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Tennis at Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Harlem Junior Tennis and Education 1 Photo

Our programming is broken into three distinct levels Grassroots & Futures, Tournament Leveland The Tournament Team. 

Programs:

  • Grassroots I (ages: 7-10 yrs old) — It is our beginners' class. These students use the larger, softer and slower tennis balls referred as the Red Ball - enabling them to see them clearly and diminishing fears of treacherous faster, higher bouncing balls. The emphasis here is on understanding the game and acquiring basic skills. We focus on preventing frustration by keeping it as simple and enjoyable as possible. Grassroots I meets twice weekly for a total of 3 hours total;
  • Grassroots II (ages: 7-10 yrs old) — It is our advanced beginners' group. This group begins to transition from the larger, softer and slower Red Ball tennis balls to the Orange Ball and begins to focus on developing the hand-to-eye coordination skills needed for the next stage. They also start to play recreational games, competing with each other. Grassroots II meets twice a week for 3 hours total;
  • Futures (ages: 7-10 yrs old) — Formally known as "Munchkins". Group accepts 12 to 15 students who have the skill sets to play on a more regular basis. Focusing on specific areas of their game, these players transition from purely recreational to competitive recreational play taking part in tournaments with kids from other areas. Futures meet 3 times weekly for a total of 4 hours;
  • Tournament Level (ages: 11-14 yrs old) — Tournament Development Stage (TDS) I group, usually 20-24 students, isn't age limited, but typically works with kids ages 11-14 who are still playing recreational tennis but trying to get into competitive play. The workload is more intense and expectations are higher. Physically, they are stronger than Munchkins but need more knowledge and skills for infrequent tournament play. TDS I meets Wednesday, Friday and Saturday;
  • Tournament Development Stage (TDS) II (ages: 15-17 yrs old)  — This group is similar to TDS, except players are older and their play is more competitive. TDS II groups usually number 20-24 players. Focusing on high school tennis, they play against students from different schools. Schedules are set by the public school system and our players learn to manage their time effectively. Classes meet Wednesday, Friday and Sunday;
  • Tournament Academy Stage (TAS) I (ages: 11 - 13 yrs old) — Admits a dozen students to play competitive tennis only. They have developed beyond recreational play and are trying to achieve a USTA ranking to allow them to further their game, with an end goal of winning college tennis scholarship. In addition to training, TAS I players play a maximum of 2 tournaments per month;
  • Tournament Academy Stage (TAS) II (ages: 14 - 18 yrs old) — This group shares the same goals as TAS I but compete on an even higher level. Their goal is to win a scholarship at a NCAA Division I university. Division I schools include Ivy League Colleges, leading West Coat schools, traditionally Black colleges like Howard and Hampton University and nearby Fairleigh Dickinson and Fairfield University. TAS II students play a maximum of tournaments per month to earn a ranking and have program play 5 days a week;
  • Tournament Team — The Tournament Team represents our top-level players aiming for higher academic and tennis achievement. This select group of high potential players, across all ages, demonstrate an ability and desire to pursue higher academic and tennis achievement. Members of the team receive financial assistance for private coaching, HTJEP programming, tournament costs and more. Players train 4 days a week and compete in 24 tournaments per year;
  • Outdoor Season (Summer Programs) — HJTEP offers Summer programming for beginning players and high performance tournament level players. The Beginners Day Camp is offered at Howard Bennett Park and the Tournament Training Camp location is TBD.

Esu Ma'at — Tennis Consultant. Mr. Ma'at is a graduate of our program. Now a USPTA and USTA High Performance-certified teaching professional, he joined our staff in 2002 to ensure effective training of coaches and to develop intermediate and tournament level players. Since 2002, his coaching philosophy has produced over 100 section-ranked, 20 nationally ranked and 24 varsity student athletes on college tennis teams. Mr. Ma'at attended Farleigh Dickinson University on scholarship, where he played #2 Singles for 4 years; the last 2 years he was an All-American. He holds a Masters in Sports Management from Columbia University.

