Boise Racquet and Swim Club

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1116 N Cole Rd, Boise, ID, USA
1 (208) 376-1052

WELCOME TO

BOISE RACQUET AND SWIM CLUB


About Us

Welcome to the Boise Racquet & Swim Club, Idaho’s premier tennis club. Established in 1967 the club is member-owned and family oriented. Improve your overall health. Indulge your competitive spirit and enjoy quality time with family and friends.

We have 23 tennis courts – 9 outdoor hard courts, 2 outdoor clay courts & 12 indoor hard courts, that can be reserved by members only using our online system. Our staff includes 7 certified teaching professionals who offer private, semi-private lessons, clinics and camps for both adult and youth. Adults enjoy 2 “block time” sessions per year. We have a weight room with free weights, cardio training, a stretching room and stretching cage, functional trainer, individual weight stations, as well as, treadmills, stair stepper, ellipticals and bikes. Fitness instructors offer a variety of fitness classes, aerobics, yoga, and circuit training. Enjoy our outdoor swimming pool, opened from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend. We offer swimming lessons, pool parties, and have a competitive and non-competitive swim team.

No outside alcohol allowed on premises
No pets allowed

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NEWS & EVENTS

FACILITY INFORMATION

BRSC STAFF


ADULT TENNIS

Welcome to the Boise Racquet & Swim Club, Idaho’s premier tennis club. Established in 1967 the club is member-owned and family oriented. Improve your overall health. Indulge your competitive spirit and enjoy quality time with family and friends.

Outdoor court fees are included in memberships. To view our indoor court fees, click here.

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ADULT LESSONS

ADULT TOURNAMENTS

BRSC BLOCKS

BRSC PROFESSIONALS


JUNIOR TENNISThis is what TENNIS does for kids!

1. Develops Self-Esteem: Watching your hard work pay off and achieving your goals develops self-confidence.  Achieving a sport or fitness goal encourages you to achieve other goals they set.  This is a rewarding and exciting leaning process.
2. Regular Exercise:  Exercise after all, sound like work, but tell a kid to go out and play and you won’t get any argument.  When kids play sports they don’t even realize how much healthier they are becoming.  Building stamina and endurance. Exercise also a natural way to loosen up and let go of stress.
3. Teaches Leadership Skills: While team sports require team effort, kids still lean about leadership.  They learn about responsibility as they recognize the vital roles they play on their team.  Leadership isn’t always about who is the best or on top; quiet leadership is about being accountable for your actions and being a role model for sportsmanship.
3. Teamwork: The ability to work well with other is a skill that youth athletes will learn playing doubles and they will bring it with them throughout their entire lives.  It will benefit them when they get older and prove to be beneficial when they have to work with others at their jobs.
4. Stronger Relationships: Because of the social aspect of team sports, kids learn how to handle themselves better in social situations They develop a sense of camaraderie and community, allowing them to maintain and nurture stronger relationships.
5. Better Communicators: Sports put them in many social situations where they need to express themselves.  Because sports promote teamwork and foster relationships, kids also become better at communicating.
6. Teaches Respect: Sports don’t just teach kids the fundamentals of playing, but it also instills respect for authority and rules.  At a very young age, children who play sports lean the consequences that come with not following rules. They are taught to respect their coaches who guide them and the officials who work to ensure the games are fair.  They also lean good sportsmanship and to treat their opponents respectfully, win or lose.

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JUNIOR LESSONS

JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS

BRSC PROFESSIONALS

BRSC SUMMER CAMPS


BRSC FITNESS

Personal Training has resumed.

Please contact Dave Massie (208-863-4818 or [email protected]) directly to schedule a training session.

Limited in-person fitness classes have resumed.

If you would like to know a description of the fitness classes, please Click Here

For more information on any specific class, please contact Jeanette Light at 850-5838 or by email at [email protected]

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BRSC FITNESS

PERSONAL TRAINING


BRSC SWIMMING POOL 

Our pool will be opening June 15th!

2020 pool memberships will not be sold.

Members can call the Front Desk to reserve a pool session in advance for no charge.

Daily session guest passes will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

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2020 POOL INFORMATION

BRSC SWIM TEAM

BRSC LAP SWIM

NARWAL’S SWIM LESSONS

BRSC POOL PARTIES

POOL RULES & REGULATIONS


BRSC MEMBERSHIP

Tennis Membership at BRSC is all encompassing of our club amenities. As a tennis member, you have the opportunity to enjoy play on any of our 23 well-maintained hard courts. We have 9 outdoor hard courts, 2 outdoor clay courts, and 12 indoor courts, you’ve got year-round play at BRSC! Tennis members are welcomed to participate in our club activities and events including blocks, leagues, programs, mixers, clinics and social events. Our club has offerings to fit every individual”s needs and schedule. We also offer playing opportunities for juniors with our lessons, clinics, match play and compass draws. Additionally, as a tennis member you are able to participate in our extensive listing of fitness/group exercise classes, have full use of the weight and cardio rooms and enjoyment of the pool during the summer months. All this and more is available as a tennis member of the Boise Racquet & Swim Club.

For more information contact Josh Worden, our membership coordinator and he would love to schedule a tour and answer any questions you may have, 208-376-1052 ex 119 or by email at [email protected]

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CONTACT US

Boise Racquet and Swim Club

1116 N Cole Rd
Boise, ID 83704

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Email: [email protected]

HOURS

Mon. thru Fri. – 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Sat. & Sun. – 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Masks are required at the facility while not participating in activities
COVID19 Guidelines for USTA League Matches, CLICK HERE
For the most recent USTA Return to Play guidelines, CLICK HERE


Make an online court reservation CLICK HERE
Club Automation Member Portal ‘How To’ Manual CLICK HERE


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Hi everyone...here is a training clip on the shoulders. If you have questions let me know. Thanks!

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Tuesday, March 31, 2020

1, 2, 3 and to the 4!!!

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Thursday, April 30, 2020

WHAT'S YOUR MANTRA???

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Thursday, April 23, 2020

RETURN of SERVE TIPS1. Timing of the split-step2. Quick shoulder turn3. Reload outside leg4. Move forwardChecklist1. Wider stance2. Dead hands3. Borrow paceGO BRSC😷✌️

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Thursday, April 16, 2020

******EFFORTLESS POWER*******How to easily produce leverage with your strokes using the ground and your "Power Pocket".

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Thursday, April 9, 2020

Yard & home volleys

Hello all BRSC members, hoping your all staying healthy during quarantine. Here’s a quick video , one of several I’ll send out in next few weeks, to help keep your tennis skills sharp while at home. Call or email with any questions or if there’s something you’d like me to do a video of. Bill Gray

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Friday, March 27, 2020

How about a little mini-tennis?

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Saturday, March 28, 2020

At Home Lower Body Training

Good morning to everyone...here are a few good home tips to keep your lower body in good condition. If you have any questions please dont hestitate to ask. Stay tuned for some good fitness challenges coming soon!

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Thursday, April 9, 2020

Perfecting your pushup

Hi everybody, today's training tip is how to get stronger in your pushups. This exercise will help strengthen the entire upper body to allow for better tennis strokes and healthier shoulders! Stay safe and see everyone soon!

Posted by Boise Racquet and Swim Club on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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