Tennis is another fun way to get fit
Since spring has sprung and summer is around the corner, consider including tennis as a part of your regimen to get outdoors and stay in shape this year. Whether you are looking for a sport to help achieve your weight loss goals, or a social activity with friends or a sport for the entire family to do together, tennis is the way to go. Tennis is fun, easy exercise and the USPTA through its delivery system of more than 15,000 members offers a wide array of tennis programs for all age and skill levels.
Why should you choose a USPTA-certified tennis-teaching professional? The USPTA strives to elevate the standards of tennis-teaching professionals and coaches and does that by delivering the highest level of educational tools and programs for its membership. With USPTA, you are guaranteed top-notch instruction, the premier tennis certification, proud professionalism and the most comprehensive continuing education program in the industry.
The USPTA has made it extremely easy for consumers to find a USPTA-certified tennis-teaching professional in their area through usptafindapro.com. It is one of the most effective places to search for a tennis-teaching professional, look for a job, and for employers, to post jobs for free.
Find-a-Pro has extensive search features that allow people to not only search by ZIP, but also to specify a number of miles from ZIP in their search to give more results. You can also search by state or by a person’s last name by using the alphabet list. When searching by ZIP, the results are listed from closest to farthest. All other search results are in alphabetical order by member name. There is also a link to members’ USPTA websites, so that people can find out more about individual tennis-teaching professionals.
So, why not add tennis to your list of activities this summer? Visit usptafindapro.com today to find a USPTA certified tennis-teaching professional in your area.
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