Simone Spigner — Assistant Manager of Tennis Programming. Ms. Spigner, a graduate of HJTEP, is a head coach of entry-level programs for our youngest players. She is a PTR-certified teaching professional with more than 10 years of experience in coaching. She attended South Carolina State University on a 4-year tennis scholarship. Simone was promoted to Assistant Manager of Tennis Programming in 2017.

Coaches:

  • Ben Johnson;
  • Sam Fumi;
  • Patricia Zapata;
  • Joel De Los Santos;
  • John Fumi;
  • Brandon P.
40 West 143rd Street office address New York City, NY 10035
  • 212-491-3738
  • 145th Street (900 ft) IRT Lenox Av
  • 135th Street (2000 ft) IRT Lenox Av
  • Harlem – 148th Street (2200 ft) IRT Lenox Av
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2019.01.19
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Progarms:

  • Junior Development — Ages 7- 16, all levels. This high energy 1 hour program focuses on technique, stroke and movement. Your child will develop the skills to take their game to the next level. Our USTA certified pro’s will analyze each student, place them in an appropriate group and monitor their progress;
  • Tiny Tots — This program is designed for our youngest players, ages 4 to 7. Tiny Tots is a fun way to introduce kids to tennis. The program is taught on a smaller court using mini nets and foam balls. Our age –level appropriate drills will teach your child the basics including hand-eye coordination, movement and agility;
  • Summer Camp — We begin at 10 am with some exercise and stretching and then we hit the courts for fun-filled drills to improve their skills. We break for lunch from 12-1 in our beautiful outdoor patio. The afternoon is for match play where the campers learn how to keep score, construct a point, and strategize a match. We end our day at 4pm with positive comments from our instructors;
  • After-school programs;
  • Adult — Our vigorous programs combine technique, skill and strategy in a friendly atmosphere. We offer 1 or 2 hour programs weekdays, weekend, mornings or evenings;
  • Weekend and evening adult clinics — These are designed to improve your game with drill based instruction;
  • Cardio Tennis — It is a high energy program delivering a full body, calorie burning tennis workout.
2 West 96th Street Central Park West & West 96th street New York City, NY
  • 212-316-0800
  • 96th Street (100 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 103rd Street (1900 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 96th Street (2200 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2019.01.23
Tennis at Gotham Tennis Academy - Dalton School Physical Education Center Gotham Tennis Academy - Dalton School Physical Education Center 1 Photo

Junior programs:

  • Quickstart — For our youngest beginners and advanced beginners, ages 3 to 7, 45 minutes and 1 hour classes;
  • Junior Development Program (JDP) — 1 and 1.5 hour classes for beginners to intermediate levels, ages 6 to 12;
  • Advanced Training Program — 2 hour classes, intermediate to advanced levels;
  • High Performance Elite Player Training — By invitation only;
  • Private Lessons for Junior Players;
  • Summer camps.

Adult programs:

  • Adult Clinics 90 minutes and 120 minutes;
  • Cardio Tennis 60 minutes;
  • Private Lessons for Adult Players.
200 East 87th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues New York City, NY
  • 212-423-5443
  • 718-665-4684
  • 86th Street (600 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • 96th Street (2400 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • 77th Street (2800 ft) IRT Lexington Av
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2019.01.29
Tennis at Gotham Tennis Academy - Equinox Sports Club NY Gotham Tennis Academy - Equinox Sports Club NY 1 Photo

Programs:

  • Quickstart — For our youngest beginners and advanced beginners, ages 3 to 7, 45 minutes and 1 hour classes;
  • Junior Development Program (JDP) — 1 and 1.5 hour classes for beginners to intermediate levels, ages 6 to 12;
  • Advanced Training Program — 2 hour classes, intermediate to advanced levels;
  • High Performance Elite Player Training — By invitation only;
  • Private Lessons for Junior Players;
  • Summer camps.
160 Columbus Avenue between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-362-6800
  • 718-665-4684
  • 66th Street – Lincoln Center (500 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2019.01.29
Tennis at Metrotennis Community Tennis Association Metrotennis Community Tennis Association 1 Photo

