Padel tactics: How close should players play from the net?

  In multiple occasions, when defending players manage to move their rivals towards the back of the court, they tend to get closer to the net in order to gain a better attacking position and control over the court. The key question is at what distance should we place ourselves from the net when attacking? […]

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#MackFriday on the lookout

It´s here. Our online version of #black Friday suited in the #gamechangers style: #MackFriday. Starting Thursday, November 23 at 0.00 hours until Sunday, November 26 12.00pm our three designer padel racquets will be sold with 40% discount through our online store: padeltrainershop.com.  A one-use code: #MackFriday will allow padel fans to purchase their Toxic, Stamina and Stärke […]

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Cues for improved padel reaction speed

  When climbing the ladder of padel performance balls do fly at a much faster rate.  It is so much difficult to anticipate in padel than in any other sport, given the simple fact that there are two of you anticipating at the same time.  While coordination and communication is a must  (six clues to […]

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Padel club management: engaging padel for ROI streams

  Padel is rising sensation throughout Europe. Not quite squash, somehow close to tennis, padel combines the best elements of racket sports adding its own twist through its social closeness. A soft learning curve allows the sport to reach a wide scope of the population regardless of weather conditions. From frosty Sweden to sunny Mediterranean, […]

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La Habana de Hemingway: welcome to our court

La Habana de Hemingway: Welcome to our Court Finding common ground. What could link PadelTrainer to the writings of the 1954 literature NobelPrize winner? It is unlikely we would have seen Ernest Hemingway playing Padel.  A serious injury during 1stWW prevented the writter to deal with serious action sports.  Nonetheless; he was a man´s, man. […]

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