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Sports Science & Nutrition

USTA Texas Sports Science Committee – acts to distribute valid sports science information and promote the use of good sport science principles at and during our tennis activities in Texas. The primary purposes are to improve performance of our players and to prevent injuries that can be avoided by application of sound sport science principles.

DISCLAIMER: The information on this website not an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. 

 

Not Too Early for Hydration Plan

Sports Science & Nutrition

      By  Caroline Sullivan , MS, RD, CSSD, LD  Tennis is a tough sport. You are out there alone on the court with all eyes on you. You’ve got some stuff on your mind, right? Hydration and nutrition might be one of the last things... Click to Read More

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Salute Your Solution

Steve Cobb

Let’s start the New year talking about problem solving. No, not how to get rid of the extra 10-pounds you picked up over the holidays, or how to make ends meet now that your holiday bonus is gone – I’m talking about problem solving during competition. Last year, we... Click to Read More

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Building Upon USTA Texas Foundations

Van Barry

Let me start by saying that it is my great honor to serve as your Executive Director.   As a lifelong Texan I fully appreciate the outstanding tennis traditions we have within our state and I look forward to helping build upon those foundations. I have personally benefitted from many of... Click to Read More

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Butterflies, Excitement, Fun and Questions

Derick Hackett

An exciting time of the year for us Texas tennis "hackers" around the state with tons of questions filling my New Year’s resolution promising and dreaming head. As a USTA Texas member, at the beginning of the tennis year, nothing beats getting that crisp new wrinkle-free ... Click to Read More

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