How Social Media Can Help You Retain Tennis and Pickleball Club Memberships

In 2020 the average internet user spent 2 hours and 24 minutes per day on social media. Just think about how many potential users you could be connecting with if you took advantage of those statistics. It’s time to get your Tennis and Pickleball club onto social media and make an impression on your members. […]

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Newest Types of Pickleball Gear – Paddles and Pickleballs

Pickleball is taking the United States by storm with an estimated 4.2 million players, with an approximate growth rate of 21.3% since 2019. With its growing popularity, more pickleball manufacturers and brands are emerging. We’re here to show you what’s new! What’s The Big Dill With Pickleball? Combining elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong, this easy-to-learn

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Move Like Federer: A Guide on How to Improve Your Tennis Footwork

Roger Federer is a household name. He’s thirty-nine years old — and he’s won 103 titles and counting. Throughout his career, he’s hit 11,344 aces, and he’s won 89% of his 18,630 service games played. Even now, he’s ranked number five in overall ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) standings. And while he’s obviously one of the

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Social Sports: Why Tennis and Pickleball are Great to Play During Covid-19 in 2021

Did you know that a lack of strong relationships can raise your risk of dying prematurely by 50%? That’s right, close relationships with friends aren’t just good for your happiness, they’re critical for your health. The irony of life during the Covid-19 pandemic is that spending time with others can actually threaten our health. Close contact

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How to Make the Most of Lessons with a Private Tennis or Pickleball Coach

A study on private music lessons found that the cost of private lessons balanced out through great rewards. For every $1 spent on private training, music students receive $0.11 in scholarships. Basically, people pursuing a skill largely found the reward to be worth it, but does that translate to sports? Surely, most of us have heard

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