Erskine’s top-seeded women’s tennis player Corin Hallman credits TRX training for an upswing in strength and endurance while going undefeated the past two years.
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Erskine’s top-seeded women’s tennis player Corin Hallman credits TRX training for an upswing in strength and endurance while going undefeated the past two years. (Submitted)
When the Erskine College women’s tennis team chases its 10th consecutive Conference Carolinas tournament title, beginning Friday, the Fleet have much more going for them than just confidence.
They have increased strength.
Increased flexibility.


And, among the results has been Erskine top seed Corin Hallman not losing a conference singles match in two years. She was last season’s conference player of the year and is the favorite to repeat.
Erskine, also winner of nine of the past 10 regular-season conference crowns, chose last season to make an even harder push at excelling on the regional level.
If the Fleet do accomplish that this year, they can thank a simple belt.
A TRX belt, to be exact.

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