Services:

  • WTT Rec League — WTT is a mixed-gender recreational tennis league played with a team format in the United States. WTT will then host National Qualifier Playoffs for each league with a minimum of 4 teams, which lead to the National Playoffs. Each team requires a minimum of four players, 2 women and 2 men to play an entire match. Each team has a 15 minute warm up. Home team captain must submit starting lineup to opposing team captain before the start of each set. Each team captain has until the end of the five minute break between sets to submit starting lineup for the next set;
  • Corporate Leagues — Post match social hour, with food, wine and beer, offers networking opportunities. Our corporate league is open to all companies and any ability level. Division winners may advance to Regional and National WTT Championships
  • Play Tennis NY — Our successful adult beginner tennis program. We work with parks, tennis clubs, and school to create a great intro program for adults in NYC;
  • MetroActivites — This section lists those programs that do not require membership to a private club. These may be either social or instructional in nature, and price ranges vary;
  • Sets in the City — A new monthly event for 21-35 year olds looking for a fun way to enjoy tennis, tast beverages and interesting people; 
  • Tennis on the Town — Tennis on the Town is a monthly event for 21+ year olds looking for a fun way to enjoy tennis, tasty beverages, and interesting people. All playing abilities are welcome.
456 West 43rd Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-244-2845
  • 347-886-3117
  • 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal (1600 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 50th Street (2500 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Times Square – 42nd Street (2600 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2019.02.02
Tennis at Metrotennis CTA - Harlem Armory Tennis Center Metrotennis CTA - Harlem Armory Tennis Center 1 Photo

Services:

  • Corporate Leagues — Post match social hour, with food, wine and beer, offers networking opportunities. Our corporate league is open to all companies and any ability level. Division winners may advance to Regional and National WTT Championships;
  • Play Tennis NY — Our successful adult beginner tennis program. We work with parks, tennis clubs, and school to create a great intro program for adults in NYC.
40 West 143rd Street between Lenox and Fifth Avenue New York City, NY 10035
  • 212-281-5431
  • 212-244-2845
  • 145th Street (900 ft) IRT Lenox Av
  • 135th Street (2000 ft) IRT Lenox Av
  • Harlem – 148th Street (2200 ft) IRT Lenox Av
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2019.02.02
Tennis at Super Duper Tennis Super Duper Tennis

At Super Duper Tennis, we teach the FUNdamentals of tennis to kids in an educational, safe and exciting environment that enhances self-esteem, builds confidence and overall love for the game. We focus on simple and fun teaching techniques, developed and supported by the USTA (United States Tennis Association).

Programs:

  • Mini Aces (3 years) — This is a "get ready for tennis" class where the focus is on developing motor skills, athletic skills, tracking and hand-eye coordination. Children learn to trap, hit off the roll and volleys through interactive games;
  • Tiny Aces (4-5 years) — Players learn the basics of tennis through fun, interactive methods of teaching. Classes focus on developing basic athletic skills, tracking, hand-eye coordination as well as fundamental tennis skills through games. Children learn to hit off bounce and volleys through interactive drills and games;
  • Little Aces (5-6 years) — Players develop athletic skills that help them be better tennis players. In addition, players learn fundamental tennis skills including the basic strokes - groundstrokes and volleys, as well as overheads and drop-hit/feed. Classes focus on swing path fundamentals with each stroke through fun and interactive methods of teaching;
  • Big Aces (7-9 years) — Players learn technical and tactical tennis skills, while continuously building athletic skills. Classes focus swing path fundamentals, classic grip and stroke development for the basic strokes learned in Little Aces and get to learn a new stroke - the serve;
  • Grand Aces (9-10 years) — Players learn technical and tactical tennis skills, while building athletic skills. Classes focus on stroke development, classic grips, and swing path fundamentals;
  • Camps — We offer super duper camps ranging from 1.5 to 3.5 hours of tennis and fun. All camps are based on age-specific lesson plans to ensure each child learns while having a great time. Join our camps in the school year breaks and holidays and throughout the summer.

