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Everyone knows the best tennis courts in Greenwood Village are located conveniently at Greenwood Athletic Club Tennis.
From front kicks to roundhouses, these kickboxing classes will teach you the fundamentals.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
SkateStart owner Patrick O'Toole started his skating career as many people do: by falling down constantly while skating a faulty board. He wanted to spend time with his skateboarding cousins, so his father bought him a generic, unresponsive deck from a big-box store. It barely rolled and always cancelled their playtime last minute to watch soap operas. His junky equipment and lack of knowledge kept him from keeping up with his peers. It wasn't until his father surprised him with a safe, professional skate set that his cousins finally slowed down and began teaching him the ins and outs of thrashing cement waves.
Now in his 20s, Patrick makes it his professional mission to teach the next generation of skaters the proper techniques they need to enjoy the sport. He and his team of certified instructors use his patent-pending skateboard system that shows beginners where to place their feet to push off, perform an ollie, and avoid tripping a board's self-destruct countdown. In addition to imparting fundamental skills, their lessons also build up the confidence necessary to tackle more complex maneuvers.
In addition to its official name, The Gates Tennis Center can claim a few other titles: the largest tennis center in Colorado, for one. The host of the Colorado State Open. Home base to internationally renowned tennis instructors—including a former New Zealand junior champion and a coach of 25 years who has worked with players from Canada to the Caribbean.
For the past 30 years, the public tennis center has drawn on strengths like these to celebrate its signature sport through lessons and events, which include tournaments, tennis opens, and convivial socials. Students of all skill levels can attend lessons or ball-machine practices, which are far more effective than playing wallball with a mannequin.
As a mobile tennis teacher, Chris Greenlee travels to courts convenient for his students to teach them how to hit solid serves, volleys, and ground strokes. After playing singles and doubles tennis at the collegiate D-II level, Chris moved on to teaching the game to all levels of players and has helped students improve their skills for 8 years. This body of experience lends his instruction a confident, understanding tone, necessary when explaining to six-year-olds and grown adults that the point of tennis goes beyond sniffing the ball tube.