Play Better Tennis With Pro Daniela Celi Ep 16

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Tennis

According to a poll taken in 2012, tennis was the 4th most popular sport in the world, behind soccer, cricket and hockey. The latest research in the U.S. shows that overall tennis participation rose 1% to 17.9 million players last year.

With the rise of tennis, there’s naturally going to be a rise in injuries associated with playing this fast, agile, and fun game. Whether you’re a recreational player, elite level or beginner this podcast will:

1. Give you solutions to prevent injuries.
2. Provide exercise program examples to help you play better.
3. Learn what life lessons you might walk away with playing the game.
4. Find a pro who will best serve your needs, wants, and abilities.

About Daniela Celi

Daniela comes from Florida where she grew up playing competitive tennis in the heat of the sun. A tennis scholarship brought her to the Big Apple, NYC where she played for Queens College Women’s Tennis Team. Her Career at QC was very successful – ranking 19th in the East, and leading her team to qualify for 4 consecutive National Championships for NCAA Division II.

Daniela has 11 years of experience as an instructor, coaching children and adults of all levels at various prestigious clubs.  She has coached at The Meadow Club of Southampton, The River Club of NY, The Palisades Recreation Center, Queens College Tennis Center, and Red Bug Lake Park. She has also taught private families in the Hamptons, NY and has private clients in Marina Del Rey, CA where she currently resides.

Daniela’s coaching style is diverse and caters to the needs of every individual student.

For lessons or more info on private tennis coaching, Daniela can be reached at [email protected]

Find her on Instagram @deeceli

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Steve Jordan

With a career path made for movies, Steve Jordan was launched into the world of health and fitness by rehabilitating himself after a traumatic brain injury in 1994. His holistic approach using his mind and body created a miraculous recovery that Dr's and people are in awe of. Steve found his passion in this life-changing experience to create miracles in other people through health and fitness. Steve's professional success has opened up opportunities to be featured in dozens of media platforms including Dr. Oz, The Today Show, The Tyra Banks Show, Oxygen, NBC, ABC, E!, Bodies the Exhibition, Men's Fitness, Self, Fitness, Bodybuilding.com and much more.