Coaches:

  • Coach Leo (regional program director & head coach) — Hi is a USPTA Certified Professional Coach. As a 4-year varsity team member and 3-year Captain of his team, he played three years at first singles and helped bring home a division title in 2000. Leo was also an All-Shore and All-State soccer player. Leo has since earned his certificate as a USPTA Professional Coach and has devoted himself to continuing his education in tennis and sharing it with others. As NJ’s Regional Manager, his goal is to make his city (Hoboken) and surrounding cities a hotbed for youth tennis;
  • Coach Steven (regional program director & head coach) — Hi is a USTA 10 and Under Certified Coach. Born and raised in the Bronx, Coach Steven started playing tennis at the age of 6. Basketball was his first sport but he decided to stick with tennis. He is finished his bachelor's degree in business management and enjoyed a stellar playing career at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. As a member and captain of the tennis team he won Rookie of the Year, First team all conference all four years and a two-time Player of the Year;
  • Joy Ann (manager & coach) — She is CPR Certified. Despite a later start to her tennis career, Joy fell in love with the sport during her Sophomore year. By her Junior year, she made second doubles varsity and became a semi finalist in the Hudson County High School Tennis Championships. She was also named to the All Hudson County Tennis Team. She recently graduated from Kean University with a Bachelor’s in Arts of Psychology.
222 Broadway between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 888-982-9218
  • Fulton Street (200 ft) BMT Nassau St
  • Fulton Street (200 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Fulton Street (400 ft) IRT Lexington Av
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2019.02.25
Tennis at NFCH SPORTS NFCH SPORTS 1 Video

Our indoor tennis program runs at two Manhattan locations on the Upper East Side. All our sites are custom designed and specifically sized to teaching tennis to younger children between the ages of 3 to 9. We arrange the groups according to age and playing level. NFCH SPORTS keeps the number of students in a class to a 4:1 student to teacher ratio so that your child will get the proper attention he or she deserves.

605 East 82nd Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-772-1058
  • 86th Street (3800 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • 77th Street (3900 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • Roosevelt Island (5100 ft) IND 63rd St
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2019.02.26
Tennis at The River Club of New York The River Club of New York

From social round robins to regular weekly games to competitive tournament play, we have something for everyone when it comes to tennis.

Our tennis pros offer individual and group lessons to develop and improve each member’s skills. Additionally, our Sports Floor Manager is adept at arranging games no matter a player’s skill level or goals — from a friendly mixed doubles foursome to a highly competitive "A" Level match.

For junior players, we feature customized instruction designed to help your child develop a lifelong love of tennis with equal emphasis on technique and sportsmanship.

447 East 52nd Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-751-0100
  • Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street (2000 ft) IND Queens Boulevard
  • 51st Street (2600 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • Lexington Avenue – 59th Street (3200 ft) BMT Broadway
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2019.03.03
Squash at The River Club of New York The River Club of New York

Instructor — Yasser Kamel.

Yasser has earned a strong reputation in the NYC squash community, having spent over 15 years at the New York Racquet and Tennis Club as well as working with elite juniors and running high-performance camps. Prior to teaching and coaching, he spent four years competing all over the world at the highest levels.  Yasser currently works at the New York Athletic Club.

447 East 52nd Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-751-0100
  • Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street (2000 ft) IND Queens Boulevard
  • 51st Street (2600 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • Lexington Avenue – 59th Street (3200 ft) BMT Broadway
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2019.03.03
Swimming at The River Club of New York The River Club of New York

Our swim instructors offer classes and lessons for all levels using American Red Cross swimming standards.

