Elevate Your Game: Top Five Tennis Tips for Intermediate Players

Tennis racquet and balls

Tennis is a dynamic and rewarding sport that combines physical skill with mental strategy. As players transition from beginners to intermediate levels, the path to improvement can become less about mastering the basics and more about refining technique, strategy, and mental game. This article outlines the top five tennis tips to help intermediate players take […]

This Quarantine Life

I first told the CHHRC marketing department that I would draft a blog post shortly after COVID took hold and the club shut down, but I just couldn’t get my thoughts together; they were changing daily as has my relationship with fitness and healthy eating in the last six months (SIX?!? Has it really been […]

Try a class, then try it again!

Speaking from the perspective of a total novice when it comes to participating in classes in a gym, attending a class workout can be totally intimidating and overwhelming, right? Do you feel the same? Going into a new environment, doing something I’ve never done before, and doing it all in front of people that I […]

CHHRC Summer Camps

It’s hard to believe we are already talking about summer camp, but here we are! While it may technically still be winter, I know this thought is going through many parents’ minds….WHAT am I going to do to keep my kid(s) entertained ALL. SUMMER. LONG. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE my child, but keeping […]

Road to Boston | Facing Setbacks

It’s likely that, at some point of your fitness goal, you will encounter a setback. A setback is anything that delays or reverses your progress; in some cases, it can cause a temporary defeat. Setbacks come in many forms: it can be life stress, job related or an injury. In my case, it was the […]

Junior Tennis Lessons at Cherry Hill Health & Racquet Club

Have you considered putting your younger child into sports training? Programs for children ten and under are increasing in popularity as parents recognize the benefits of getting little ones to listen to directions, move their bodies, and get a jump start on their athletic skills.  I had no idea that even my four-year-old would benefit […]

Where My Big Girls At?????

You guys!!!!!!  I have big news!!!!!  I am still exercising at least 7 hours a week!!!!  In December of 2018, I decided to make physical health a priority.  For about a year, I was figuring out what number priority it was in my life — for a good part of that year, it was like […]

Love Thyself

I like the idea of Galentine’s Day. Women celebrating their friends and fellow womankind. It should happen more often.   In my first post, I mentioned that I was on a bit of a fertility journey. It has changed how I see my body and how I care for it. I gained upwards of 40 […]

Valentines Day

In Honor of Valentine’s Day, I’d like to share the reasons why I love CHHRC. When my gym closed last year, I never thought I would find a comparable gym. My old gym was a caring, social and family friendly environment. I looked around at several local gyms and nothing compared to my old gym […]

Road to Boston | The Grind

Right about this time in my training—the build phase—things start getting real. The excitement induced by signing up or qualifying for a major race and starting a race-specific training plan, wears off as the miles increase over the weeks. This is what I call “The Grind.” I was reading an article in Forbes, “Reasons Why […]