Seventeen time national champion, Jennifer Lucore, shares her Pickleball Quick Tip that is simple but
brilliant! How can you be ready for the ball when you’re waiting at the kitchen line? Watch and listen as this pickleball pro gives all of us some practical advice for being prepared to hit that winning shot! You’ll be amazed what this simple trick can do for your game. It can make you more aware, engaged and focused, and ultimately, it can set you up for hitting the next winner. What is this quick and easy tip? Watch the video to find out!
Control your game with this Pickleball Quick Tip! Hear from pro pickleball player and instructor, Marcin Rozpedski, as he gives valuable instruction on how to stay in control by slowing down the game from anywhere on the court. From the lob to the dink, Marcin lists helpful shots to use to make sure you’re the one controlling the point!
Dee is a nationally-recognized 5.0 tournament-level player. She competes in tournaments regionally and throughout the nation. She specializes in individual and group training, coaching, training program development and pickleball tournament management. She is a highly respected player and contributor to the Pickleball community.
Sign up by contacting Nanci Bent of the Boise Area Pickleball Association via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to many of the top pro pickleball players, the BEST way to improve your game is to DRILL, DRILL and then DRILL some more.
Practice makes perfect. All it takes is setting aside at least ten drilling minutes each time you play to work on fine-tuning your game with some skill specific drills. Commit to that and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how quickly your game will improve.
The Boise Pickleball Club will offer another free Skills + Drills clinic for BPC members on Thursday, May 26 – Manitou Park, starting at 9:00 AM.
These clinics will familiarize experienced players with drills, designed for 2 to 4 players, which can be used to improve pickleball skills.
Bring your paddles. Balls provided. Open play after the clinics.
WHERE: Manitou Park, 2001 South Manitou Avenue, Boise, ID 83706