Plan to join MTVAC for the 13th annual Swing for Pink fundraiser on October 19, 2018. Tennis round robin, silent auction, wine tasting and more! Our goal is to raise $20,000 for local breast cancer groups that help patients battle the disease.
Work out and improve your tennis game with the new Ball Machine Rapid Fire Tennis Clinic. Great for players of all levels to improve accuracy, reaction, stroke and more with the guidance of a tennis pro.
Ever wonder if the tennis ball spin effects its bounce? Mike Oelschlager and Alex Echeverri did, so they tested it out for their regional science fair experiment, right on the MTVAC tennis courts!
Do you have four weeks? Then you can work in athletic performance training for a 5k or 10k. Make the most of your runs with threshold and race pace workouts, then strength train twice a week.
Already a busy and accomplished year for our MTVAC staff. From PTR Young Professional of the Year, to featured presentations and winning golf tournaments – Mount Vernon athletics are in full swing at MTAVC!
Since 2006, Mount Vernon Athletic Club has been hosting the Swing for Pink and swing for fun charity event and has raised over $153,000 for the fight against breast cancer. The funds raised are used in the local Alexandria community, specifically at the Breast Care Institute at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital and Inova Alexandria Hospital Cancer Center. Read more to find out how much was raised this year!
Do you know what stroke is, the symptoms to look for, or how to prevent it? Inova Mount Vernon Hospital helped educate MTVAC members on stroke and even offered blood pressure checks – the best way to prevent stroke.
Kids get a boost in self esteem, motor conditioning, flexibility and cardio when they participate in holiday junior tennis camps at MTVAC!
Be mindful of what you are eating, enjoy it, and make sure to get in some healthy options – just a few Nutritionist tips to help you avoid winter weight gain!
From supporting Mount Vernon community events to helping MTVAC members raise funds for the causes closest to them, MTVAC is firmly rooted in the Greater Alexandria community.