Archive for August, 2014

Genesis Tour Back Pack Bag- Great for Tournaments & Back To School!

August 11, 2014

Genesis introduced a back pack that is made not only with the tennis player in mind, but also great for school.

The Genesis Tour Back Pack Bag is a phenomenal tennis backpack and tennis bag to use on and off the court! For your convenience, there are 2 main compartments along with 4 additional zippered pockets. The racquet compartment can fit note books. The large main compartment is big enough to fit most of your books. There is also a divider in this pocket which can fit not only books, but even a full size laptop. A small zippered pocket in the main compartment is also available to store your personal belongings. In the front of the bag, there is one zippered pockets for your accessories. Towards the bottom of the bag is a shoe pocket with ventilation holes that can be used FOR…. There are also 2 side mesh pockets which can fit a water bottle. The quick grab handle on the top of the bag allows for easy handling. The backpack straps are well padded and adjustable for comfortable carrying. The rear of the bag is padded for increased comfort. 


  • Racquet compartment can store up to 2 racquets (without covers)  
  • Large main compartment with zippered accessory pocket and separator 
  • One front accessory pockets
  • Shoe compartment with ventilation holes  
  • Two side mesh pockets  
  • Padded and adjustable backpack straps 
  • Dimensions: L19″ X W14″ X D6″
  • Color: Black / Orange / White

To purchase your Genesis Tour Back Pack bag or the Genesis Tour 12 Pack Bag, please visit:

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Traumeel- An all-natural alternative to prevent and heal your tennis elbow

August 6, 2014

An all-natural alternative to prevent and heal your tennis elbow is here with the Traumeel!

A few weeks ago I was told about a product called Traumeel. She described it as a natural, homeopathic, anti-inflammatory product without the side effects of ibuprofen. I always knew about homeopathy and that was a form of alternative medicine.

I googled “Traumeel” and what I found was encouraging. The first thing I saw was a definition by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), an affiliate of the National Institute of Health (NIH). NCI described Traumeel as.…”diluted extracts isolated from plants and minerals, including belladonna, arnica, St. Johns wort, and Echinacea. …Traumeel  exhibits anti-inflammatory activity.
Unlike ibuprofen, Traumeel has no known side effects. Also unlike ibuprofen, which is taken orally and can cause abdominal pain and nausea, Traumeel tablets are taken sublingually (under the tongue) and enter the blood stream directly by avoiding the GI track altogether.

Traumeel comes in various forms including tablets and cream for internal use. It can also be applied directly on the skin over an injured muscle or joint using the gel and cream applications. It’s great for any tennis players who are suffering from tennis elbow or golf elbow syndrome. It’s helps speed recovery and reduced the chronic swelling associated with the injury, like tennis elbow. Also, use Traumeel tablets and cream for soar muscle and joints and found them to be an effective anti-inflammatory during heavy training on court and off court.

So whether you are recovering from overuse injury, combating chronic pain and inflammation due to heavy training, Traumeel can be an effective, and it’s all natural remedy.