Nutrition, High-Tech Style

My son's fitness trainer had a little chat with him last week about his nutritional needs and how best to meet them.  My son is growing taller but is still lacking in the "cushioning" category - i.e. he's all lean body mass with very few physical reserves or extra fat

Back to Work

This week, I did something I hadn't done for 14 years - I went to work for a boss other than myself. When it was getting close to the time for my son to get his driver's license, I had one of those AHA! moments and realized I was going to

High(er) Anxiety

A friend recently posted an article on Facebook about our local public high school, the one my son attends and from which my daughters graduated.  The article is about 5 years old - and a bit lengthy - but many of the student observations and quotes are still very applicable

College Players Soar at US Open

With all the proposed changes NCAA is trying to make, you would think there was a problem with US college tennis.  This first week of the US Open is proving otherwise. We have seen some incredible wins by our young guns in Flushing.  Stanford's Mallory Burdette took out Timea Bacsinszky of

Holabird-Adidas Recap

I know I say this a lot, and please indulge my gushy-ness here, but sometimes it's about so much more than just the tennis. My son and I spent this past weekend in Baltimore at the Holabird Sports-adidas All In Junior Tennis Challenge.  The event was like no other tennis tournament

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