10 New Year’s Resolutions: Another great pickleball blog post by Laura – pickleballcentral.com

https://blog.pickleballcentral.com/2020/01/14/10-pickleball-new-years-resolutions-you-can-add-to-your-to-do-list/ 10 Pickleball New Year’s Resolutions You Can Add to Your To-Do List posted in Improve Your Game by Laura The New Year brings plenty of excitement and big plans, but it can also be easy to lose steam! Now that we’re almost through the first half of January 2020, how have your resolutions held up?

Simone Jardim: Forehand Topspin Groundstrokes [Video]

Forehand Topspin Groundstrokes - Simone Jardim video Simone Jardim Pickleball Simone is back with Phil Metz, and 2 #pickleball students Chris and Maria Pownall to show us the proper form for forehand topspin groundstrokes. Check out Simone's other sites: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesimonejar... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simonep_jardim

2 Step Dinking Strategy to Set Up Your Attack & Win the Point Fast! – Jordan Brave Briones – PrimetimePickleball.com [Video]

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Pickleball Serving Styles – How Does Your Serve Compare? – PickleballisLife [Video]

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Why the Way You Hold Your Paddle Can Strengthen Play – PickleballCentral.com – by Laura [Videos]

Drilling skills, working on placement and learning new strategies are all necessary steps towards becoming a better player, but there’s a simple yet often overlooked factor that also comes into play: grip. How a player holds their paddle affects how quickly they can respond to volleys and makes it easier or