Next Level Fitness

Featuring TCSP partners Peak Sports & Spine Physical Therapy and Eastlake Performance. 

Pro tennis athletes incorporate extensive off-court workouts to maintain their health and performance.

TCSP is partnering with Peak Sports & Spine Physical Therapy and Eastlake Performance to help our members improve speed, strength, and mobility.

Through a carefully curated menu of fitness training, injury prevention, and treatment of past aches and pains, you’ll start winning points you once thought “if only I was a half-step faster”.

This is your opportunity to introduce off-court conditioning into your routine to help unlock the next level of your tennis game!

Speed & Agility

Strengthen your legs and core to move faster and more efficiently on the court with the Speed & Agility workout series.

Trainers will work with athletes’ to improve their balance and ability to accelerate and change direction to get to the ball.

Workouts will be tailored based on individual needs customizing the reps and adjusting drills based on level. Workouts will focus on:

  • Running mechanics
  • Linear & lateral speed
  • Multi-directional speed
  • Reaction time
  • Full body flexibility

Core: Power & Stability

The Core: Power & Stability series will help players understand the biomechanics of how their lower body (or trunk) and their core work together to generate powerful groundstrokes.

Training will focus on strengthening the core muscles used for creating rotational power and the muscles used to counter balance that rotational power.

Workouts will be tailored based on individual needs by customizing the reps and adjusting drills based on level. Trainers will focus on:

  • Bilateral strength
  • Rotational control
  • Swinging from various angles
  • Shoulder & thoracic mobility
  • Building endurance in core & legs

Shoulder Mobility

Shoulders are the most mobile joint in the human body and play an essential role in being able to swing a racquet.

The muscles supporting shoulders help athletes to accelerate to hit the ball and are equally important for de-accelerating their swing to avoid sudden and jarring stops.

Join us in the Shoulder Mobility series to improve your shoulder health, strength, and flexibility.
Workouts will be tailored based on individual needs, customizing the reps and adjusting drills based on abilities.

How to Register
  • Register through your TCSP Club Automation member portal.
  • The event will display “Call” when full, if you are interested in being added to the waitlist, please call Member Services (206) 522-5008.
ProgramProgram DurationDatesTimeCostRegistration
June | Speed & Agility4 weeksTuesdays: 5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 6/217:00-8:15 PM$ 180Open
June | Speed & Agility4 weeksThursdays: 6/2, 6/9, 6/16, 6/237:00-8:15 PM$ 180

Tom Spencer

Peak Sports & Spine Physical Therapy

Tom is the owner/clinical director of the Lake City clinic and has a passion for working with the active population, returning patients back to full function. He graduated from Central Washington University in 1990 with a degree in Independent Studies in Sports Medicine and Adaptive Physical Education.

Tom has an extensive history of sports experience, which includes being Head Athletic Trainer at Bellevue Community College for 18 years and at North Seattle Community College for 4 years. Additionally, he worked in Minor League baseball for 10 years with the Cincinnati Reds.  Tom was the Head Athletic Trainer for the Seattle Storm for 11 season. Utilizing this sports background, he enjoys designing specific exercise programs for throwing and jumping athletes that will help them return back to their sport as soon as possible. Tom loves working in the Lake City community, providing quality care and offering an enjoyable atmosphere to help people get back on their feet after injury.

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Janae Chinn

Peak Sports & Spine Physical Therapy

Janae earned her Bachelor of Science at the University of La Verne in California where she played collegiate tennis. She later completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Duke University. She is a Seattle native and is always willing to take on new challenges! She has experience working with orthopedic and neurological populations including stroke and brain injury, as well as those with chronic pain. She is excited to help and educate tennis players of proper biomechanics and techniques to ensure they can play without restriction or pain and promote longevity of the sport.

Janae is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is involved with legislative issues and diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Janae’s hobbies include tennis, golf, rock climbing, hiking (and soon, mountaineering), finding new places to eat, and playing with her cat. Fun fact: She started playing tennis when she was 6 years old at Amy Yee!


Austin Hall

Eastlake Performance

Austin is a Seattle area trainer specializing in athletic performance and takes a holistic approach to health. Having grown up playing a variety of sports, Austin enjoys using his diverse skillset to help others achieve their athletic goals as well as improve their overall quality of life. Austin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2020 from Western Washington University and holds a top certification as a strength and conditioning specialist. He enjoys staying active in the outdoors and his current athletic goals include training for his first marathon this year.

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