There will be times on the pickleball court when you will find yourself in the precarious “transition zone” also often referred to as “no man’s land”.

Sometimes you will end up there because you weren’t quite able to make it all the way up to the net after a drop and other times you will get pushed off the NVZ line by strong offensive play from your opponents.

Being a strong defender is an important skill if you want to take your game to that next level. The best players are able to turn things back around if they find themselves in a tough position during a point. In order to do that you need to have strong reset shot capabilities.

In today’s video we’re going to show you How To Improve Your Reset Shot Consistency.

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