Aphorism -/ˈafəˌrizəm/ a pithy observation that contains a general truth, such as, “if it ain't broke, don't fix it.”. Alright, dangerous may be a bit much. But there are several statements offered by well-meaning players at the local courts that ...Read More →
CLOSING OUT GAMES CAN BE HARD I happened to catch the Ben Johns/Anna Leigh Waters vs. Callie Smith/AJ Koller in the middle of their match at the PPA Carvana tournament. The match offered some insights into our games that I ...Read More →
You love the game, and you want to play your best pickleball. So you carve out time in your schedule to play more. Before you know it, you're playing 4-5 days every week. But will more time playing help you ...Read More →
A commonly heard phrase in the pickleball community is the "forehand takes the middle." A player often uses it right before they cross the centerline to hit a middle ball traveling to the opposite side of the court. But is ...Read More →
We titled our previous blog post “The Soft Game is Always the Right Answer.” While the majority of the feedback has been positive, some apparently misunderstood the statement. In this blog, I want to explain why the pickleball soft game ...Read More →
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