In 1948, Preston Tucker attempted to bring a totally new automobile to the marketplace. “Why am I bringing this up?” you ask. Because it has everything to do with pickleball posture.
In 1976 Timothy Gallwey wrote The Inner Game of Tennis. Why are we opening this post with a 31-year-old tennis book? Because if you are serious about pickleball you should read it; then say “bounce-hit”. … Continue reading →
Deepak Chopra said, “The only real time is the here and now.” As I meditated this morning on those words, I thought about pickleball focus. When you are playing are you only focused on the here and now?
In this post we offer advice on how to contend with inner knee pain. In this case, I’m not talking about inside the knee-joint itself, but rather on the inner part of your leg or medial side of the knee. Specifically, what is called pes anserine bursitis.
From time to time we ask our readers for suggested topics. Coming back from a pickleball injury has been suggested many times. Here’s my story of how not to do it.
Good teams will adjust their pickleball strategy if it isn’t working. Being able to recognize a situation is not working is a huge part of your journey to pickleball mastery. It is also important that you recognize when your opponents have decided to try something different. … Continue reading →