After yesterday episode of Homegrown Tennis, we take Absorb and Rip to a new level in the QuaranTennis Challenge, renaming it Absorb and Handle. Joey and Mitch square off in a best of 3, games to 7, match with bragging rights and ranking points on the line. Watch for equal parts comedy, action and drama below.
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Tuesday's Lower Body Workout for your Glutes and Legs
2 Minute Warmup: For the warmup, you have 3 exercises for 20 seconds on your left side, and then 20 second on your right side.
Circuit 1: For the first circuit, you are doing to do 3 exercises, 20 seconds each followed by 1 minute combining the three exercises, and then do it all on the other side. If you have small to medium weights, you can hold the weights by your shoulders the entire time.
There are 5 exercises, 20 seconds each. For the hip thrusters, you can hold your weights right on top of your hip bones.
2 Minute Finisher: All Body Weight:
This combines many of the moves already preformed in this workout. Do 1 squat, 1 reverse lunge on the right, 1 reverse lunge on the left, and 2 touch downs over and over for 2 minutes. Be as quick and explosive as possible.
My Food Stories with Donna Vekic
Donna Vekic is sharing her favorite lunch and how she cooks it! Share something with our partner, Citi Taste of Tennis, that you are preparing in the kitchen during this time at home!
Behind The Racquet: Cameron Norrie
Read at Behind The Racquet
We'll be featuring some of the personal stories from players over the next few weeks, as produced by Noah Rubin and his site, Behind the Racquet, which takes a look at the issues tennis players face that don't often get the mainstream media attention. Cameron Norrie, a top 100 player for the last two years, was a college star at Texas Christian University, but it was not an easy road to get there. Read about the mental battle he had to overcome.
Welcome back to the Daily Watch, and with it being Spring, professional tennis SHOULD have been played in Miami today. So we throw it back a couple years to, in this writers humble opinion, the greatest best of 3 match of the decade. Nick Kyrgios and Roger Federer fed the Crandon Park all night with intense play, trick-shots, emotion, and drama. Three tiebreaks featured in a match that all fans never wanted to end. The commentator Nick Lester may have put it best at the conclusion of the first set by describing the match as "utterly intoxicating".
This recipe takes a healthy spin on the classic egg-in-the-toast breakfast with just a few simple ingredients. Start with some whole grain bread, fill it with a protein-rich fried egg, and top with mashed avocado and sliced tomatoes for a balanced breakfast or lunch that will keep you full for hours!
Cut a hole in the center of the bread using a cookie cutter or a jar lid. In a nonstick skillet over medium heat, heat the butter and place the bread slice on top. Toast for 4-5 minutes, then flip. Crack the egg in the center of the hole and reduce heat to medium-low. Let the egg cook through until set, around 5-6 minutes. While the egg cooks, mash your avocado with the olive oil and salt and pepper. Slice tomatoes. Remove the toast from the pan and top with mashed avocado and sliced tomatoes. Sprinkle with crushed red pepper flakes and enjoy!
Performance Banana Pancakes
This is a great option for breakfast or a snack before a long workout. They are light and easily digestible, yet deliver an abundance of nutrients to fuel peak performance.