Tennis & Diet
Childhood obesity is an increasingly serious problem in the United States. Nearly 1 in 5 children are obese.
Kids who play tennis are less likely to be overweight. They are more likely to gain physical skills that can keep them active for a lifetime.
Playing tennis helps to burn fat and calories; tennis helps burn between 400-600 calories per hour.
As a tennis player, one need to keep up with a legitimate diet. A healthy eating regimen before a match enhances the player's energy production and hence advances the performance of the player. A great meal after the match helps with replenishing the energy.
Tennis works out the whole body, unlike most sports which are defined for specific parts of the body.