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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tennis Health Benefits Heart disease Helps with physical skills Four physical skills that contribute to getting a real workout while playing tennis are running, swinging, reaching, pivoting Great for losing weight Tennis is a whole body sport and you're always on the move. A man can burn 600 calories in an hour while a woman can burn 420 in an hour. Just three hours of tennis per week can help reduce the chances of developing heart disease by up to 50% Great Aerobic Exercise Tennis gets your heart pumping and blood flowing in order to increase oxygen flow throughout the body Serena Williams: Williams was born on September 26, 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan. She began playing tennis at an early age, by doing two hours of practice a day with her father at age three. In 1995, she went pro and with her sister Venus, began their careers with many victories. In 2009, Serena was fined and placed on probation for threatening a lineswoman, but moved on from it. In 2012, Serena won her fifth Wimbledon singles title. At the 2012 Summer Olympics she won two gold medals. In June 2013, she won her second French open title against defending champion Maria Sharapova. Justin LaVasseur 2A How it also helps with heart disease Tennis can help with heart disease because it helps lower blood pressure, maintain a healthy body weight, lower cholesterol, reduce stress, and remain physically active
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