Recover Faster, Train Smarter: New Atlanta Resource for tennis enthusiasts who want to ‘Stay in the Game’


Recover Faster, Train Smarter
New Atlanta Resource for tennis enthusiasts who want to ‘Stay in the Game’

Atlanta, GA- March 4, 2011 – Local tennis player, entrepreneur, mother Deb Beacham launches, an online and local resource focused on aiding athletes who refuse to let injury or challenge impede their desire to train hard, compete at their best and win.
‘If preventing injury, recovering faster, overcoming challenges and improving performance are on your mind as an athlete then this is your next stop,’ says Deb. Driven to not let injury or physical challenge get in the way of pushing her tennis game or athletic ability, Sports Rehab Shop’s founder sourced out and has now worked with an extensive network of Sports Medicine Providers, trainers, coaches & players who all share the same philosophy – never stand still, push beyond what you think you can do & deliver exceptional results to those depending on you.

Sports Rehab Shop is committed to providing products & sharing about service providers that meet her SRS Gold Standard for quality & commitment. Cutting edge training & rehab tools and supplements complement the traditional – and sometimes it is just the combination or timing or technique that is highlighted. Advice from leading edge professionals drives proper use and speeds recovery as well as enhances performance.

Passion for competing in tennis, for improving all aspects of her game, have been fueled by staff at Olde Towne Athletic Club in Marietta and taken to another level by the Sports Medicine Community that she’s been developing here in Atlanta since 2001. Commitment to sharing what works in sports rehab & performance technology led to the creation of this new local business. Providing meaningful support to competitors ranging from the Emerging Athlete to the Weekend Warrior to the Elite or Pro Athlete is her mission.

Local star Jamie Hampton learned about Sports Rehab Shop & Deb Beacham at Olde Towne Athletic Club and that relationship launched exposure to pro tennis. Word started spreading and before long the Sports Rehab Shop tips and products were sought out by the twin duo Bob & Mike Bryan.  Now almost a later they use & request the latest from this group going into each major event.  And their track record using these products is hard to argue with!  Being paired with the Bryan Bros at tournaments is giving Sports Rehab Shop the chance to show some of our favorite athletes how to get an edge by increasing muscle endurance, improving circulation/reducing inflammation & speeding recovery.   Sharing these tips around getting that winning edge by partnering with is another development for this local business that you’ll want to follow.

Earlier this year Sports Rehab Shop made it’s first appearance on the Atlanta tennis scene. ‘We had a great time at our debut at the Australian Open Wild Card even at RCS & appreciated Patricia Jensen’s & Remington Reynolds’ warm welcome to the venue and event. Seeing our sponsored local star Jamie Hampton compete against some of the best the US has coming up through the ranks was an amazing experience.’

‘We’re looking forward to getting involved with more athletes of all levels & working with more events to add value this way.’ Deb and her twins are enjoying getting involved in new ways in the tennis community and explains, ‘what we learn from athletes, coaches, trainers & sports medicine providers is worth sharing. Athletes and those who support them, including parents of Rising Stars, want the latest in technology – whether it’s a simple pain eliminating tool or a recovery-speeding supplement such as the eye-opening Mineral Fit Recovery Drink. Training devices such as Grip4orce – new on the scene and a tennis exclusive at – are giving athletes ways to elevate both training & performance while supporting recovery and to do on court what we strive to do.

Sports Rehab Shop’s owner/athlete also has a big passion for the wheelchair community – and plans to join forces and contribute both financially and as a resource in connecting new technology or improved services to athletes needing a higher level of support and care. Watch out for blog posts on this and other community related contributions from this inspired mother and entrepreneur.

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If you would like more information or to schedule an interview with Deb Beacham, please contact Michele Paige, Communications Director at 404-395-9073 or email Michele at