How much exercise do you need?

Exercise is an essential part of any healthy lifestyle. If you work out on a regular basis, you’ll benefit from increased strength, improved cardiovascular endurance, fat reduction, as well as an overall decrease in health risks. Yes, we all know that there are countless health benefits of exercise, but just how much exercise do we […]

Best exercises for your body shape

If you’re an exercise enthusiast, you know that there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all exercise plan. All our bodies are built differently, meaning that you need to customize your workout plans to best suit your body shape and yield optimum results. According to the body shapes anatomical classification, our bodies can be broadly placed […]

The benefits of walking and how to do more of it

Since the dawn of mankind, people have walked. It is one of the easiest, most natural things you can do – yet with cars, buses, trains and escalators easily available, modern technology has made it a less favorable option for getting around. And because of this, people walk much less often today, perhaps less than […]

Why seeing is Vitamin B-lieving

Everyone wants to tell you how important Vitamin C is, and Vitamin D has recently become a big deal with many nutritionists, but what about Vitamin B? We understand Vitamin B can be more complex, since there are eight types; however, getting enough of these helps reduce your risk of stroke, and lets you enjoy […]

Want to inspire your child to try Tennis?

Watch this space for the latest on how to take part in the Kids Tennis Day at Melbourne Park in January 2014.

This event has proved to be a fun day for the whole family with lots of entertainment and fun on court Tennis activities for the kids.

2014 Sporteka Enrolment is now open

Did you know that Sporteka specialises in teaching Tennis to children aged 3-7 years?

Our Tennis Hot Shots programs will once again be offered indoors and outdoors at Box Hill, Templestowe, Bulleen, Balwyn Nth, Rowville, Doncaster East, Warrandyte and Vermont South Victoria.