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Fitness for tennis and beyond

Come train with us! Private, semi-private and group classes available to help you improve your tennis game or your overall health.

Private and group classes are open to everyone, you do not need to be a member to participate.

New Classes!

Unlimited classes included with all Fitness memberships. Come improve your game, support your health, and have a lot of fun in our group classes. Flexible options to easily make fitness part of your weekly routine. (Starting October 10th)

Unlimited offer applies only to the classes in this section. Must be a Fitness member of the RRTC to attend. More classes will be added with interest.

Women On Weights

This 30 minute class is designed for the beginner.. Introduces proper Technique and body awareness.

Monday and Wednesday 10:00am

Functional Training

This 60 minute class is designed for all levels. Incorporates traditional weight training techniques, along with TRX, yoga and Pilates.

Monday and Wednesday 4:00pm

3 Dimensional Athlete

A joint by joint approach to creating more mobile and agile athlete. Dynamic and synchronized movement patterns to avoid injury and increase performance.

Thursday 6:30am

Small Group Training

Small group tennis specific training programed to increase performance. Designed for your league team or desired group of 4-8 participants. This is a great way to have your whole team train together to be sure you are ready for your next match!

Small Group Training Prices

$25 per class

About Us

Core Kinetics began in 2011 with a vision to combine training and science. The goal was to educate and coach athletes based on sound, fundamental training principles. Jason believes there is a balance between the ‘want’ and ‘need’ of every client. The ‘want’ is satisfied by which the client has a rapport with their trainer, having input into their individual goals in an environment that promotes education and creativity. The ‘need’ is centered around assessing the client for asymmetries and compensation patterns in movement. Functional capacity is restored through reinforcement exercise. The platform of mobility to stability to strength is utilized to progress a client through the training process.

The stability and strength of the core is instrumental to the human body. Philosophically, the core functions as a brace, helping to maintain the body’s intervertebral structures. In addition, it provides muscular control to maintain functional stability. As it translates to sport, core stability/strength controls the position and motion of the trunk over the pelvis to allow optimum production, transfer and control of force to the segments in integrated athletic activity. Consider the game of tennis in which the forces generated in the serve or ground stroke, start in the lower extremities and are transferred through the core to the upper extremities.

No matter the sport or individual, the core is an integral component of any training program. Core Kinetics provides a systematic approach to training, that is both fun and focused. Come train today!

Our Team

Click on each trainer to learn more about them, see their training rates and contact information.

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Jason Brown, CSCS, NASM, MAT

Director of Sports Performance / Owner

Jason was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Like most Canadian boys, Jason spent most of his childhood winters playing competitive ice hockey. Over the years, Jason developed a second passion, baseball! Strangely enough, it was baseball that would propel Jason to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where he was a member of the men’s varsity baseball team. Known nationally for their sports science and biomechanics program, Jason graduated cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in...

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Kevin Macomber, PT, Cert. MDT

  • Physical Therapist
  • Certified Mckenzie Therapist
  • Owner of Above It All Physical Therapy, PLLC

Kevin has been practicing physical therapy since 1995. He is a graduate of Daemen College’s Accredited Physical Therapy program in Amherst, NY. Kevin’s practice focuses on orthopedic and sport care. He is a biomechanics expert with sports, including his passion for tennis. He received his specialized post-graduate Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) certificate from the McKenzie Institute in 2009. He received his Functional...

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Sally Fischer

Personal Trainer

Sally Fischer is a Colorado Native. She graduated from the University of Colorado with a BS in Organizational Management and Communication. After spending over a decade in the insurance world and spending a few years at home as a full time mom and caretaker for her mother, she entered the fitness world. Her mother had a major stroke at the age of 52 which left her with complete loss of function of the right side of her body. Frankly, she should not have even survived this event. Sally worked, alongside, a few physical therapists that brought enough...

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Alexis D. Weir

Alexis D. Weir, MATm, MATRx

Owner of WellPower, LLC

Alexis has a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science from the University of Oklahoma and started in the field in 2008. Her specialty in school was the muscular system and exercise physiology.

She has been involved in many types of fitness related fields such as dance, swimming, golf, gymnastics, basketball, tennis, and snowboarding as well as experienced physical traumas to her own body such as injuries and pregnancy, so she has thorough knowledge of the types of stresses put on the body through all kinds of physical...

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