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Come on our for our monthly Tennis Social, this Friday from 6:00-9:00pm. It's a US Open theme, so wear Red, White, and Blue or the colors of your favorite country! Club provides the main dish, you bring a side or dessert and your own beverage. Sign up on the bulletin board. Free for members, $10 for guests.
The club is open regular hours on Monday, Labor Day, 6am to 10pm. However, the Jr. Excellence class from 4pm to 6pm will not be held on Monday.
The club will be closing early this Sunday, August 10, at 7PM.
Our First Friday Tennis Social is this Friday, 6-9PM. We have arranged for Wilson to provide some prizes and 24 of their newest demo racquets for you to try this Friday! Reminder, sign up on the bulletin board; free for members, $10 for each guest. The entree will be Chinese Food; you bring the sides and BYOD.
Parents and coaches, we are offering a great opportunity to learn how to coach and instruct kids aged 10-and-under in tennis. On August 3 from 1-5PM, SJSRC will host the USTA 10-and-Under Training course. This is an active workshop on court, so come prepared for active participation and a super fun afternoon. The cost is only $15. See Coach Leslie or email email@example.com for information on how to register.
The club will be closing at 7PM on Friday, July 4. We wish you all a happy and safe Independence Day!
Welcome to Summer tennis at SJSRC! Our daytime schedule of tennis clinics for kids starts on Monday, June 9. Age 4-7 Beg. Red Ball is on Mon and Weds from 10-10:50. Age 7-11 Int. Red Ball is Mon-Thurs from 11:00-12:00. Orange and Green Ball is Mon-Thurs 11:30-1:30. Our afternoon clinics continue on their normal schedule too.
FIRST FRIDAY TENNIS SOCIALS: On the first Friday of every month starting in the Spring we have a tennis social, next one is June 6th from 6 to 8:45 pm, FREE for all members (tennis and fitness), $10 for each non-member guest. This is a chance for everyone to meet people to play with and to have a fun evening. These are Potluck and the club will be providing the Entree, ice, and tennis balls. You bring your favorite side dish and drinks. This First Friday celebrates the French Open, so bring something French themed. Reno and Keith will be leading the charge. Sign up on the bulletin board or at the front desk or email me. Mark your calendar for every FIRST FRIDAY! Note that this social is for ALL members, fitness and tennis. If you don’t play tennis, you can just meet people and have a nice time. If you do play tennis, we’ll set up matches on all the courts and rotate everyone around to meet people. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are coming or sign up on the Bulletin Board. See you a week from today!
Our Director of Tennis, Reno Davenport, was picked as the Professional Tennis Registry Pro of the Year for California. As part of his reward, Reno and his wife are going to Couples Swept Away in Jamaica for Christmas . . . ya'all come for free lessons on clay :)
Willow Glen 5K Packet Pickup is from 2pm-7pm on Tuesday, May 6 at SJSRC. Come on over and check out the club! 1170 Pedro St, San Jose. Have a great race!
Great FIRST FRIDAY Last night. 30 people showed up, everyone had a great time. Lots of tennis/food/drink/talk. Don't miss the next one June 6th.
"Laughter Yoga" is coming to SJSRC starting Friday nights in March! Join us and experience the joy of laughter! Check out our March newsletter for more details.
Our February Heart Month challenge is still going strong! It's not too late to get started, just look for classes on our schedule marked with a heart and have some fun. GET ACTIVE!
Have you taken the challenge? February is Heart Month and we challenge you to get your cardio on! It is not too late to get started, just look for classes on our schedule marked with a heart and have some fun! GET ACTIVE!
If you are looking for something to do indoors this rainy weekend, try one of our cycling classes or Wendy's Total Body Conditioning class. GET ACTIVE!
FEBRUARY HEART MONTH CHALLENGE!! This month we want YOU to take as many of our cardio based group classes as you can! Check out our February class schedule and attend any class marked with a heart to receive a raffle ticket! One grand prize winner will receive a club shirt, and gift certificates for personal training and tennis lessons! Over 100 members have participated in the qualifying classes... Are you one of them? GET ACTIVE!
Come and check out our new "Mind and Body Stretch" class. Take 30 minutes to stretch yourself at 6:45 - 7:15PM on Mondays.
Our tennis balls are inflated to the correct compression, we promise! Come on out and enjoy some tennis this lovely weekend.
Welcome to 2015! It's time to put together a plan to support your New Year's resolutions, and we are here to help if you need it. The club will reopen tomorrow morning.
Happy holidays to all! The club is open until 1pm today and is closed on Christmas Day.
Have you ever gone out to eat – let’s say to a really nice Sunday Brunch. The spread is amazing. Everything looks good – it’s all of your favorite foods: eggs benedict, custom omelets, crepes, thick cut bacon, fresh seasonal fruit… you get the idea. What happens when you indulge in all of it? How do you feel? This is what I see happening with many Norcal players and the USTA NorCal schedule. The NorCal’s staff’s job is to create an amazing “Sunday Brunch” style schedule each year. They want to give you tasty options. Your job is to choose wisely. Too many players are “gorging” themselves on the schedule and end up not feeling so well – over scheduled, juggling multiple teams, injuries, upsets, burn out etc. So after working with hundreds of players, captaining many league teams, and playing in 575 matches, here’s how I’d like you to think about your schedule. I believe there are 3 different types of teams. They are all equally important - they just have different goals. Type Goal 1. Fun / Social Team 1. To have FUN and be with friends 2. Developmental Team 2. To work on your game 3. Championship Team 3. To strive to make it to playoffs and on. Fun, enjoyment and success will happen more often when team captains and players find the right fit. The team needs to be on the same page and aligned around the common goal. It starts with the Team Captain. What type of team do you want to captain? Captaining a team is a LOT of work – so choose carefully. What are your goals? Once you decide this, then decide when you want to captain and then build the team with like-minded folks. On the player’s side, I suggest the same thing. Figure out what your goals are and then choose the appropriate team. It’s all about the right fit. Check with Leslie, Keith, or Reno to choose a team or to Captain.
Beginning this coming weekend, the club will move to its Winter hours. The club will close at 8PM on Fridays and Saturdays beginning on Oct 24.
ESPN ranked tennis as the 7th toughest sport in the world, behind boxing, ice hockey, football, basketball, wrestling, martial arts. By the way, in last place, fishing.