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Gearbox GX6 Power Paddle

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PROLITE Crush PowerSpin 2.0 Paddle

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CRBN1 (Elongated) Non-Tournament Paddle
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Diadem Warrior Paddle
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Diadem Warrior Paddle

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Joola Hyperion CAS 16 Paddle
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Gearbox GX6 Control Paddle
Gearbox

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Diadem Warrior Paddle
Diadem

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Diadem Warrior Paddle

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Picking the Perfect (pickleball) Partner

”Picking the Perfect Partner” sounds like it may be an article for an online dating website. While finding your perfect match in life is certainly important; so is finding your ideal pickleball teammate! How can YOU find the perfect pickleball partner?

One Size Handle Does NOT Fit All

There’s a plethora of research out there on pickleball paddles and please take time to explore before making a purchase. Your game and wallet will thank you. Obviously the weight, surface shape, and material are very important when choosing a paddle, but this article is going to take a slightly different “spin” on that research. Let's explore paddles best for players with smaller hands!

Setting Goals and Making Growth in Pickleball

After traveling to some pickleball communities outside of my own, I have noticed they all share commonalities. Many times, you hear people talking about how they just really want to master their third shot drop. Another skill that players want to improve- the reset or “slowing down the point.” Some that have solid technique want to work on court awareness and trying to read their opponent better. The list could go on and on; each player that you meet wants to improve and has a goal or two in mind. This got me thinking - what are some specific things that you can do to accomplish your pickleball goals?