Want to Play Better Pickleball? Avoid THIS Mistake
By: Tony Roig | March 23, 2024 |

Want to Play Better Pickleball? Avoid THIS Mistake

If you want to improve your pickleball shots and mechanics, you need to practice.

Practice can mean as simple as 5 or 10 minutes before you start playing. It does not have to mean three hours on the court but if you have the time and the inclination, by all means, do it.

You can also practice a lot by yourself.

And that’s super valuable because your muscles have no idea whether you’re out on the pickle ball court playing a game or whether you’re anywhere in the universe hitting a ball.

Muscle memory is what you need. You need repetitions in order to develop muscle memory.

We share with you different ways you can get the work in this video – but they all involve some amount of non-play work on your pickleball game.

0:00 Introduction to your pickleball improvement

0:31 Debunk the myth of “I’ll just get better playing pickleball”

1:29 The answer to hitting better pickleball shots and how to

2:31 Muscle memory is the key

 

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Tony Roig

Hola. Hello. Konichiwa. After 40 years playing tennis, I am now a full-time pickleball player and professional. As a 5.0 rated Senior Pro Pickleball Player and an IPTPA-certified Master Teaching Professional, my focus is on helping players like you learn to play their best pickleball. In 2016, shortly after starting to play pickleball, my friend Tom and I jumped into the highest division at the first US Open in Naples, Florida. That morning it became clear just how much there is to learn in this seemingly simple sport – a lifetime of learning if you so choose. Since 2018, I have been on a mission to share my knowledge of pickleball so other players can enjoy the game at a higher level and attain their pickleball objectives. When not studying or playing pickleball, I like to travel with my other half, Jill.