Anyone who teaches pickleball to beginners, probably starts with a few safety tips. These little, seemingly common sense mentions cannot be overlooked or be given too much emphasis. They are probably the most important part of a new player's first lesson. Here's a sampling of what a beginner should be taught, before even picking up… Continue reading NO BALL IS WORTH THE FALL!
Many of us are back on the pickleball courts after several months of staying apart, doing our part to curb the spread of Covid-19. Here in Toledo, all the clubs in our local communities stayed dormant until our governor said it was ok to play, well, tennis. We didn't get a personalized shout out that… Continue reading What are you doing?
I have asked a local physical therapy professional, Daniel McCarthy, to guest write this post. The following is a comprehensive piece with helpful information that you can use to build a personalized fitness program aimed at helping you to safely begin playing pickleball, when play is again allowed. You will find lists of exercises, along… Continue reading Are you PHYSICALLY prepared to play after a long break?
It's a different world out there these days. For the first time in most of our lifetimes, we are experiencing something we never imagined would happen. Whether you believe the severity of the times or not, it has affected our daily lives. Our routines have been interrupted by closings of about everything we take for… Continue reading USAPA statement on Corona-virus
Without doing any research, I can safely say that pickleball has an older age demographic. But, when it comes to heart attacks on the court, age doesn't matter and we are hearing more and more stories of players suffering heart attacks on the court. Some of these stories have "happy" endings, others sadly don't. I… Continue reading Will you be ready?