Adult Aerobic Tennis
Our aerobic tennis programs are designed to get you moving while also teaching the fundamentals of tennis, including: stroke development, footwork and match strategy. These clinics are best suited for intermediate players.
If you are looking for a beginning level clinic, we encourage you to register for one of our Adult Summer Clinics.
How do I register?
To register, click the registration links above beside the program offerings. Each participant in your family will need to create a free USTA account.
Accounts for adults are free to create - only the free version is needed to register for our summer programming. Adults who are interested in registering for USTA leagues or tournaments will eventually need to upgrade to a paid USTA membership.
Where are the clinics located?
All of our clinics will be held at Bloomington High School South.
What do I need to bring?
Every player should bring a tennis racquet, tennis shoes, and a water bottle. If you do not have a racquet (and are not able to purchase one prior to the start of clinics), please let us know ahead of time and we can have one available for you to borrow.
How many participants are in each session?
We do our best to maintain coach-to-player ratios of to 8-to-1.
What is the rain plan?
Unlike other sports that are able to play during a light drizzle or soon after the rain stops, it is NOT safe to play on tennis courts that are wet. We will notify you of any rainouts via email.
Can I make-up a session I miss due to illness or travel?
We staff our clinics based on the number of participants registered in each time-slot and want to ensure the proper coach-to-player ratios are being maintained. Thus, we are unable to allow shifting between time slots to accommodate for missed clinics due to personal reasons.
We will NOT be requiring masks during our clinics. However, you are welcome to wear one if you prefer. Our coaches will not be wearing them, as the majority of the coaching staff is fully vaccinated and participants will gain more from the clinics if coaches are able to communicate clearly across the court.