PROGRAMS

HIGH PERFORMANCE NATIONAL PROGRAM

Our National Program is geared towards provincial and national level players, from the age of 11 and up, looking to compete internationally. The program runs for 36 weeks of the year. Optimally, players in this program are meeting their LTAD recommended training hours and matches played as well as complementing their group training with private training. 

Our programs are designed for long term athlete development (LTAD). Several players from this program have obtained NCAA scholarships upon graduation. We pride ourselves in optimizing the potential of each individual player both in group and private training.

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HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRESSIVE TENNIS

Our progressive tennis programs aim to provide an enjoyable, hard-working environment for kids aged 4-10 allowing each player to develop the necessary skills that enable them to continue their tennis development for life at a high level. Our program is structured so that each individual player grows a passion for tennis as well as a love for competing. Optimally, players in this program are meeting their LTAD recommended training hours and matches played as well as complementing their group training with private training. 

Each lesson contains both tennis and physical literacy components, ensuring that the players develop the fundamentals required for future success at the top level.

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PRIVATE & GROUP FITNESS SESSIONS

Having our athletes strong, fast, and powerful is key to improving their abilities on the court. Group training sessions are targeted at improving players' strength, speed, and flexibility with the goal to create resilient athletes that can play to their potential while at the same time minimize injury risk.

Private and small group sessions are targeted to athletes' individual needs. This is done by assessing the players strengths and weaknesses both on the court and in the gym in order to diagnose their specific fitness needs. A program is then designed to enhance any physical deficits while at the same time, improving their strengths. 

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