It is never to late or to early to learn pickleball.
“Believe in yourself and your abilities, and you will achieve greatness on the pickleball court.”
If you know us- you know we are the family that shows up to the courts with paddles, ball machine, balls, and 3 kids in tow!
Our oldest just turned 8 years old last week and one of her goals for her 8th year of life is to grow in her pickleball game and play in a tournament.
She works on her forehand, backhands, serves and more. With the colder weather now she practices in our basement.
It’s been a fun joy and honor to watch her grow: her dinking record is 89 without losing the ball! 🔥💪 Which leads us into our Thursday Tip of the Day.
THURSDAY'S TIP OF THE DAY
One of the most important things to keep in mind when playing pickleball is to have confidence in yourself and your abilities. This means believing that you can make the shots you need to make, and that you can win the game. When you have confidence, you’ll be less likely to make mistakes, and more likely to take risks and try new things.
To build your confidence on the pickleball court, start by setting achievable goals for yourself. Maybe you want to improve your serve, or work on your footwork during a match. By setting specific goals, you’ll have something to work towards, and you’ll be able to measure your progress over time.
Another way to build confidence is to practice regularly. The more you play, the more comfortable you’ll be on the court, and the more confident you’ll feel in your abilities. And don’t forget to celebrate your successes along the way, no matter how small they may be. Each victory, no matter how small, will help build your confidence and bring you closer to achieving greatness on the pickleball court.
And lastly don’t forget that if you want to work on your game, find a paddle for your game, or start learning the TPBAB team is here to help you every step of the way! Through lessons, paddle demos, and more.