Sundays at Marikina Sports Center

Sunday, October 20, 2013

What do you usually do on a Sunday night?

I used to just lazily wait for the weekend to end. But when we transferred to our new house a year ago, Marikina Sports Center is just 10 minutes away from where we live now. Instead of just lying in bed while watching tv, me and hubby made it a habit to burn the week-long gastronomic indulgence at the center.




I started attending last November 2012 the aerodance class of Garnet, a resident fitness instructor in Marikina Sports Center. His schedule is Monday to Sunday at 8 in the evening. The P50 one hour session is good enough to make me sweat. Garnet's Zumba class every Tuesdays and Thursdays is also a recommended class to attend especially if you want to burn lots of calories.




While I dance the night away, hubby is at the other end of the complex playing tennis. The tennis court at the Marikina Sports Center is well-lit which makes it a good venue for night play.  I also took tennis lessons here in 2008 with my hubby's tennis coach Obet.



Then before heading home, cool down by jogging around the track. 



Let's!!!

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  1. Hi! Can I ask how much it costs you when you play tennis? Like court fee, trainer fee, ball boy fee and all those. Thanks! And do I need to reserve for a court? Or can I walk in?:)

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  2. Court fee for night session is P150/hr (I think P100/hr if there's no need for lights yet), coach charges P200/hr, ballboy P50. It is advisable that you reserve a court but walk-ins are allowed except that you might not get a slot especially during 6-11am and 5-10pm.

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  3. hello! how many tennis courts po ang meron? Thank you!

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    1. There's only one tennis court kaya very advisable to reserve in advance especially pag peak hours

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  4. Good day! Is it necessary to have a ballboy? I am planning to play next week, and I really don't know if it is necessary. Newbie here. Thank you!

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    1. If you plan to have a formal lesson with a coach, it's better to have a ball boy to save time from picking the balls during drills. But right now, MSP doesn't have a ballboy.

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  5. Magknu poang zumba lesson ?

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    1. Hi! P50/hour lang sa kahit sinong instructor. Ang mga Zumba instructors si Rhea, Micko and Garnet. PM class sila.

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  6. can you rent tennis racquets here?

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    1. You have to bring your own tennis racquet.

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  7. hello, may zumba pa rn po ba now? anu pong sched? 1st time kopo pasenxa na. saan ako pay na fee, dun dn po ba sa cashier sa baba kung san pay ng entrance fee?

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    1. Hi! Yes, may schedule ng zumba every day. There are instructors na may 7am sched and meron din mga nagstart ng 530pm until 8-9pm sessions. They usually hold the zumba class sa sepak takraw court pag morning or sa building, then sa evening naman sa old lobby. Sa instructor ka na mismo magbabayad ng 50 pesos.

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  8. Hi! DO you have the contact details of your tennis coach? Thank you!

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