To listen to this week's podcast episode, click the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Michelle_Brown.output.mp3 A couple of weeks ago I got an email from a ParentingAces Parent asking if I could do a podcast about the USTA's Red Orange Green Yellow (ROGY) ball progression. I posted my query on the various Facebook groups
I received the latest e-newsletter from USTA Southwest this morning, and it contained some really useful information on the recent USTA website makeover. Take some time to click around the various links included below and see what you think. I'd love to hear your feedback in the Comments below. Thank
USTA Florida just announced its new pathway for 10-and-under tournament players in the section. The pathway was developed with solicited input from coaches and parents throughout Florida and utilizes the red, orange, and green balls based on age and skill level. Tournaments are designed to fit the level of the players.
While in New York at the US Open, I was invited to cover the launch of USTA's new initiative - in conjunction with Childhood Obesity Awareness Month - to get kids more physically active. USTA is partnering with the national governing bodies (NGBs) of several youth sports organizations to encourage