Rain Days

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  1. AdvocateTDV

    AdvocateTDV New User

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    I've got 2 questions for the board:

    1. What do you do as a tennis player (personally) when it rains and you just want to do tennis or something tennis-related really badly?

    2. What do you suggest I do with my team when it rains?

    Thanks in advance for your input and advice! I'll be using this season.
     
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  2. tennis-skater

    tennis-skater Semi-Pro

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    i have indoor racket ball courts by my house at the local rec center so sometimes i just go and hit against the wall.
    and for team just make them run. have a conditioning day and get tennis videos and watch them like the instructional videos., and if your talking about juniors get some tennis movies that have new games on them
     
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  3. zhan

    zhan Banned

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    conditioning days are nice
    but people are always sooo lazy to just do the treadmill or something
     
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  4. GRANITECHIEF

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    Mud football, mud soccer and especially mud mountain biking are great for conditioning days.
     
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  5. AdvocateTDV

    AdvocateTDV New User

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    Thanks for the ideas thus far, and I will definitely use some of them...

    However, I have men and women to take care of on a rain day, so do you all suggest that I make them play mud football? :)
     
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  6. GRANITECHIEF

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    Absolutely, I've never seen women play mud football, but i think i'd like it. I'd probably even like it more to play with them, especially 2 hand touch.
     
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