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Check out News from the Court for information about your favorite teams and sports, physical fitness, and the latest updates from Grand Slam and Sport Court®.

San Antonio is FitCitySA

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Clients of Grand Slam Courts who have a backyard Sport Court have lots of physical fitness opportunities right outside their door. The Office of the Mayor of San Antonio is interested in providing a variety of opportunities to the whole citizenry for physical exercise, dietary wellness, and mental health resources. The website FitCitySA.com is a one-stop source for information about these topics and for local resources.

Although COVID-19 has had an effect on the volume of information on the website, the calendar is being kept up with events and classes of various kinds. Many of them are now virtual, online classes. Join a cooking class for diabetes patients. Or a Zumba class for seniors. Or a class on the benefits of acupuncture. There are also links to events sponsored by San Antonio organizations like the YMCA and the Witte Museum.

Next time you are trying to fight the boredom of COVID restrictions, visit the FitCitySA.com website for some healthy ideas.
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Tips for Making a 3-Pointer from Asher Angel


Disney film star Asher Angel loves to play basketball on his home Sport Court. Here he shows fans of the game how to successfully launch a 3-point shot.
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Take a Tip from Aaron Gordon

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Aaron Gordon, forward with the Orlando Magic, has a tip for all those basketball fans that want to be more than spectators. Watch him demonstrate a jab step in this video from the National Basketball Players Association. Notice the demonstration is being done on Sport Court's high-tech surface. Enjoy!
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Make Your Home Your Castle

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COVID-19 has caused many of Grand Slam Courts’ clients to consider making improvements to their home. If we are going to have to spend more time at home than in the past, why not make it as comfortable, relaxing, and entertaining as possible? Plus, if you are restricted from using public outdoor facilities, why not make your own backyard a place that offers greater enjoyment?

A backyard home improvement project is a great investment for your family. Fresh air and sunshine promote a healthy mind and body. Surrounding yourself with natural beauty will increase your enjoyment of the outdoors. And having something to do in the backyard that gets your heart beating and puts your competitive spirit in gear is also important for physical and mental health.

As all of us have learned in recent months, having a home that is also your castle is a big plus when you must spend nearly all your time there.

When you view photos of the world’s most beautiful castles, you will undoubtedly see that they are surrounded by beautifully landscaped lawns and gardens. Your yard may not be as large as that of most castles, but your backyard can become an oasis of trees, shrubs, flowers, and lush, green lawn.

If your backyard just needs a little sprucing up to be a more welcoming space, you may be able to avoid hiring a landscaper. Remove old overgrown plants. Replace them with new plantings. Add some new plants, edging, and other outdoor décor. You will find a large selection of everything from bird houses, fire pits, planters, outdoor lighting, trellises, border edging and much more from San Antonio online retailers, GardenGateDecor.com.

But, to make sure your backyard is not just a serene place to relax, you need to add some recreation. A sport court from Grand Slam Courts will complete your castle set-up. The client shown above added both a half-court basketball court and a court for racquet sports. Great idea!

Once your “castle” is complete, enjoy it! And, when COVID-19 is a thing of the past, invite all your family and friends to enjoy your custom-designed backyard/recreation area. Biggest problem? They may want to move in! Give us a call to get a quote on completing your castle with a new backyard court from Grand Slam Courts.

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Add Pickleball to Your Repertoire

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Many Grand Slam clients building half-court basketball courts in their backyard know that they want multi-sport capability. Today, one of the most popular options is adding boundary markings and a net for pickleball.

A standard half-court for basketball is 30’ x 50’, so the 20’ x 44’ standard pickleball court fits nicely within that space.  Add a low net similar to one used for tennis, and you are in business.

Why is pickleball so popular? There are several aspects of the game that make it a favorite.

It’s a Racket Game that Requires Limited Space—You could fit four pickleball courts inside a standard tennis court. Those who enjoy racket games do not need a lot of space for a pickleball court.

It’s a Social Game—Two to four players can enjoy playing together.

