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prt tennis - Zachary Henderson PRT 152 Sept. 11, 2007 For...

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Zachary Henderson PRT 152 Sept. 11, 2007 For all of my life I have been involved in some sort of organized athletic activity. Sports such as lacrosse, soccer, cross country, and weight-training were easily accessible and were leisure pastimes which I greatly enjoyed. When I came to college in 2005 I found that most of these activities were dominated by athletes looking for serious leisure. I being more of a hobbyist knew that I would have to find new activities to keep active and occupied. Last year I discovered the game of racquetball, and have been enthralled with the sport ever since. The only quality I found lacking in racquetball was that it could not be played outdoors and as a result I longed for outdoor recreation. This was my motivation for taking up tennis. The game is very similar to racquetball in regard to skills, maneuvers, and athletic ability. However tennis offered the one attribute that racquetball had denied: the outdoors. I knew that NC State had courts available to students but I still needed someone to show me the fundamentals of the game. I began asking around in my social circles for somebody to play with. This is how I discovered two ex-high school tennis players, who were eager to drag my along and coach me
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course PRT 152 taught by Professor Bosley during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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prt tennis - Zachary Henderson PRT 152 Sept. 11, 2007 For...

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