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Ep 24: Footwork + Off-Ball Movement = Better Pickleball

November 5, 2023

Ep 24: Footwork + Off-Ball Movement = Better Pickleball

November 5, 2023

Ep 24: Footwork + Off-Ball Movement = Better Pickleball

Put on your dancing shoes! This week, the PickleBros focus their passion and energy on footwork –specifically, on crucial off-ball movement. Are you doing enough to shade with your partner? Are you moving up to capitalize on your partner’s great third shot drops and drives? Are you positioning yourself properly while your partner handles a lob? Or are you stuck in cement-footed snooze mode? Tune in for a ton of handy tips, beefs and non-beefs of the week, and happy birthday wishes for PickleBro Jesse.

0:00 start
0:31 birthday wishes to Jesse
2:12 Our beefs and no beefs
11:37 Our main topic: off-ball movement and court positioning
13:19 What do you do when your partner is dropping or driving their thirds?
21:44 What should you do when your partner is engaged in a prolonged dink battle?
31:38 What should you do when your partner is about to hit an overhead slam?
40:45 Off-ball movement using fake Ernes
44:45 PickleBros diagrams
58:04 PickleBros videos

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4 Comments

  1. You guys are great, thank you.

  2. I really enjoy all four of you giving insights on what goes on in your mind during match play. Learned a lot from listening to you guys. I'm still new at pickleball. Only learned to play for about 11 months. I come from tennis background.

    So my thought is what if I can get really good at attacking my opponents at the kitchen line from the upper transition area like many times I see ALW at in a firefight. If I can blast hard groundstrokes at my opponents and still be able to keep the ball in play why don't I start the attack there instead of always dinking and wait for an opportunity? Just saying this would be another option to add to my game. What are your thoughts? Thanks!

  3. Dogger says:

    my beef is Tim's mustache

  4. Can I give my beef? Well I got 2 and one of you may have mentioned the first one a couple episode ago.. If you are a spectator… dont call balls in and out. I hit a winner, I thought it was in, opponent 1 thought it was in opponent 2 didnt see and a spectator yells out and everyone went with that… ummmm WHAT?! they were the farthest from the ball. Beef 2.. Enunciate! speak loudly and clearly the score.. people who whisper it and then no one on the court can remember the score sometimes

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