABOR DAY OPERATING HOURS - 2022 FAC Club open 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Poolside Cafe open 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Aqua Aerobics class:  9:00 - 10:15 AM Tennis Center open:  9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (no Cardio/Fast Feed classes) Group Fitness and Waymo classes cancelled Kids FACtory...

Top 10 Tennis Issues

1.) Thinking too technically Example: Thinking technically when you shouldn't Solution: Know when to think technically (privates, warm up, drilling) and when to think tactically (point play) 2.) Thinking about what other are thinking or going to say regarding our...

Offensive Skills

Offensive skills in tennis are: 1.) Heavy top spin 2.) Hard slice/Touch slice 3.) Flat/Power/Less Spin 4.) Taking the ball earlier/attacking the net 5.) Changing direction of the ball Notes from the week: 1.) Most players unfortunately choose flat/power/less spin when...

Quality of Ball

1.) Skills of Tennis: Consistency > Accuracy > Movement > Spins > Power 2.) Offensive Skills of Tennis: Heavy Top Spin, Slice, Flat/Drive/Power, Change Direction of the Ball, Take the Ball Early/Attack the Net 3.) Quality of Ball > Rally Ball. A rally...

Fight = Toughness + Professionalism

In tennis one of the buzzwords that gets thrown around a lot is fight. Everyone wants to be known as a fighter or identified as someone who fights but very few people truly understand what it means to fight. What does it mean to fight on the tennis court? When you...

Winning Mindset

The key to peak performance, as a tennis athlete, is your mind! Your winning mindset is about developing a “habitual mental attitude” that will respond to situations in the right way and allow you to win more often.   Although you may spend hours preparing...

Connection of Practice & Tournaments

1.) Do the small things right at practice. There are obvious things you should do at every practice, like give good effort, but the small details might make all the difference. Starting behind the line for every suicide, having proper technique during the warm up, or...

Just Make Balls

What Does it Mean to Make Balls? Know your ability level and stay within it. Your ability level is a combination of how hard you can hit the ball and how close to the line you can hit. All tennis players should constantly be improving their ability level and...

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Fayetteville Athletic Club - 2920 East Zion Road - Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703

Club Phone:  (479) 587-0500   Club Fax:  (479) 587-0335