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Pickleball has been more popular in recent years and is one of the fastest growing sports in the country. You can play pickleball right here in Mountlake Terrace by clicking the following button now!

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What is Pickleball Exactly?

Pickleball is a paddle sport that uses a paddle and a plastic ball with holes to blend aspects of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. It’s a game that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and ability levels. Pickleball has basic rules, making it an excellent beginner’s sport. When participants get more experience playing, it may become a hard, fast-paced, and competitive game.

What is the Appeal of Pickleball?

Pickleball’s sudden popularity may be attributed to a variety of factors. The USA Pickleball Association (USAPA) describes the sport as “extremely infectious” for many reasons.

Pickleball is Great for All Skill Levels

Because the rules of pickleball are so similar to those of ping-pong, almost anybody can learn to play it. Pickleball has something for everyone, whether you’re a novice looking to learn a new sport for pleasure or an experienced player seeking the excitement of more competitive play.

Pickleball is Great for Making Friends

Because a pickleball court is smaller than a tennis court (one tennis court may be converted into four pickleball courts), players can converse with one another. So, whether you want to spend time with your family or go on a trip with old or new friends, pickleball makes it simple to do so while still getting in a fun exercise.

Pickleball is a Healthy Workout

Pickleball is an excellent way to work out both your mind and body. Pickleball is a great way to improve your balance, agility, reflexes, and hand-eye coordination without placing too much effort on your body. Pickleball is an excellent option for elderly tennis players who have physical restrictions such as hip, shoulder, knee, or other joint issues.

Parks & Recreation Departments Embrace Pickleball

Many parks and recreation agencies are already adapting tennis courts for pickleball games to suit public demand. Pickleball is an economical and popular option for adding an exciting new activity to your leisure offerings this summer. Pickleball is an accessible alternative for recreational facilities of all sorts since it can be played both inside and outdoors. It’s simple to set up an outdoor pickleball pole, and tri-sport recreational poles make switching between badminton, mini-volleyball, and pickleball a snap.

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