Education for Tennis & Fitness Professionals
- Certified Tennis Professionals
- Certified Fitness Professionals
- Other Facility staff such as front desk personnel and management
What Happens During Cardio Tennis Training?
- A condensed version of a true Cardio Tennis class
- What it is like to be on the receiving end of the ball so you know what the consumer is experiencing.
- Training with a heart rate monitor
- Proper feeding techniques
- Hands on practice on delivering your own Cardio Tennis experience
- A variety of activities for warm-up, cardio, cool down and cardio blasts
- Delivering a safe and healthy workout, utilizing all the tools
- Marketing and promoting your program for optimal success
- Providing the ideal workout for each person based upon their fitness and ability level
- Playing games in the Cardio Tennis class
- The six components, purpose and benefits of Cardio Tennis
- The 3 segments of a proper Cardio Tennis class
- The importance of drill based and play based exercises
- How to deal with mixed ability levels
- Heart rate and heart rate monitor training
- A Certificate of Completion
- Information on music and heart rate monitors
- Information on how to become an Authorized Provider
Training Requirements - United States
Beginning in 2012, Authorized Providers of Cardio Tennis in the US are required to attend a course to become a Licensed Cardio Tennis Professional. If you have attended a course anytime from 2012 to date, you are considered current. If you attended any course prior to 2012 you will be required to attend another course as the product and education has changed significantly since it was introduced in 2005. Facilities which are considered part of the Cardio Tennis Instructors Network should have at least one tennis professional on staff who is a Licensed Cardio Tennis Professional.
Training Requirements - Internationally
Cardio Tennis Consumer Events
Looking for a great way to kick-off or re-launch your program? A Cardio Tennis consumer event is a high energy Cardio Tennis spectacle that is sure to create attention and buzz from media and consumers.Led by a TIA Cardio Tennis Trainer it can include multi-court Cardio programming with music, heart pumping drills, a flurry of high fives and heart rate monitors. A consumer event is 90 minutes and includes 15 minutes of consumer education and HRM training, 60 minutes Cardio Tennis class, 15 minutes wrap up and Q and A. To schedule a consumer event please email Michele@CardioTennis.com for more information.