It’s a Game for All Ages—The rules are easy to learn, and because the court is small everyone from children to seniors can play—and play together! The game can be fast-paced and fun when the players have honed their skills. But, it can also be played at a slower pace. The rackets are small enough and light enough for kids, and you don’t need a long stride to cover the court. The game is played with a “wiffle” ball, so it’s not as likely to sail into the neighbor’s yard.

Having a pickleball court in your backyard may make your home a popular neighborhood hangout spot, but there are now many communities with pickleball leagues that typically meet in parks and recreational areas. If you want to see what this sport is all about, search online for pickleball courts near you. Once you experience this game, you’ll want your own pickleball court in your backyard. Give Grand Slam a call for a quote.

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Fitness When the Gym is Closed

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Going to the gym is an important fitness routine for many people. It is also a social outlet for many—one that is sorely missed in this time of “social distancing.”

Although it may be impossible to replicate all of the benefits that a fitness center provides, it is possible to get or stay fit at home—even without a lot of equipment. If you have a backyard Sport Court from Grand Slam Courts, it is even easier to stay fit at home.

Exercise physiologists identify five elements contributing to overall fitness:

  1. A warmup
  2. Some kind of cardiovascular or aerobic workout
  3. Resistance (strength) training
  4. Flexibility exercises
  5. A cooldown

A warmup could be as simple as an easy walk around the yard or an easy bike ride around the neighborhood. Or try shooting hoops for a few minutes, changing your position with each shot.

For a cardiovascular workout, jumping rope on your SportCourt or doing sprints across the tennis court will suffice. Or up your tennis or basketball game enough to get your heart rate up. That is the most important element in cardiovascular fitness.

There are many ways to create a resistance training effect. Use the weight of your own body and do squats, crunches, or lunges. Or use resistance bands to build strength and muscle tone.

Floor stretches or yoga poses are great for building flexibility. These can be done anywhere, but the surface of a Sport Court offers enough cushioning to be ideal if you do not have a mat.

The cooldown should be similar to the warmup and should continue long enough to bring your heart rate down to its resting level.

Exercise experts recommend that beginners aim for about 30 minutes of cardiovascular work 3 times a week, and 20-30 minutes of strength training 3 times weekly. You do not need to do both cardiovascular and strength work on the same day.

Start slowly and build the amount of time and the intensity of your workout. If you begin to experience pain in joints or muscle groups, back off your routine to give your body a chance to heal.

One of the challenges to working out at home are distractions. The phone, kids, TV, Internet, etc. can all pull a person away from their exercise routine. If so, try exercising in the backyard, or on your backyard Sport Court. The distractions can be kept at a minimum, and you can enjoy the extra benefit of sunshine and fresh air.

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Use Your Backyard Basketball Court for Birthday Party Fun

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Three Games for Groups of all Ages

A basketball-themed party is a great idea for birthdays, whether the honoree is 6 or 60. Here are some basketball party games you can play on your backyard basketball court.

Basket Toss

Who says that playing with a basketball hoop requires using a basketball? Gather up an assortment of household items that could be tossed into a hoop. Examples are sponges, tennis balls, football balls, soccer balls, wadded up paper, a plastic sports bottle, a plastic flower pot, a small pillow or stuffed animal or a water balloon. Use your imagination!

Put each item in a paper lunch bag marked with an appropriate number of points based upon how difficult, generally, it would be to score a basket with the item. Allow each player an opportunity to draw one of the lunch bags out of a larger basket and give each 3 chances to make a basket with the item inside. Depending upon how many players and time you have, you can do several rounds of the basketball toss competition.

Give the player with the most points a prize. (You may have more than one winner if there are ties.)

Musical Basketball Bounce

Have players form a circle large enough for an arms length of distance between each. The game is played like musical chairs, except the players stand in one position and bounce pass the basketball or toss it around the circle while the music plays. The person holding the ball when the music stops is given one chance to make a basket from the free throw line. If they are not successful, they are out of the game. Otherwise, they join the rest of the players for the next round. The play continues until just one person remains. That person is the winner.

