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Group exercise is an excellent way to get motivated and pursue your fitness goals. Our classes range from high-intensity cross training to relaxing (but challenging) yoga and pilates. You also have to option of multiple aquatic exercise classes to get your heart rate up while saving your joints.
Motivation, expertise, and experience. Our trainers are the perfect tool to take your fitness to the next stage. Each of our friendly trainers is nationally certified, and knowledgeable in how the human body works and responds to the right kind of stress.
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We pride ourselves in being one of the most family-friendly environments in the area. Our 16,000 square foot Fun FACtory in unparalelled, with everything a kid could imagine to get and stay healthy. We also offer affordable child care for while you get your own workout in, or anytime.
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We’re proud to offer our members access to an assortment of health and wellness options, from the Retreat Day Spa, to our professional in-house chiropractor. You can also check out our variety of facials and skin treatments offered through our Med Spa.
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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 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...
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...
Playing With A Lead
1.) Stay Greedy Think about a score that motivates you. If you play better behind, pretend you are behind. If you play better even, pretend you are even. Remember, you need to stay hungry because you must earn tennis matches. You need to finish, you cannot simply run...
Red Ball Progression
What do you need to do before you move from Red to Orange Group? Know the shots of tennis and basic technique (ready steps, split, invisible wall, step, swing to the ear or small push forward) Know the traditional footwork moves (ready steps, split step, run to the...
Doubles & 3rd Set Development
Doubles Tips 1.) Move with your partner. If your partner is moving left, you move left. If your partner is moving back for an easy OH then start closing forward and look to poach. If the lob goes over your partner's head then start running back. 2.) Do not be an alley...
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Fayetteville Athletic Club - 2920 East Zion Road - Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
Club Phone: (479) 587-0500 Club Fax: (479) 587-0335