People all over the world love pickleball for many reasons. How quickly can you start having fun without playing at all? But at this point something happened. Decide to play purely for entertainment or start getting more competitive and participate in leagues and tournaments.
For the latter, they quickly discovered that competing in pickleball required consistently and constantly developing their skills.
By now we've all heard it. “Practice makes perfect” is more than just a fun phrase. There's science behind it. Let's understand Bill Nye a little bit.
Why Pickleball Training Makes You Better
You may have heard of neurons. It's a tiny cell in the brain that turns off lights at ridiculous speeds and makes you think at the speed of light. But what about axons and myelin? If neurons are like water in the world of plumbing, then axons are your tubes. And myelin is the foam insulation that surrounds those pipes.
Stick to the plumbing metaphor a bit more. On very cold days, the thickness of the foam insulation isn't that important. If it's not, or if it's too thin, the pipes will freeze and the water will move slowly, but if the insulation is thick enough, the water can move quickly.
Similarly, myelin thickness determines the speed at which nerve cells travel along an axon. And research has shown that it repeats itself. It thickens your myelin and makes your neurons run faster, so you can drive or walk around town without thinking. You do this so much that there is no resistance on your way to putting your thought process into action.
That's why pickleball practice is such an effective way to improve your skills. Activities that were once sobering by repeating the right pattern are now mindlessly driving to work.
Hone your skills with a drill.
So if you are committed to improving the court sport everyone loves. It's time to work on certain parts of the game that need to be improved through practice. To an outsider, pickleball may seem like an easy task. But when you go beyond the true recreation level of the sport. You will find that there are many aspects.