Basketball Relay Race

Here is a game that can by played on your backyard court by teams. You will need two basketball jerseys large enough to fit over all participants’ clothes and two basketballs.

Divide the participants into two teams and line up each team as far away from the basket as possible. At the blow of a whistle, the first member of each team puts on one of the jerseys and dribbles down to the basket. They toss the ball up until they make a basket and then retrieve the ball and dribble it back to the next player. The jersey is switched to the next team member and the relay continues in this way until all teammates have scored a basket. The first team to complete the relay wins.

Hope you have lots of party fun on your backyard basketball court!

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10 Questions to Ask When Choosing an Outdoor Court Builder

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An outdoor court is a great addition to any backyard or community space. But, it is also a major investment. Choosing the court builder should be done with careful consideration of many factors.

We believe there are 10 questions you should ask yourself and the court building contractors you contact before you begin the project. Those questions include things like:

  • What sports would you like to be able to play on the court?
  • Do you have the space needed for the court you desire? And, does the property pose any challenges to construction?
  • Does the contractor have the experience, licensing and insurance needed?
  • What kind of surfacing is best for your purposes? Is the manufacturer reputable and are there any warranties?

These are just a few examples of the questions that should be answered before you choose a company to install your outdoor court. Download the pdf Top 10 Tips Before Buying a Game Court for Your Backyard” here. Then give Grand Slam Courts a call at 210-496-3399 and let us help you get answers to all of your questions.




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Build a Sport Court to Build Community

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Grand Slam Courts believes that the single most important element in any housing development, apartment complex or condo community is a Sport Court.

It is as important as broad walkways and manicured green spaces. It is more important than a pool.

Swimming pools and nice landscaping help attract residents. But, Sport Courts build community.

What better way to help families meet their neighbors and have fun than to make available facilities for playing tennis and basketball? Or pickle ball and roller hockey? Kids and adults of all ages can enjoy a Sport Court. A court encourages fitness and healthy living. And because a court promotes team play in ways that a pool doesn’t, it is a great way for residents to build friendships and camaraderie among those who live in the same community.

Pickup games are always fun. But communities with Sport Courts can facilitate play by having a sign up sheet available for those who are looking for partners for tennis or teammates for basketball and other court play.

What would it cost to include a Sport Court in a community’s development plans? Or to add one in a community recreation area? Give Grand Slam Courts a call at 210-496-3399. To see a list of many of the corporations and communities we have built courts for in the San Antonio and South Texas area, visit our Commercial Courts page.

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The Big Three in Men’s Tennis: Who Retires First?

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Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. They are currently ranked #1, #2 and #3. Djokovic is the youngest at 32. Federer is the oldest at 38. Between them, they have won the last 12 Grand Slam titles. The last time a new face appeared on the winner’s podium was 2014.

It is clear that the three players are about the best the world has ever seen in professional tennis. And, it also seems that one of the reasons that they can all stay “hungry” is because of the rivalry between them.

Since 2003, these three men have captured 55 major titles. On the active tour right now, the youngest player with a Grand Slam title to his name is 31-year-old Marin Cilic of Croatia.

So, why are there no teenage sensations knocking them out at the big tournaments? Nadal, Djokovic and Federer all rose to stardom in their teens.

This year, 23-year-old Daniil Medvedev almost knocked Nadal off the podium at the US Open. But, Nadal prevailed—again.

There are talented young players with dominant court skills. But, none has been able to outlast Nadal, Djokovic and Federer in five-set matches over a 14-day Grand Slam tournament for 5 years. The “old guys” have stamina!

So, who will be the first of the three to retire? And, what will cause them to retire? An injury? A beat-down by a younger player? Or some other circumstance?

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Adding Vibrant Color to Your Backyard Court

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Remember when every tennis court was green? Outdoor basketball courts were mostly gray concrete? Such is not the case today. Grand Slam Courts’ clients today can choose from an array of colors to complement their home, their landscape, or to honor their favorite teams.

