Get Into Cardio Tennis is a fun, new way
to get moving! It’s tennis, but not as you know it!

There are no courts.
There are no nets!
There are racquets and balls.
And we are in the park.
Interested in organising a session close-by?
Contact the Get Into Cardio Tennis team today!

About the program

Get Into Cardio Tennis is a game-based group session. Each 30-45 minute session is made up of a warm up, series of game-based activities and a cool down.

You’ll find that the session flies by very quickly as we keep you busy and moving. The activities are low-impact and you can wear a pedometer that will count your steps. On average, people take between 3,000 and 4,000 steps in a 45-minute session. This is a really fun, social, new way to get that all-important physical activity into your day.

We use modified racquets and balls. The racquets are 25″ (regular racquets are bigger) and we use lower compression balls which bounce better on the grass and help you to have better control than regular yellow tennis balls.


Program background

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Get Into Cardio Tennis is a great way to facilitate some physical activity for your staff. It’s fantastic as a team building activity, or just as a new way for staff to get into the great outdoors and get moving.

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Our deliverers would love to welcome you to a session. They are all qualified PT/Group Fitness trainers and/or Tennis Australia- qualified coaches. They will support you throughout your session to make sure that the activities are suitable and effective for you. Most importantly, they make the sessions fun, social, and safe.

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Introductory level program

You don't need any existing tennis skills or level of fitness to enjoy Get Into Cardio Tennis.

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Looking for information about the original Fitbit Cardio Tennis program? You can find out more about our court-based program on the Fitbit Cardio Tennis website.

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If you’d like to find out more about tennis in Australia, please visit the Tennis Australia website.

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