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    • 1.

      How to Improve Your Serve in Three Easy Steps

      by Leonard Rogalski - 2006-12-01
      Imagine a beautiful summer day, no clouds, very little wind, you toss the ball up as your opponent awaits.Boom! You aced him.Again and again it happens.Each time your confidence grows until you know y...
    • 2.

      A Diet Where You Can Eat Whatever You Want

      by Steve Hill - 2006-12-07
      Now I am not sure about you but I can not get to grips with most of the so called best ever diets. This may be because I have a lack of discipline or perhaps it is my huge love of food and fatty foods...
    • 3.

      Beating Depression. Is Work Stress Getting You Down?

      by Graeme Lanham - 2006-12-08
      John was a hard working and caring teacher. He loved his job, despite increased workload pressures and the demands of extra curriculum activities. He regularly took work home and his wife often compla...
    • 4.

      Table Tennis

      by Eddie Tobey - 2006-12-20
      Table tennis is a game similar to lawn tennis, usually played by two or four players on a table with wooden paddles and a small hollow plastic ball. As in lawn or indoor tennis, the table has a net th...
    • 5.

      Tennis Courts

      by Eddie Tobey - 2006-12-20
      The game of tennis is played on a court, a rectangular (78 feet by 27 feet for singles matches, 78 feet by 36 feet for doubles matches) flat surface made of grass, clay or concrete. A net runs paralle...
    • 6.

      The Ugly Truth About Tennis

      by Sergio Cruz - 2006-12-31
      For parents and "wannabe" professional players it is hard to understand that this highly competitive sport of tennis seeks the boundaries of the maximum capacity of human efficiency. Neither do they r...
    • 7.

      The Real Purpose of Tennis Practice

      by Scott Groves - 2007-01-05
      What is the main purpose of practice?Well, let me start by telling you what it's not. It's not to improve your strokes (not directly anyway). It's not to work on footwork or even concentration. These ...
    • 8.

      Knee Pain or Something Else?

      by Andrew Loughray - 2007-01-07
      Pain in your knee?Sometimes when you have knee pain and you've been to see specialists and nothing seems to be the answer, you do wonder whether you'll end up needing divine intervention. With biomec...
    • 9.

      How to improve your tennis skill

      by Bangkokian Bangkokian - 2007-01-16
      How to improve your tennis skill As we know that every tennis players are always try to improve their skills. However, there are only few of them are successful. This is because most of tennis pl...
    • 10.

      Weight Training Fights Osteoporosis

      by Robert Palmer - 2007-01-26
      Loss of bone mass, or osteoporosis, is something we all face as we age. Other factors besides age such as low calcium intake, use of certain medications, menopause and smoking contribute to os...