Sport Court’s surfaces come in a wide variety of colors including yellow, green, blue, purple, red, black, gray and white. Whatever suits your imagination and desire, we can bring to life in your backyard.

Over the years, a number of teams have attempted to get noticed by playing their home games on unusual colors. Think of Boise State University, that began playing football on a blue synthetic turf field in 1986.

Brightly colored courts are common now in the world of professional tennis. That is often an attempt to establish a brand for professional tennis tournaments. But in the years since the first non-green tennis courts were introduced, the USTA discovered that blue and purple courts make it easier for the folks watching on television to see the yellow tennis balls.

Among those building community tennis or basketball courts, we recommend choosing darker colors. Because it is difficult to control the footwear used on the court and the type of play that might take place without authorization (ie, skateboarding or rollerblading), we find that darker colors usually hide marks better.

On the other hand, darker colors will retain more heat, and in Texas that is sometimes a big consideration for our clients.

Grand Slam Courts can offer advice and guidance on colors that would best suit the area where the court will be built. And, yes, we can do an orange court.

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From an Empty Lot to A Lot of Backyard Fun!

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See this recent project by Grand Slam Courts, which transformed this backyard into a place of fun, fitness, and recreation! Building beautiful, durable courts is our business. Making them a part of your family's recreational time together provides an opportunity for better health, entertainment, and lots of memory-making!

Call Grand Slam Courts for a quote on a new court for your home or business.
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Multi-Sport Courts Are Multi Fun!

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Everyone knows that Grand Slam Courts builds basketball courts and tennis courts. Did you know that one of these courts can double—or even triple—as a court for other sports and games?

We know that Grand Slam Courts is installing family fun. Our Sport Courts™ offer entertainment and physical activity for all ages—from the preschooler to grandpa. Many of our clients tell us that their Sport Court has been a great investment because it can be used for so many games—and as the kids grow up, they develop more skill and use it in different ways.

Here is a list of some of the games that can be combined on our Multi-Sport Courts for even more fun. Start with a basketball and/or tennis court. Add markings and accessories for:

Short Court Tennis

Pickleball

Volleyball

Roller Hockey

4-Square

Shuffleboard

Soccer

Futsal

Tennis Drill Backboard

Maybe you can think of other court games that could be added to your backyard Grand Slam Court. If so, give us a call and we can help you with a customized design that will add beauty and value to your backyard landscape.

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Yes! Grand Slam Builds Pickleball Courts!

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Pickleball is one of the nation’s fastest growing sports. Those who play the sport say that it is fun, fast, and easy for all ages to pick up and play well.

Pickleball is played on a court that is like a tennis court, but smaller. A pickleball court is 20 feet wide by 44 feet long. That makes the dimensions of the marked court about 44% of the size of a standard tennis court. Because a pickleball is not as lively as a tennis ball, however, the surface area needed to play pickleball court is closer to 25% of what a tennis court requires.

Pickleball is played with a paddle that is larger than a ping pong paddle and made with a graphite frame and a hitting surface that contains a composite material, often a polymer. The balls look like whiffle balls and are less than 3 inches in diameter. The net has somewhat tighter webbing than a tennis court net and stands 34 inches high at the center of the court.

One fan of the sport described the game this way: Imagine playing ping pong while standing on the table!

There are several places to play pickleball in the San Antonio area. Find some courts here. Try it out. And when you get hooked, give Grand Slam Courts a call about building a pickleball court in your backyard.

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Most Beautiful Tennis Courts in the World

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Those of us who work at Grand Slam Courts tend to think that some of the world's most beautiful tennis courts are right here in San Antonio and Central Texas--and we built them!

But, there are some rather stunning tennis courts in other parts of the world. We know that many of our clients are world travelers, and would enjoy playing on courts like those at Wimbledon and at Melbourne Park, the home of the Australian Open. But, there are other beautiful tennis courts out there that are not as well-known--but are nevertheless stunningly beautiful.

