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2019 Korea Times Cup

New York Korean Tennis Championships    

NYKATA’s 39th Annual Dinner Party

will be held on Feb. 10th, 2019, Sunday. 6pm

at the Daedong Manor (대동연회장)

150-24 Northern Blvd. Flushing, NY 11354

contact: Jackie 917-886-7788


Including (1) Scholarship Award Ceremony,

           (2) Tennis Awards of the Year Ceremony etc.


새해맞이 청소년 무료레슨^^.

  • Free Lesson 1/4 & 1/11/2019
  • 초보- 어린이들을 환영합니다.
  • 문의 최연숙 총무 646-732-7010,

 2019 January special event

Free Lesson for Juniors

Any beginner levels over 7 years old

At the USTA National Tennis Center, Indoor Training Center

From Jan. 4th & Jan 11th (Fridays 8:30~10 pm)

  • Wear shorts, t-shirt and tennis shoes.
  •  If you do not have a Racquet, Just come.
  • Contact Ms. Julie Choi @646-732-7010

NYKATA Tennis School

@ The USTA National Tennis Center/ Indoor

Registration begins September 17th.

 2018~19 Programs...


(09/28/2018 to 05/17/2019)

Program I .. Group Lesson (8:30~10 pm)   

  • 30 weeks*1   Indoor courts
  • No classes on  11/23, 12/21, 12/28, 4/19
  • $700 for 15 Weeks
  • Family discount available (see details) 
  • 6 classes by evaluation Beginner thru Advanced
  • Group Lesson, Free trial available

□download [Program I Application Form
> PDF version  > MS Word version

Program II ..Double Game(9:30~11:30 pm)  

  • 30 weeks*1  Indoor court... 2 hrs
  •  No classes on  11/23, 12/21, 12/28, 4/19
  •  $600 + Registration Fee
  •  Only for Advanced players (NTRP 3.5 +) 
  • Serious Double Game + Clinic  
  • Tournament in every month  
  • 문의: 김기용 사무총장 917-747-359 


2018 한국일보배 테니스대회

대회의 효율적 등록과 진행을 위해 올해부터 온라인으로만 등록을 받습니다.

등록 바로하기 Registration--> 클릭 Click here

> 자원봉사 신청서 내려받기

Volunteer application form click-> (DOC, PDF)



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Hydration is one of the most important components of athletic performance. It is especially important for tennis players since the sport is usually played in hot, humid weather, and without a time limit. Unfortunately, a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach doesn’t work for hydration. Why? Sweat rate and sweat sodium concentration vary dramatically between individuals. It’s these two variables that help determine your unique hydration needs. 

What is sweat rate?

If you’ve ever heard someone say they’re a “heavy sweater” or a “light sweater,” they’re referring to their sweat rate. This is simply the amount of sweat lost over a period of time. But this variable changes dramatically depending on temperature, location, and intensity of activity. Skiing in January in Colorado is likely to produce a much lower sweat rate than running in August in Florida.  


 Ready to determine your sweat rate? The easiest way to do so is by weighing yourself before and after exercise. Follow these four simple steps:

  1. empty bladder;
  2. weigh in before exercise;
  3. exercise for one hour;
  4. weigh in after exercise.

Assuming you did not use the bathroom or consume any fluids during exercise, your weight loss is your sweat rate (1 pound = 16 fluid ounces). 


What is sweat sodium concentration?

Sodium is the main electrolyte lost in sweat and the amount lost varies dramatically from athlete to athlete. Athletes can lose as little as 200 mg/L to as much as 2000 mg/L of sodium in their sweat. Believe it or not, the average person loses about 920 mg/L!  


Ready to determine your sweat sodium concentration?

Unlike sweat rate, sweat sodium concentration is highly genetic and doesn’t really change throughout life. This means that once you’ve been tested, there’s no need to be retested—it’s one and done! This technology is only offered in select locations, so contact tara@dietdiva.net to schedule your test today.  


Why does hydration matter? 

Improper hydration and electrolyte replenishment can have a negative impact on performance. In fact, as little as a 2% loss of body weight due to dehydration can cause cramps, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, headaches, dizziness, mental changes, and hyponatremia. Adopt a fluid plan and drink according to a schedule to avoid these complications. 


Click here for a guide to fluid intake. <pdf 파일>



Tara Gidus Collingwood is a nationally recognized expert and spokesperson on nutrition, fitness and health promotion.  She is currently the nutrition consultant to the USTA National Campus with Andrews Institute and Nemours, the team dietitian for the Orlando Magic NBA team, the nutrition consultant to University of Central Florida Athletic Department and a nutrition and exercise executive coach at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute.

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