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Interactive Books For Kids

Interactive Books For Kids

By Lakeeta Gardner - Kids Club Director   Reading books to kids is beneficial on many levels. The multitude of storybook options is too many to choose from.  Although technological advances have made our lives a great deal easier, they definitely make humans less...

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What Is The Best Tennis Racket String Tension?

What Is The Best Tennis Racket String Tension?

By Jen Azevedo - Tennis and Pickleball Director Strings - they're a tricky subject for some tennis players.   Obviously, they're a key component to playing tennis at any level, but just what goes into choosing strings?  What do you string your racket with? How...

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How To Make Homemade Playdough!

How To Make Homemade Playdough!

By Aubrey Devin - Kids Club Associate Want an awesome homemade "Playdough" recipe fun and safe for your kids? Look no further!   What You’ll Need: Flour Salt Oil Water Cream of Tartar Food Coloring or Washable Paint This recipe is super simple, it’ll take you...

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Kid’s Corner Bathroom Makeover

Kid’s Corner Bathroom Makeover

By Maria Garcia - Kids Club Associate What have we been up to while you have been away during quarantine and temporary closures?   Artist Maria Garcia and kids club staff worked to reimagine life under the sea in the kid's corner toddler restroom.  During this...

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No fans, No Problem

No fans, No Problem

By Jen Azevedo - Tennis and Pickleball Director In just 60 days, we will watch the start of a never-before seen month of tennis on TV. The Western and Southern Open has been moved to New York to help keep players in the same space for both the Western and Southern...

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Hit Your Shots Crosscourt

Hit Your Shots Crosscourt

By Darren Woodford - Tennis Pro and Instructor Being a USPTA Certified Elite Professional for over ten years, I tend to hear the same questions.   In this edition of Ask Coach Darren, we will cover the most common strategy question: Why should I hit most of my...

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The Introduction Of Chores To Children

The Introduction Of Chores To Children

By Freya Rodriguez - Kids Club Associate The word "chore" isn't something most people think of in a positive light. Yet, it is something we all eventually have to do which is why many parents introduce the concept to their children at an early age. Although, have you...

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The Fastest Way To Improve Your Tennis Game

The Fastest Way To Improve Your Tennis Game

By Darren Woodford - Tennis Pro and Coach Tennis is a complex sport with many moving pieces. However, to improve your tennis, we follow the same process that we would use to acquire any skill.  In this article, we will cover the skill acquisition cycle as it pertains...

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If Your Life Is Worth Living It’s Worth Recording

If Your Life Is Worth Living It’s Worth Recording

By Gavin Espinosa - Martial Arts Instructor Years ago, I stumbled through an audio cassette by a motivational speaker by the name of Brian Tracy.   In one of his recordings, he shared a phrase that to this day, still surfaces out of my daily thoughts and which I...

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Boredom Eating And How To Combat It

Boredom Eating And How To Combat It

By Nadine Young - Pilates Instructor and Holistic Nutrionist Boredom Eating: It’s happening in homes across the country and I’m getting a lot of dm’s asking how to stop it.   Knowledge is power... so let's break down the science. Give yourself grace! If you’re...

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Top 5 Running Tips

Top 5 Running Tips

By Jodi Broz - Personal Trainer As many of you know running is my passion. And while it is a gloriously simple workout for me, there is more to it than putting one foot in front of the other.  However making it simple for you can simply be in the little things. Here...

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The Tennis Workout

The Tennis Workout

By Jen Azevedo - Director of Tennis and Pickleball ​Friends, say it with me- Stay Home and Stay Safe life is WEIRD.  Do I set an alarm?  Do I put on socks?  Twelve cups of coffee before my first martini - does it even matter?  These are the questions I ask myself...

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Top 4 Benefits Of Barre Body

Top 4 Benefits Of Barre Body

By Jodi Broz - Personal Trainer If you haven’t taken a barre class at the Paseo club then you are missing out, or maybe you’re just not familiar with what can happen to the body in a barre workout.  Barre based fitness classes of gained in popularity over the years. ...

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Cardio Or Weights?

Cardio Or Weights?

