Winter 2018 Adult Programs

Cardio Tennis

Our most popular and signature program is what the AFTC is all about — health, fun, and fitness.

Cardio tennis has become known as the third way to play tennis. This calorie burning, agility, skill building fast-paced class gets you so motivated, you want to do more. Players work at their own pace and there is no pressure to compete.

Our cardio classes focus on developing skills, correct footwork patterns and game strategies. Monitoring your steps keeps you moving throughout the class

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Cardio Tennis?
Cardio Tennis is a fun, group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high-energy workout. Cardio Tennis includes a warm-up, cardio workout and cool down. If you want to find a healthy, new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you should try Cardio Tennis.

What are the major benefits of Cardio Tennis?
Participants consistently elevate their heart rates into their aerobic training zone. You can burn more calories than playing singles or doubles tennis. You get short cycles of high intensity workout and periods of rest similar to interval training. It is a fun, group activity where players of all abilities enjoy tennis together. While you are playing tennis, the primary focus is on getting a great workout.

Why is Cardio Tennis better than other forms of exercise?
While other activities give you a great workout, Cardio Tennis challenges you in so many ways. Running, moving sideways, stretching, etc. Your heart rate also goes through high intensity segments followed by a short period of recovery. This is very similar to interval training. One of the major benefits is the social aspect of Cardio Tennis. Players in Cardio Tennis socialize and have fun! You are not confined to a boring machine like many other fitness activities.

How does one know he/she is getting a good workout?
In our programs, participants burn more calories during a Cardio Tennis session than by playing singles or doubles. They also spend more time in the aerobic zone. Players can check their heart rates either with self checks or by wearing a heart rate monitor. Cardio Tennis gets a person's heart rate up and it stays there for virtually the entire time.

Is the program used widely?
There are almost 2000 facilities offering Cardio Tennis throughout North America and Cardio Tennis is also offered in 30 countries.

Is Cardio Tennis good for beginners?
Cardio Tennis is an excellent way for beginners to get into the game and have a fun workout - all at the same time. Because an integral part of the Cardio Tennis program includes using cardio balls (red, orange and green lower compression tennis balls), true beginners can begin to play immediately and even be on the same court with players of more advanced ability levels.

Is Cardio Tennis Safe?
Cardio Tennis is a very safe and healthy workout. The 3 segments of warm-up, cardio and cool-down, the skill of the professional, as well as, the use of cardio balls, makes it much safer than playing with regular yellow tennis balls.


**Tuesday's night class is an introductory class for players new to the cardio tennis.

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Day Time Begins Ends No Class Cost
Lunch Time Classes
Monday 12:05-12:55pm January 8 March 26 February 19, March 5 $106.00
Tuesday 12:05-12:55pm January 9 March 27 March 6 $116.50
Wednesday 12:05-12:55pm January 10 March 28 March 7 $116.50
Thursday 12:05-12:55pm January 11 March 29 March 8 $116.50
Friday 12:05-12:55pm January 12 March 23 March 9 $106.00
Evening Classes
Monday 6:00-7:00pm January 8 March 26 February 19, March 5 $127.25
Tuesday** 6:00-7:00pm January 9 March 27 March 6 $140.00
Wednesday 7:00-8:00pm January 10 March 28 March 7 $140.00
Thursday 6:00-7:00pm January 11 March 29 March 8 $140.00
Weekend Classes
Saturday 9:00-10:00am January 13 March 24 March 10 $127.25
Saturday 10:00-11:00am January 13 March 24 March 10 $127.25
Saturday 11:00am-12:00pm January 13 March 24 March 10 $127.25

We realize many people work flex/shift hours or travel and are not able to sign up for a regular time each week. We offer two options:

  1. Sign up for a full session and secure your spot. If you are not able to attend a class, call to see if a spot is available at another time.
  2. Buy a coupon book of 10 punches for $150 and have the flexibility to attend any of the cardio classes. Coupons are valid for the fall session (September – December). You must call in advance to see if space is available. No drop-ins will be accepted unless there is an open spot.

Hours of Operation

8:30am – 10:00pm
Seven days a week

If no courts are booked, we may close early.

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