447 East 52nd Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-751-0100
  • Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street (2000 ft) IND Queens Boulevard
  • 51st Street (2600 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • Lexington Avenue – 59th Street (3200 ft) BMT Broadway
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2019.03.03
Golf at The River Club of New York The River Club of New York

A six weeks program designed to keep up your game and sharpen your golf skills in the off-season.

Programs:

  • Ages 8 to 12 — This group needs to have little to some golf skills;
  • Ages 13 to 18 — This group will work with video technology, TrackMan, and foresight to prepare to compete in the summer.

Instructors:

  • Matthew Atkins — Head Golf Pro. With over 10 years of experience beginning at Westchester Country Club, Matthew Atkins has a diverse background in the golf industry focused on instruction, fitness, and golf technology;
  • Brittany Testa — PGA Golf Pro. She is a currently a certified PGA Golf Professional at The Maidstone Club. Brittany began playing golf at a young age and competed all four years on her high school varsity golf team in Washington D.C. before going into the Professional Golf Management Program at Clemson University. Brittany is a US Kids Golf Certified Coach. She specializes in diagnosing swings and finding the best way to help each player improve;
  • Eden Foster — Golf Consultant. Ranked Golf Magazine's Top 100 Instructors, Eden will oversee the development and implementation of our new golf program. Eden was a member of the golf team at Eastern New Mexico University where he majored in Finance and minored in Psychology. At the age of 29 he was selected to be the Head Golf Professional at the Maidstone Club where he has held this position for 24 years;
  • Tanner Stuart — PGA. Tanner is the First Assistant Golf Professional at Plandome Country Club in Plandome, NY. Tanner went through the Professional Golf Management Program at Penn State University. While in college, Tanner worked and studied at the Penn State Golf Teaching and Research Center. He set the groundwork for his teaching accompanied by his education as a TPI, US Kids Golf, and TrackMan Certified Professional.
447 East 52nd Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-751-0100
  • Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street (2000 ft) IND Queens Boulevard
  • 51st Street (2600 ft) IRT Lexington Av
  • Lexington Avenue – 59th Street (3200 ft) BMT Broadway
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2019.03.03
Baseball at New York Empire Baseball New York Empire Baseball 1 Photo

Programs by type:

  • Our daily after school programs separate players by age and skill and teach intensive lessons in a fun environment. We head indoors to the gym on rain days for the same fun-filled training and game play;
  • Teams: Travel — New York Empire Baseball’s 9U-16U Travel Teams are based in Manhattan. Players train weekly on the field and are welcome every night indoors in live batting practice to hone their skills as often as they choose. Travel Baseball roster sizes are kept intentionally small to maximize playing time for each team’s players, so competition for a spot on any team is high. The core of New York Empire Baseball’s 16U travel team has been together for over 17 seasons, a testament to the culture and performance of the organization and the team;
  • Teams: Club League — New York Empire Baseball’s Club League Teams are for players ages 4-11. While competition at these levels is not as strong nor intense as our travel program, the Rookie, A, AA, and AAA programs maintain a healthy level of competition while focusing on building the skills needed to succeed on- and off-the-field.  Many players progress from this program to Travel Baseball, while others stay in the Club League Program;
  • Position Specific Training — Hitting Instruction (Using the latest research, technology and video analysis, HIT teaches players of all ages how to truly become successful hitters), Pitching Instruction (Using the latest research, technology and video analysis, PITCH teaches players of all ages how to truly become successful and healthy pitchers), Catching Instruction, Baserunning Instruction, Infielding & Outfielding Instruction;
  • Camps (for players between the ages of 4 and 16) — Players are grouped by both age and skill for the best development experience. Players train in groups and can also choose to focus on skills such as pitching or specific positions during the Camps. Camps are available on school holidays and throughout the Summer and are available for half-days, full-days or entire weeks. Camps are both indoors and in Central Park, among other fields around the City;
  • Indoor Baseball Leagues — Featuring a 27 foot high “northern-sky” and real-feel turf, in addition to live pitching (never machines) in all programs and games. Players can sign up individually or as a team (with 4-6 players) and will play a game each week for the entire season – in baseball or softball (slow or modified);

  • Open Gym.

