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Tennis Court Equipment Review - Courtmaster Revolution Tidyfit Net

August 28th, 2014 by Do It Tennis

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When looking for the perfect tennis net you need to consider durability, the amount you plan to use it, whether you want double braid or single braid, and the type of tennis court you plan to use it on.

 

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Tennis Court Equipment Review Gamma Pro Plus 110 Tennis Ball Hopper and Gamma Tennis Ball Mower

August 5th, 2014 by Do It Tennis

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After a long day on the tennis court, the last thing you want to think about is picking up all the tennis balls you have left scattered. Gamma Ball Mower Ballhopper and Gamma Pro Plus 110 Tennis Ball Hopper will easily get the job done

 

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Tennis Court Equipment Review Bakko Single Curve Series Backboard 10’x20’

July 17th, 2014 by Do It Tennis

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Make the Bakko Single Curve tennis backboard your new tennis buddy when you are unable to make it to the tennis club or find a hitting partner.

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The Ultimate Work-out Buddy for the Whole Family

February 27th, 2013 by Suzi Martel

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews, Tennis News, Tennis Lifestyle, Youth Sports

According to Statistic Brain, three of the top ten New Year’s Resolutions are health improvement related. Gym memberships increase by 30% in January, as eager to get in shape individuals crowd into neighborhood gyms, waiting their turn on the treadmills and weight machines. Those who prefer working out at home to avoid the grunting, groaning, waiting, and sweaty odor of a crowded gym, opt to purchase home equipment; usually a treadmill for a more private work out in a more ambient atmosphere.

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Edwards Tennis Nets: You Don’t Hear About Them, Because They Work So Well

January 14th, 2013 by Christopher Mohr

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When it comes to managing sports facilities, it’s a great day when certain topics don’t come up. If you operated softball diamonds for championship tournaments, you wouldn’t want to deal with complaints about the dimensions of the playing fields. At the end of the tournament, it’s your hope that no one ever brings the matter up, because no one ever gives praise for a properly configured field. In tennis it’s no different. If tennis nets, posts and the court surface are not within specifications, people will complain but if they are reliable no one notices or comments.

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Non-Profit Seeks to Make Tennis Backboards More Easily Available

January 8th, 2013 by Christopher Mohr

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews, Tennis News

Many campaigns have been launched in the name of improving diet and fitness in recent years. A few years ago, the National Football League started the Play 60 campaign encouraging children to be active at least 60 minutes a day in an effort to prevent child obesity. Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop founded Shape Up America in 1994 to address obesity. Many other organizations dedicated to health and fitness like these were created to promote and educate the public about fitness and more healthy lifestyles. One of the more unusual ones, Project Tennis Backboard, seeks to make tennis backboards more available to the public.

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What to Look for When Shopping for a Tennis Backboard

August 8th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

A practice tool in tennis can be as simple as a wall, but then again, all walls aren’t created equal. Tennis backboards provide great practice opportunities for people without access to a full court or a partner to return their shots.  You may be wondering why a backboard would be needed when any simple flat surface would suffice, but the backboards being created have advantages like sloping as well as more sturdy materials to keep the surface from getting warped or chipped.  In this article, I will discuss the materials you should look for in a backboard, the different types of sloping, the manufacturers that can make them, as well as some things to look out for if you are thinking about purchasing one.  Old backboards were often made of wood or brick, which is more likely to warp with excessive moisture or heat.

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What You Need to Know About Tennis Net Posts

May 2nd, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

When installing a tennis court, many people consider the net, fences, court surface, even the drawn on lines, but the tennis net post is the most crucial aspect of putting together a tennis court. Without a sturdy base and even alignment, the net can sag or be pulled too tight, changing the dynamics of a court to be unplayable. Unless you’re playing at Wimbledon…

 

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Are You In The Market For a Tennis Stringing Machine?

April 30th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

If you play tennis frequently, and hit the ball hard, chances are you have broken a string or at least had to replace a set of strings sometime in your lifetime. Playing with a broken or malfunctioning set of strings can make tennis unbearable, so you need to get them replaced. To do that, you need a tennis stringing machine, which you will probably see at your local tennis club or shop. Just like lacing up your shoes…

 

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A Tennis Ball Machine Can Be One of the Best Hitting Partners

February 25th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

The best way to improve your tennis game is practice, but what if you don’t have another person to play with, or they are far too different a skill level to improve your game? That is where a tennis ball machine comes in handy, and the two best companies to buy one from would be Lobster and Tennis Tutor. Lobster is known for their ...

 

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