FitReserve Studio Spotlight: Tennis in Manhattan

01.29.2016

Tennis players in New York know that getting court time in Manhattan can be far from easy. Get ready to rejoice, though, because you finally have a convenient outlet to practice your Venus and Serena skills! Operating at three convenient locations, Tennis in Manhattan offers instruction for all skill levels. At the risk of dropping a tennis pun, you’ll “love” upping you game with top tennis pros in these luxury facilities.

Neighborhoods: Upper East Side (2 locations), Midtown

Classes Offered: Beginner Clinic, Advanced Beginner Clinic

Why We Love It: Not only is getting court time in Manhattan easier than ever, it’s also more luxurious. These swanky tennis clubs will have you sweating in style.

Why It's So Effective: Blast away calories while having a blast on the court. Improve your aerobic fitness and speed by running around on the court, your leg strength with constant starts and stops, your arm and core strength with every swing, and your hand-eye coordination while (ideally) making contact with the ball.

Know Before You Go: Classes are held all over the city, so pay attention to the class schedule when you book. Classes are held in the following locations:
Sutton East Tennis Club: 488 East 60th Street
Yorkville Tennis Club: 1725 York Avenue, 3rd Floor
Vanderbilt Tennis Club: 15 Vanderbilt Ave, 4th Floor

Don't Miss: Tucked away away from the bustle of commuters, don't miss Vanderbilt Tennis Club on the 4th floor of Grand Central Terminal with iconic windows overlooking 42nd Street and Park Avenue.

Added Bonus: Towels, showers, and lockers are offered free of charge, and tennis racquets can be rented for $10. Want an in-depth analysis of your skills? Check out the Slow-Motion Video Analysis on the practice courts to see where your strokes need the most improvement. 

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