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‘Cardio Tennis’ Plays Well In Fight Against Obesity and Inactivity

With an ever-increasing obesity epidemic in the U.S., along with 80 million "inactive" Americans, one tennis program—Cardio Tennis—is helping to battle these issues head-on. Developed just nine years ago, Cardio Tennis already has more than 1.54 million participants, and it continues to grow.

Major Tennis Teaching Professionals Support ‘Try Tennis for Free’ Campaign

The country’s two main professional tennis-teaching organizations are supporting a new, industry-wide effort to get Americans to “Try Tennis for Free,” by urging their thousands of certified tennis teachers to offer free sessions to beginners and returning tennis players. Consumers can find these free sessions, and more, at PlayTennis.com.

Find Places to 'Try Tennis for Free' at PlayTennis.com

As more Americans look to stay active and healthy in a fun, social environment, the tennis industry is coming together to offer a way to get into "the sport for a lifetime" for free. By visiting PlayTennis.com throughout the month of May, consumers can find tennis facilities and teaching professionals in their areas offering "Try Tennis for Free" events for beginners and returning tennis players.

Unprecedented Industry Support Makes PlayTennis.com the 'One-Stop-Shop' for Bringing Players Into Tennis

One of the most complete websites dedicated to healthy activity is PlayTennis.com, which helps tennis players and non-players alike get into the game and find programs, lessons, partners, equipment, and much more. And importantly, the most recent independent sports participation research shows that more people are getting out on the tennis courts.

Unprecedented Industry Support Makes PlayTennis.com The ‘One-Stop-Shop’ For Bringing Players Into Tennis

As more Americans of all ages look to get in shape, lose weight and maintain their fitness, they increasingly turn to technology to help them find, track and organize their activities.

One of the most complete websites dedicated to healthy activity is PlayTennis.com, which helps tennis players and non-players alike get into the game and find programs, lessons, partners, equipment, and much more. And importantly, the most recent independent sports participation research shows that more people are getting out on the tennis courts.

PlayTennis.com Improvements Make Site More Mobile Friendly

Recently, the Tennis Industry Association deployed updates to the PlayTennis.com website, making it more user friendly for tennis players accessing the site on their mobile and tablet devices. The site, which was relaunched by the association in May of this year, is a central "hub" of tennis information for tennis consumers, allowing them to quickly and easily find playing partners, places to play, tennis lessons, tennis events, gear reviews, and more.

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