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Playing pickleball allows you to work on your...

  • balance

  • agility

  • reflexes

  • hand-eye coordination

without putting excessive strains on your body!


Pickleball is a wonderful sport for all generations, but especially a great alternative for older players who used to play tennis, but have physical limitations such as hip, shoulder, knee, or other joint problems.

and it's fun!

If you’re thinking about playing pickleball, the best thing you can do is just pick up a paddle and try it.

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#1 Again... It’s fun!

Pickleball is just flat out fun for all ages. Although some say it is a cross between tennis, badminton, and ping pong, hitting a ball with a paddle is a great feeling. Like most sports, this game also has strategy, technique, and even the complicated spin shots more advanced players develop! Lobbing the ball to your opponent to make them work harder can also be a source of entertainment! 


#2  It Provides Great Exercise

Pickleball may not be as cardio-intensive as tennis, but it can still give you a workout and get your blood pumping. It's a great form of exercise, and we can't deny the benefits that exercise provides us, no matter what your age is!

#3  Fulfills Your Competitive Side!

This is a sport that is not known for being super competitive, although it does offer that opportunity if you want to get good at it, develop strategies, and perfect your serve!


#4  It's Social

People who tend to play pickleball regularly do so because they also enjoy the social aspects. It brings people together for fun and laughter and even after a "well-fought" game, it is easy to relax with refreshing beverages and strike up conversations with your opponents. 


#5  It Doesn't Drain Your Budget

Getting started in Pickleball can be very inexpensive. The paddles and balls are easily found in most major sporting goods stores and online. Unlike other sports, you don't need a lot of extras such as specialty bags, sports attire, shoes, or other paraphernalia. If you are playing on indoor courts, they may have restrictions on foot wear, but regular tennis shoes usually suffice.

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