Programs by age:

  • 4-6 years old — Players learn critical skills on the baseball field – and are taught the same mechanics as our older players – in easier to understand methods;
  • 6-11 years old (Single A, AA, AAA) — Players are not just playing baseball. They’re baseball players. They’ll continue to work on the fundamental skills and begin to apply them in game situations;
  • Middle School / High School — Players ages 11 and up are preparing to play higher levels of baseball – while continuing to enjoy more competitive baseball each week. Players learn advanced pitching, hitting, fielding and baserunning skills.

Coaches:

  • Chris Carrano;
  • Tony Galvin;
  • Tucker Piner.
251 West 60th Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-706-9296
  • 66th Street – Lincoln Center (2000 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 59th Street – Columbus Circle (2400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 59th Street – Columbus Circle (2500 ft) IND 8th Av
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2019.03.19
Baseball & softball at The Pier, Park and Playground Association The Pier, Park and Playground Association

Francisco Perez — He grew up playing baseball and his credentials speak for themselves: played junior college ball in Texas, played in the Seattle Mariners farm system, and even attended the New York Yankees’ spring training in 1995.

Programs:

  • Summer camps (ages 5-14) — Each day begins with an all-camp gathering and ends with an all-camp event. The rest of the day is divided into morning skills sessions and drills and afternoon baseball games separated by lunches served by our coaches. We play games every day in a coach-pitch framework designed for lots of hitting and fielding and "on-the-job" training. Lunch is on us;
  • After school program — If your school can gather up 4 or more kids, transportation can be provided from other schools depending on location, dismissal time, and the number of requests;
  • School holidays camps — Drop them off for a day long holiday camps. Same idea but more fun and games, it's a day off from school after all;
  • Little league instructions — P3 Coaches are available to provide expert instruction to volunteer coaches and help provide leagues with additional oversight and coaching to their players;
  • Private instruction — Coaches employed by Pier Park & Playground Association (P3) are available to arrange with you for private lessons for your child at times when they are not being paid by or under supervision of P3 and when there are no other programs in session at the facility.
353 West Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-989-3764
  • Houston Street (1800 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • Spring Street (2500 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Christopher Street – Sheridan Square (2800 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
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2019.03.19
Baseball at Planet Baseball Planet Baseball 1 Photo

We offer instruction and coaching from Division I and Division III college coaches, in an environment that supports friendly competition. One full week with our visiting College Coaches creates a new atmosphere for high school players. A true preview of next level baseball.

Planet Baseball’s founders have over 20 years of combined experience at collegiate and professional levels (national and international). Our staff and visiting coaches have included current college coaches, former professional players, and pro scouts, and event coordinators from professional sports organizations.

Collectively, we have worked and coached at hundreds of college and pro showcases, camps, clinics, and tournaments on 6 continents. We have had 400+ players, from 49 different states.

301#3E West 108th Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 646-820-6005
  • Cathedral Parkway – 110th Street (500 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 103rd Street (1400 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Central Park North – 110th Street (2100 ft) IRT Lenox Av
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2019.03.24
Baseball at The Baseball Center NYC The Baseball Center NYC 4 Photo

Programs:

