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“Forehand Takes The Middle” Myth Busted!

Does forehand really take the middle? Across pickleball courts nationwide the prevailing rule of thumb for the middle ball is that the forehand takes it. The reasoning offered is that usually, both players have a stronger forehand than backhand. And typically, with...

How To Develop Quick Hands For Net Domination

When I first met Jordan, I hadn't played much pickleball. I had played maybe a handful of times. And, like everyone that's just getting started, I played like a banger. And, I could bang with the best of them PLUS... it was fun. As soon I started playing with Jordan...

Depth & Directional Control On Your Groundstrokes

I coach pickleball lessons but I still also coach a lot of tennis lessons. And I’ve come to observe that improvement doesn’t happen the way most people think. I work with a player that is a highly ranked junior national tennis player. She is very talented and will...

How To Hit An Around The Post (ATP) Shot

In this video, we're going to cover how to setup and hit an around the post (ATP) shot. Jordan will break down what to look out for when an opportunity to hit an ATP is about to present itself. He will also cover where to make contact and where to aim....

#1 Overhead Smash Killer | A dangerous mistake you may be making

I got to hit last Friday for a total of maybe 10 minutes (no more than 15) for the first time in over 5 months. And it will be the last time for probably at least another few weeks I’m still on the mend from a back injury and could feel the pain creep up on me even...

How To Improve Your Reset Shot Consistency

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...

3 Keys To A Killer 3rd Shot Drop