Join us for the Next Level Fitness Open House on October 1st at TCSP

Meet our trainers from Eastlake Performance and PT from Peak Sports & Spine Physical Therapy

Open house will feature 2 1-hour strength & conditioning sessions and appointments for 15-minute injury screenings

Strength & Conditioning | Eastlake Performance

Ground Power @ 9:00am

Rotation & Trunk Power @ 10:00am

15-minute Injury Screenings | Peak Sports & Spine Physical Therapy

9:00am – 11:00am

Register Today!

If a session is full, be sure to add your name to the waitlist

Next Level Fitness

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

Pro tennis athletes incorporate extensive strength & conditioning 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 sports performance training into your routine to help unlock the next level of your tennis game!

ProgramCostProgram DurationDatesTime
Ground Power$350 Oct 8-Nov 20 | Drop-in to any of the dates offeredTuesdays: 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 11/297:00-8:15 PM
Saturdays: 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12, 11/199:30-10:45 AM
Rotation & Trunk Power$350 Oct 8-Nov 20 | Drop-in to any of the dates offeredThursdays: 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/187:00-8:15 PM
Saturdays: 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12, 11/19 8:00-9:15 AM

Ground Power

Improve your game by increasing your strength from the floor-up. Leg endurance and strength are key components to winning your matches and during “Ground Power” you will learn to use your lower half to maximize velocity, power, and efficiency in your shots.

Throughout the course you will have a chance to work on the following with our coaches:

  • Running mechanics
  • Multi-directional speed
  • Reaction time
  • Full-body mobility

…and you will be using a variety of weights, exercise bands, Dynamax Balls, and other resistance-based exercises to increase the strength in those muscles!

Rotation and Trunk Power

Unless you’re a cardboard cut-out, there is rotation throughout the body during your racket swings. Learning how to optimize body rotation and transference of power to the trunk will help elevate your game and get more of those awkward shots in-bounds.

Throughout the course you will have a chance to work on the following with our coaches:

  • Core (trunk) Strength and ROM
  • Anti-rotation and stability
  • Rotational control, power, and efficiency
  • Shoulder & thoracic mobility

 …and you will also be using a variety of weights, exercise bands, Dynamax Balls, and other resistance-based exercises to rip through your swings like a Pro!

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.
Matt Lizotte

Matt Lizotte

Eastlake Performance

Head Trainer at Eastlake Performance, Matt has spent most of his post collegiate career in the fitness and strength and conditioning fields. Matt played collegiate soccer and lacrosse at the University of New England, where he obtained his Bachelors in Applied Exercise Science. Before coming to Seattle he was part of the Yale University Strength and Conditioning program, working with every varsity athletic team there. Matt combines his sports performance knowledge and passion for functional fitness to provide effective and fun programs for every client and athlete!


  • B.S AES
  • CSCS
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Edwin Cordova Barriga

Eastlake Performance

Edwin grew up playing and practicing various sports including soccer, Tae Kwon Do, and cross country. His passion for fitness, nutrition, overall health, and people has led him to become a trainer. He utilizes skill sets acquired from practice and experience to help others achieve their maximum potential.

Edwin graduated with a B.A. in Medical Anthropology and Global Health from the University of Washington in 2020. Previous to becoming a trainer, he worked for an outpatient orthopedic clinic where he learned valuable tools that will assist him in his future career goals.

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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!

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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