  • The Junior Slugger — The Baseball Center NYC teaches players ages 2-4 years old the most basic fundamentals of baseball by focusing on the development of important skills such as concentration, flexibility and hand-eye-coordination;
  • After-School — The perfect one hour training activity designed to teach new skill sets for the Rookie Ballplayer up to the aspiring All-Star. Featuring a newly formatted curriculum highlighting individual goal charts and weekly contest leaderboards, your child’s five tool progression (throwing, catching, hitting, base-running, and concentration) will be tracked as they learn the fundamentals and mechanics of the game of baseball in a fun and upbeat environment;
  • The Winterball — The Baseball Center NYC features a nine-week indoor baseball season devised to address position-specific warm-ups and drills, key fundamentals, and teamwork, with each class concluding with an in-cage baseball game;
  • Summer Slugger — Ignite your Junior Slugger’s (2–3 years old) love for the game of baseball with nine weeks of fun and activities held inside air-conditioned training facility. Each child will learn the basics of the game as our professional instructors teach the fundamentals, hand-eye coordination, flexibility and overall concentration;
  • Private Groups — The Baseball Center offers the added flexibility of scheduling specialized private group sessions specifically for your child and his/her friends. We offer year-round classes, seven days a week, for players ages 2–12, with allowable skip dates each semester.

Outdoor Leagues:

  • Spring | Fall Outdoor — Commissioned by the Management Team of the Baseball Center and coached by our elite roster of former D1, D2, D3, and Minor League players, The NYC Stars Baseball League is a unique program offering ballplayers ages 4-12 years old the opportunity to participate in competitive baseball;
  • The NYC Stars Travel Baseball.

Camps:

  • Camp Pre-Game — Early AM summer program, Camp Pre-Game, designed for children who just can’t wait to start playing baseball;
  • Summer Camp — Coached by our staff of professional instructors, Summer Camp features both outdoor and indoor skill training as well as fun and games designed to enhance any young baseball enthusiast’s summer;
  • Extra-Innings Camp — For children ages 6–12 years old. Consisting of Contests, Leaderboards and Prizes, Extra-Innings Camp is designed for players looking to play ball until Mom calls them home for dinner;
  • Diamond Camp — For players ages 4-12 to play on an off-day. Warm up drills, position specific instruction followed by an in-cage game fills a perfect day off from reading, writing and arithmetic;
  • NYC Stars Summer Camp — Under the direction of our NYC Stars Program Manager, Lance Williams, this summer camp includes a fun and focused series of training sessions targeting players’ core skills, mechanics and overall conditioning.
202 West 74th Street between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-362-0344
  • 72nd Street (600 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 79th Street (1500 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 72nd Street (2100 ft) IND 8th Av
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2019.03.25
Badminton at New York City Badminton - Humanities H. S. New York City Badminton - Humanities H. S.

Head coach — Mr. Chibing Wu. He is currently one of the very few National Level  (Level 4) coach in the east coast of the state. Under his leadership, we have assistant coaches went under USA Badminton Federation Coaching course in 2010 and graduated with National Level (Level 2) coach certificates. Former China National Team player, 3rd place in World Championship, 1st place in USA National. Coached Spain Olympic Team, Coached USA Olympic Team.

Lessons:

Group coaching — Maximum 4 students per coach will be taken per session. Club Coaches (they are  all A-level players of our club or regional tournament winners, they also hold USAB recognized national certificate) provide training session and detailed guidance while head coach Chibing Wu closely monitor the progress of the coaching.

Adult & Junior Classes:

  • Badminton Technique training — Racquet gripping technique, Racquet swinging technique, Serving, Drop shoots, Forehand / backhand net control, back court lifting, High clear control. Footworks, overhead high clear, etc.
  • Physical strength and stamina training — flexibility, balance, coordination, speed, strength, stamina, sense of game control, game strategy, etc.

Private coaching — Individual (private) lessons are offered to players of all levels and ages. Course length can be 30 minutes or 1 hour.  Coach will demonstrate and guide you through the session focusing on various techniques and improving individual skills.  This is accomplished by demonstration, repetitive practice and constant instruction.

Summer camp & After School Program

Classes:

  • Starter — build skills from a scratch, accurate format ( posture and footwork ) from the beginning, develop competitive spirit;
  • Intermediate — build a solid foundation for advancing to a higher level, develop the ability to participate in competitive games;
  • Advanced — advanced techniques, stamina and footwork, strategies;
  • Private (only after school program).

