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St. Pete: Cardio Tennis is coming to town

December 15, 2006 07:52 AM

Participants included: Dave Frieman USPTA District President for Tampa Bay, Peter Keber Host Site General Manager, Orlando Temple, Bunmi Johnson,Roz Morello, Mike Casey Supervisor of Recreation Department of the City of Tampa,Nick Camera, Gary Shepherd, Patrick Derr, Gale Desrosiers, Cody Wall, Sam Vuille, Motez Robinson Jr., Cathy Capito, Chuck Kiser, Rosemary Keller, Kathy Woods Host Site Director, Elizabeth Cusack from Miami, Karen Randazzo, Tracy Florio from Ft. Myers
Front row: (L-R) Michele Krause National Cardio Tennis Program Director, Ted Murray National Cardio Tennis Trainer and Julie Panton Host/sponsor

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Twenty-eight participants attended a Cardio Tennis Training Clinic at the St. Petersburg Racquet Club Friday, Dec. 1, for three hours of on-court basic training during which tennis professionals learned the ABCs of Cardio Tennis.

National Cardio Tennis program director Michele Krause and National Cardio Tennis trainer Ted Murray led the clinic.  Sam Vuille attended the three-hour event.

"The training was very helpful to me," Vuille said.  "Michele and Ted taught us in a nice, lighthearted way.  I would recommend this training to anyone interested in starting a cardio program."

The pace was fast, and participants were provided with essential information about the purpose of the program.  Dynamic, creative activities were introduced, printed materials were provided, and an official Cardio Tennis CD with high energy power music was given to attendees, courtesy of the Tennis Industry Association (TIA).

Rosemary Keller said the workshop was one of the best she had ever attended. 

"I came away from the workshop feeling highly energized and excited about promoting the program," Keller said.  "Cardio Tennis is coming to town!"

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