Here are a few examples:

The tennis courts at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on the Big Island of Hawaii are pictured above. Within view of the Kohala Coast, playing on these courts might be an exercise in trying to stay focused on the game. The surroundings seem rather distracting in their beauty.



Talk about distracting! The tennis court above is found in Tanzania in the midst of the Serengeti. It looks like the competitors might have large animals of many types cross the courts during play.



These tennis courts are found at Stanglwirt in the Austrian Alps. A "wellness resort," Stanglwirt is in a stunning setting, and players on the tennis courts there enjoy spectacular views of the Alps.

Tennis on world-famous courts like these is a special treat. Our clients' Grand Slam courts may not be set in exotic locations like these. But, the fact that they are right outside the door to their home makes them a convenient place to enjoy the game.

See some of our beautiful tennis courts here.
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Outdoor Play Results in Outstanding Fitness

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Many people associate health and fitness with a gym membership. A fitness club or gym is a great way to get consistent exercise. But, it’s not for everyone. In fact, there are some very good reasons to spend more time exercising outdoors—on your Sport Court from Grand Slam Courts. Or on your bike or wearing your running shoes. For example:

Being Outside Is a Special Pleasure for the Senses

For those who are cooped up inside office buildings or schools during the week, being outdoors can be a special treat. Enjoy the warmth of the sun on your skin. Listen to the birds chirping in the trees. Allow yourself to stop and appreciate trees, flowers, grass, and wildlife.

Get Yourself Some Natural Vitamin D

Called the “sunshine vitamin,” vitamin D promotes calcium absorption and maintaining healthy bones. Your body produces vitamin D when it is exposed to the sun’s rays. Vitamin D is especially important for women, who are at greater risk for osteoporosis.

Exercising Outdoors is a Mood Boost

According to one study of 800 participants, those who exercised outdoors reported increased energy and a greater sense of well-being, while also experiencing decreased anger and frustration. Those who exercised outdoors were also more likely to continue to exercise, compared with those who exercised only indoors.

Exercising outdoors does expose you to some additional inconveniences, though. Make sure you wear sunscreen, for example. Use 2-3 tablespoons over your exposed body and reapply every two hours—especially if you are really working up a sweat. Wear a hat and sunglasses to protect your head, face and eyes.

Dehydration is also a risk when you exercise outdoors in the heat. Make sure you have a water bottle with you, and check the humidity level (or better yet, the Heat Stress Index) before you leave the house. High humidity prevents sweat from evaporating and cooling the body. When the Heat Stress Index is expected to top 95 degrees during the day, schedule your workout during the early morning or in the evening when the air is cooler.

Get the whole family, friends and neighbors out on your backyard Sport Court, and enjoy the special benefits of exercising in the outdoors. There is no substitute for fun in the sun!

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Four Basketball Games for 2 or More Players

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It is probably rare to have a full contingent of basketball players available for play on a backyard basketball court. What do you do if there are just 2-4 players? Everyone loves competition, but HORSE can get boring. Here are four other options for games appropriate for a small group that can improve basketball skills and provide the opportunity for competition.

Knock Out

Needed:  Two Basketballs and Two or More Players

The Play:  The first two players line up at the free throw line. Give each a basketball. The first player attempts a free throw. If he or she does not make the shot, the second player has one shot to make a basket and “knock out” the first player. Play proceeds until all but one player has been “knocked out.”

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Needed: One basketball and Two or More Players

The Play: There are several variations of this game, but the simplest is to have the first player begin by making a shot from the free throw line. If they make the basket, they continue by moving along the 3-point line to the mid-point and then to the wing on one side, followed by the same pattern on the other side. When they miss a shot, the basketball is given to the next player to make the same shots. To cut down on frustration, young players can begin in the subsequent rounds where they last missed a shot. The winner is the player who completes the pattern with made baskets.

