10 Reasons Why You Should Play Tennis
Tennis requires concentration and endurance, but it’s also a lot of fun. Are you looking for a great way to get better on the court this summer? Well, we have just the thing that will help!
Attending one of our adidas Tennis Camps this summer is the best way to take your game to the next level. We’re proud to offer camps in 19 different states, and our mission is pretty clear – we want to help players improve while putting an emphasis on a positive and fun atmosphere.
What can you learn at one of our summer tennis camps? With the opportunity to get 30 hours of instruction from some of the sport’s best minds, our training plans generally focus on being a good sport, perfecting your serve, improving form, playing with integrity, preparing mentally and setting goals.
Another great thing about our camps is that it doesn’t matter what your skill level is – whether you’re a top high school athlete looking to play in college or someone that’s just beginning in the sport, there’s a spot for everyone.
So, if you’re a beginner, why exactly should you play tennis? Well, there are plenty of reasons why, but we have 10 great ones right here for you.
Improving Hand-Eye Coordination
That’s not all, though! You can also improve your balance, agility, coordination and reaction time.
Strong Heart, Muscles and Bones
Playing any form of athletics is generally good for your health, but tennis takes the cake – compared to other sports, those who play tennis have the lowest incidence of cardiovascular disease.
If you just play tennis for three hours per week, your risk of heart disease drops a staggering 56%.
Playing tennis is a great way to burn calories and lose some weight – one hour of play equals anywhere between 580-870 calories burned.
Remember when it seemed like you’d never use geometry and physics in real life? Well, this is the opportunity to do so since tennis is a sport based on angles.
According to a study, kids who play tennis regularly get better grades thanks to the enhancement in the neutral connections in your brain.
Tennis allows your capacity to deal with stress to increase since it includes mental, physical, emotional and social challenges.
Improved Social Skills
According to another study, tennis outperforms all other sports with regard to developing positive personality characteristics.
Family and Friends
There are usually tennis courts all over the place, you don’t need a lot of equipment and it’s an activity the whole family to participate.
Develop Teamwork and Sportsmanship
Through team play, league play and doubles play, tennis develops a player’s ability to communicate and work together.
So, what are you waiting for?! If you haven’t tried tennis yet, now is the perfect time to try, and we’d love to help you to continue improving your skills at camp!
Interested in signing up for an adidas Tennis Camp this summer? Click here to find a camp near you and receive more information.