Congrats to Ryan Colby, a former MTVAC and BCTA tennis player who is at the top of the USTA Mid-Atlantic ranks in his 14s age group. Ryan is also a straight A student taking upper level courses. His sights are set on playing tennis at the University of Virginia or Stamford!
Vanessa Marin appreciates that MTVAC is clean, the equipment is new and she never has to wait to use machines or weights. Her son loves taking tennis lessons and husband uses the racquetball courts. MTVAC is truly an Alexandria VA fitness center for families!
Blue Chip Tennis Junior Cole Henceroth – the Highest ranked 10 year old in the 12 and under national rankings – gets a full Wilson Gear Sponsorship!
Congratulations to BCTA Head Pro Jeremy Carl, the USPTA Mid-Atlantic 2017 Professional of the Year! Jeremy was awarded for his commitment to spreading the game of tennis to the USPTA Mid-Atlantic and local communities.
Wondering if you should hire a personal trainer? Here are 10 reasons why personal training is a good investment, from staying motivated to training for a new sport or event.
Blue Chip Tennis Coaches Tim Bainton and Jeremy were involved in the USTA High Performance Continuing Education Program February 3-5, 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama. The tennis coaches training program was held in conjunction with the Davis Cup, which USA won!
Worldgate Tennis in Herndon, Virginia heats up in winter because it’s the perfect time to play indoor tennis! The kids look forward to playing in tournaments as a part of the Blue Chip Tennis Academy Junior Tennis Player Pathway.
MTVAC member? Make sure you take advantage of free fitness Alexandria, VA programs like 360 Start Up and Quarterly Fitness Updates!
During the 2017 Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) Symposium annual awards Tim Bainton won Virginia Member of the Year. This award is presented to a PTR member who has shown dedication and diligence in promoting and supporting tennis and PTR.
USTPA and Blue Chip Tennis Academy pro Farley Youman explains how to find and use the best video clips showcasing tennis skills, then edit them together and send the YouTube link to college tennis coaches. Show off and score a scholarship!