These are the top 9 pickleball skills you need specifically for doubles in order to be a force on the court: #1 - Dinking and Dink Volleys. #2 - Attacking from the non-volley zone line. #3 - Resetting & Blocking from the non-volley zone line & mid-court. #4 -...
You should never back up…they say! Wrong. There’s a time to hold the line and there’s a time to back up. The trick is knowing when to do what. Here we show you 5 ways to use backing up as a smart pickleball strategy.
Many players are out there making this #1 beginner pickleball mistake. We understand why many start this way at the very beginning when they’re just trying to get the ball over a few times. However, once you have that down you need to evolve away from this as soon as possible or else risk putting a ceiling on your game. Nobody wants that!
The PrimeTime Pickleball Team livestream replay celebrating 10K subscribers is here! We answer many frequently asked questions about pickleball and PrimeTime. We dive deep on why we started the channel, what’s to come, how comments help shape the channel, pickleball advice and much much more…
What separates the best from the rest is not only their ability to hit good shots consistently but it’s their ability to know when to hit what. What they do best that is often overlooked because we only remember the most spectacular shots is that they hit high percentage shots 99% of the time. That’s why they win! Here’s how to model pro dinking strategy.
Dinking is getting more and more aggressive, are your dinks keeping up or are they falling behind? The old way of dinking is dead. Here’s how to hit a great slice backhand dink to push your opponents back off the line and setup more pop ups that you can attack…
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