All after school program are designed and instructed by Head Coach Chibing Wu. The students will start all aspects of badminton techniques with the best and most professional instructors in Metro area.

351 West 18th Street New York City, NY
  • 646-271-3228
  • 14th Street (900 ft) IND 8th Av
  • Eighth Avenue (1300 ft) BMT Canarsie
  • 18th Street (1500 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
2019.04.23
Pilates at Equinox - Sport Club New York Equinox - Sport Club New York 1 Photo

We offer types of Pilates classes that mix of classical and modern Pilates plus an assortment of innovative fusion workouts, all of which strengthen while they stretch, with a deep emphasis on the core.

Our world-renowned Pilates Teacher Training Institute adds a contemporary twist to classically focused teacher education. Learn from experts with inspiring real-life experience and fingers on the pulse of the industry. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready for the Pilates Method Alliance certification exam, and you’ll be eligible to interview for a teaching position at Equinox.

Classes:

  • Pilates;
  • Pilates fusion;
  • Pilates band;
  • Barre pilates;
  • Pilates remix;
  • Pilates power;
  • Heated pilates;
  • Interval heated pilates.
160 Columbus Avenue New York City, NY
  • 212-362-6800
  • 66th Street – Lincoln Center (500 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
2019.06.04
Fitness at Equinox - Sport Club New York Equinox - Sport Club New York 1 Photo

Classes:

  • Master of One — One weight is all it takes. Delete distraction and zero in on results with a next-generation HIIT weight training class that strips your training to the core. Work with a single weight and ignite more muscles per move for a total body workout;
  • The Muse — Get swept off your feet in a burst of dance-inspired cardio. Train like a dancer with a fierce athletic edge as you use light round-weights to boost your burn. Twist and turn to simple choreography in a music-driven flow that’ll have your heart racing and your spirits energized;
  • Anthem — Turn your cycling up to 11 with a music-fueled indoor ride. Bike to the beat of our hand-picked tracks in a sequence tailored to take you on a journey that’s as challenging as it is thrilling;
  • Firestarter — Blaze through a day’s worth of cardio in thirty flat. Burn through explosive drills in a high-intensity challenge that demands everything you’ve got and incinerates your goals before you know it;
  • True Athlete — Boost your performance with our RMT® clubs—the same equipment used by professional athletes. Compete in rapid-fire drills on our BOSU™ domes, then unleash your power with a burst of club strikes;
  • Precision Run — Run smart, hurt less and burn more in our signature Running experience. Switch up your speed, time and incline in precisely timed intervals and redefine your running zone;
  • Metcone3 — Tax all three of your energy systems to guarantee results—leaving you hungry for more and more;
  • Long + Lean — From dance-inspired cardio to core conditioning, our Long + Lean workouts are all about good vibes, an athletic edge, and chiseled results;
  • Fitness vocab: metabolic conditioning — Follow certain work and rest periods to train each system;
  • Cycling.
160 Columbus Avenue between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-362-6800
  • 66th Street – Lincoln Center (500 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
2019.06.04
Stretching at Equinox - Sport Club New York Equinox - Sport Club New York 1 Photo

Recover stronger with classes at Equinox in Active Regeneration, focusing on self-massage, controlled breathing techniques, stretching and flexibility.

Classes:

  • Best stretch ever — 30 minutes of posture-improving, stability-increasing, body-awareness-enhancing stretching. Using the Mobility Stick, a unique tool that turns stretching into training, you’ll hang, twist, push, and pull;
  • Big little stretch;
  • Athletic stretch;
  • Stretch essential;
  • Massage & meditation;
  • Roll & release;
  • Meditation;
  • Feldenkrais method;
  • RX series;
  • Melt.
160 Columbus Avenue between 67th and 68th Streets New York City, NY
  • 212-362-6800
  • 66th Street – Lincoln Center (500 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IND 8th Av
  • 72nd Street (1400 ft) IRT Br. – 7th Av
Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
2019.06.04