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Serve Up Success: Learning the New Sport of Pickleball



 Pickleball is one of the newest and most fun sports to play. It may seem confusing to begin with, but it is quite easy to learn. What makes this sport fun is that you can play it on any surface as long as you have the right equipment. With its growing popularity, now is a great time for you and your child to learn how to play. Let’s take a look at the different ways to learn how to play Pickleball. No matter how you learn best, there are many options: trial-and-error, learning as you go, watching YouTube videos and more. Pick what works for you and get started. 

YouTube is one of the greatest resources around as it allows people across the world to learn anything simply by watching videos. So it is no surprise there are Pickleball videos out there. We suggest this method for the basics of any sport; however, it is especially helpful when learning the game of Pickleball, including the rules and etiquette of the game. 

When it comes to Pickleball, it involves physical repetitions which working with your child is a great option. Pickleball is not a sport that you can play alone, you need a partner at your local club or community center. One can also learn by playing with friends and family who already know and love the game. It can be beneficial to sit back and watch or be your child’s partner while they learn the game.

There is always the option to buy private lessons with a Pickleball professional who knows how to mentor and teach your child the sport. Although there is a financial commitment, it is a quick way to improve your child’s Pickleball skills. Your child will learn quickly because the lessons are specific to what your child needs. 

We suggest three options to help your child learn the new sport of Pickleball. YouTube videos, learning the game together, or working with a professional are all ways to enjoy the up and coming game of Pickleball.


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