What will I need to run a Cardio Tennis session?
- Rackets - People new to tennis might not want to buy a new racket before they start.
- Balls - Slower balls are essential to the delivery of Cardio Tennis.
- Heart rate monitors – Using heart rate monitors will show participants how hard they are working and count how many calories they are burning.
- Music – Music adds motivation to your Cardio Tennis class and re-enforces the fact that it is a fitness class rather than a tennis lesson. Please note copyright licenses may be required. Find out more about music copyright licenses.
- Side-line activity – The more equipment you can bring on to court the better. Agility ladders, cones, medicine balls and skipping ropes are ideal.
- Medical declaration form - Download the medical declaration form to ensure all participants are ready to play Cardio Tennis.
- Visit the Cardio Tennis shop
Cardio Tennis lesson plans
Cardio Tennis videos
Watch the latest Cardio Tennis videos which include drills, warm-ups and games.
Promoting Cardio Tennis
Use promotional materials to help advertise your Cardio Tennis course using resources on My Tennis Toolkit.
Visit the Cardio Tennis shop for additional resources to help you promote your Cardio Tennis sessions.