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Needed: One Basketball and Two or More Players

The Play: Play begins by allowing one player to shoot the ball from a predetermined spot on the court. If they make the basket, they score “1.” If not, they shoot again until they make the basket, and their score represents the number of shots they required for a successful basket. Other players shoot from the same spot and record scores, and then the play moves to another spot on the court. If time allows, the play can continue from a total of 18 different locations on the court.

Musical Basketballs

Needed: Three or more Players and One Basketball Per Player. Also a source of music.

The Play: Place basketballs in the center of the group of players. Start music. When the music stops, each player grabs a basketball and attempts a shot. The last player to successfully make a shot is out, and play continues until only one player remains.

Most importantly, HAVE FUN!

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Hakeem or Manu: Who’s the Greatest?

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Recently Fox Sports’ personalities Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe got into a disagreement over which foreign-born NBA player has made the greatest contribution to the professional game. Sharpe made the case for former Houston Rocket Hakeem Olajuwon, with the Dallas Mavericks’ Dirk Nowitzki in second place.

Bayless made the case for Manu Ginobili as the greatest foreign-born NBA player.

Manu was certainly a Spurs fan favorite for many years. He didn’t have the 20-points per game average that Hakeem had over his career. He made only two All-NBA teams compared to Hakeem’s 12.

However, Manu had 4 championship rings. Hakeem had just two.

Hakeem is generally considered the best defensive center in the history of the NBA. Manu is given the title of the best 6th man in the history of the game.

For Spurs fans, there was no one who could change the game more quickly than Manu could. The energy he brought to any competition was unmatched.

Do you remember how powerful Manu’s presence was on the court? How he could change the trajectory of the game in ways that no one else could? See this article to remind yourself of how Ginobili “shocked the world.” Then let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Can Grand Slam Build a Court on My Property?

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This is a common question from interested clients. They question whether their backyard is big enough. Or flat enough. Or whether a new court would interfere with landscaping or drainage or SOMETHING!

Our team at Grand Slam Courts has years of experience constructing courts of all kinds on properties that often create challenges and offer outright obstacles to success. Shifting soils cannot prevent us from giving a family a backyard court!

The good news is that with the variety of sizes and types of courts and half-courts that Grand Slam builds, there are lots of options for clients.

The gallery found here shows a sample of the many court designs we have completed over the years. For even more options, use the Court Designer link that appears at the right side of that page to create a customized court design for your backyard—or a commercial property or public park.

The best way to get a firm answer to all of your questions is to give us a call and request a site evaluation and estimate. We’ll come out to your property and recommend options that meet your needs and the parameters of the space available. Call 210-496-3399. The beginning of a new year is a great time to begin a new court building project!

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A Holiday Resolution: Better Family Fitness



Do you worry about the excessive amount of screen time family members get? Would you like to encourage more outdoor time and better fitness? Do you want to improve both the mind and the body of your family members? For all of these concerns, there is no better family gift—and no better way to encourage a successful New Year’s fitness resolution—than a new backyard court for basketball, tennis, volleyball, or multiple sports.

Grand Slam can help you plan a court that is a beautiful addition to your backyard. Best of all your new court will encourage physical activity in the sunshine and fresh air.

Here are some ideas for helping your family develop a fitness habit:

  1. Schedule a time for a family doubles game or basketball competition. You’ll not only have fun but teach good sportsmanship and how to be part of a team.
  2. Use the court as a gathering spot for friends and neighbors. Invite people to come over for an impromptu pick-up game and refreshments. Friendships are certain to grow while you get some exercise.
  3. If your children participate in organized sports, invite the whole team over for some practice time. Your kids will appreciate all the encouragement and support you can provide the team.
  4. In tennis, basketball and volleyball, drills are an important way to develop skills. Drills can also be a great way to develop fitness. Go online to find sets of drills that you can do with the other members of your family.
  5. Outdoor court play is a great way to balance screen time. Consider setting up a rule that for every hour of screen time, kids need to spend an hour playing outdoors. Giving them a second fun activity should make it easier to get them to adhere to screen time guidelines.

Do you have other ideas? Share them on our Facebook page—www.facebook.com/grandslamcourts.

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