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Dayton, OH Newspaper Highlights Cardio Tennis

Cardio Tennis, now in its ninth year, continues to garner media attention across the country and around the globe. With more than 1.5 million participations in the U.S. and with more than 30 countries delivering the program, media outlets continuously find the Cardio Tennis program a great way to connect with readers about health and fitenss opportunities, as did Debbie Juniewicz of the Dayton Daily News in Dayton, OH.

Cardio Tennis on Morning Schedule at 2014 PTR International Tennis Symposium

Tennis professionals from across the globe who will be attending the 2014 PTR International Tennis Symposium in Hilton Head Island, SC will have the opportunity to partake in free TRX Cardio Tennis sessions on Saturday and Sunday, February 22-23, 2014. Members of the TIA's Cardio Tennis Training team will be on hand to deliver the morning sessions which will begin at 7:15 each day. Pros in attendance of the symposium should reference their welcome packets for specific details on Cardio Tennis class locations.

Cardio Tennis on the Schedule at 2013 USPTA World Conference

TIA Cardio Tennis Manager, Michele Krause, will travel with members of the Cardio Tennis Trainer's team to Orlando, FL, to provide 2013 USPTA World Conference attendees access to free Cardio Tennis and TRX Cardio Tennis morning workouts, in addition to an opportunity to become Licensed Cardio Tennis and TRX Cardio Tennis professionals at paid trainings available on September 23 & 28, 2013.

Halfway Through 2013: A Snapshot of TIA Efforts

For the first half of 2013 the TIA has been focused on industry efforts to grow the game and the business of tennis. Under the direction of TIA President Greg Mason—whose two-year term commenced at the beginning of 2013—and our board of directors, we continue to focus our efforts on our key strategic platforms.

Using TIA Research to Boost Your Biz

Like any business, you need to use all the tools you have to get ahead, including industry research, such as the recently released 2013 edition of the “State of the Industry” report. Here a few of the key findings of the report and what they may mean for tennis providers. (You’ll find more analysis of the research in a story in the upcoming July issue of Racquet Sports Industry magazine.)

To learn more about industry research and reports available, visit TennisIndustry.org/Research or email research@tennisindustry.org.

Cardio Tennis Team Restructured To Deliver Enhanced Training

In continuing efforts to raise the bar and meet the ever-increasing demand for Cardio Tennis (CT) training in the U.S. and internationally, the longtime Cardio Tennis Speakers team has been restructured. The main role of TIA Cardio Tennis Team members is to deliver the highest quality Cardio Tennis and TRX Cardio Tennis Training Courses.

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