By Melanie Vovk - Personal Trainer Are you a cardio junky or do you naturally head to the weight room when entering the gym? Most of us tend to be one or the other.  Only a few divide their time equally between cardio and resistance training. Why should you do both? ...

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Do you suffer from Diastasis Recti?

Do you suffer from Diastasis Recti?

By Jessica Petersen - Director of Tennis and Pickleball Diastasis Recti affects 1 in 3 women across the world. Diastasis Recti is a separation in the abdominal wall.  This condition is so common, but until recently has rarely been discussed by healthcare...

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Train Like a Fighter Without Ever Having To Fight

Train Like a Fighter Without Ever Having To Fight

By Gavin Espinosa - Director of Tennis and Pickleball Listen, for all you fitness enthusiasts who has ever tried some sort of cardio kickboxing or some type of combat related class, I’m gonna go out on a limb and say this, we’ve ALL wanted to feel like we could train...

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Working Out Safely During Covid-19

Working Out Safely During Covid-19

By Cézanne Youmazzo - Fitness Director and Personal Trainer Across the world, individuals and families have been asked to limit their time in public and communal places. Our daily lives of work, parenting, school and socializing with friends look different than they...

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Paseo Members Doing Incredible Things

Paseo Members Doing Incredible Things

By Jen Azevedo - Director of Tennis and Pickleball As we continue to navigate these trying times, Paseo Club is trying our best to stay connected with our wonderful members.  We want everyone to know how excited we are to reopen our doors, and how we are already...

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How To Make Homemade Pasta

How To Make Homemade Pasta

By Chef Mario - Head Chef My Name is Chef Mario and welcome to my new blog. I’ve been in the industry for some time about 17 years and counting. I also attended The Art Institute of Los Angeles located in Santa Monica C.A. I received my B.A. of science in 2006 and...

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Spring Is Cancelled

Spring Is Cancelled

By Jen Azevedo - Director of Tennis and Pickleball The spring has been cancelled. The ATP and WTA tours have been postponed until July, and while the US Open still owns its regular spot at the end of September, right now we are only hoping it remains.  Now the USTA...

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Mindful Eating

Mindful Eating

By Kelly Davis - Food & Beverage Director From The Paseo Eatery to your home, we hope this finds you safe, happy and healthy. During this “stay at home” Covid-19 Order we are all under our own personal stress.   We may be asking ourselves, does food affect our...

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Tennis Around The World

Tennis Around The World

By Jen Azevedo - Director of Tennis and Pickleball When we first heard about Tommy Haas canceling the BNP Paribas in March, few ever dreamed that Wimbledon, the oldest and arguably the biggest of the Majors, would follow suit a few weeks later. (Has it REALLY only...

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Staying Active

Staying Active

By Trish Deboni- Personal Trainer How do we keep from getting anxious in a time like this? It’s impossible! Everyone is affected by this global pandemic. There’s no way around feeling a little out of control and stressed. There are so many factors, so many changes....

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Why Parental Involvement is Important

Why Parental Involvement is Important

By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro  Sports are very important for youth development, as it teaches perseverance, teamwork, and critical thinking. If children have a parent accompany them during their athletic career, these characteristics can be amplified. Parents have...

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Staying In And Staying Sane

Staying In And Staying Sane

By Jen Azevedo - Director of Tennis and Pickleball Well, we are all staying safe, staying home, and trying to stay sane.   It's quite a different spring than what we SoCal people are used to.  Like it or not, our job is to stay home and for most of us, stay off...

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Keep Calm and Carry On: Confronting Covid-19

Keep Calm and Carry On: Confronting Covid-19

By Michelle Cochran, Assistant General Manager As concerns and anxiety rise with the uncertainty of the Covid-19 virus here is a helpful reminder to keep your immune system in check.   Do not smoke Drink alcohol in moderation Eat a healthy diet full of fruits and...

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How To Come Back From Failures

How To Come Back From Failures

By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro ​In sports, there can be one person or team that is the winner. On the tennis court, there can only be one winner. It definitely hurts to lose. I bet you right now that you hate to lose and feel like a failure. I also hate to lose....

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