Padel Level Beginners Explained, Intensive Padel Clinic, Barcelona - EB
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Welcome to our Padel beginners level page

The Padel Beginner level is best for you, when…

 

You are a beginning Padel player and you have some knowledge of Padel. You already play once in a while. Maybe you have a background in ball sports as well.

You know a little about the rules and regulations on how the game is played and now you would like to improve your skills in a short, intensive time.

 

The intensive midweek Padel program

Our aim is, to improve the level of any individual on how Padel can/should be played to obtain the highest pleasure status during playing in a short time through intensive training.

Note: In order to enjoy the intensive midweek Padel training as well as possible, you need to be in a good condition.

The intensive midweek Padel program is specially developed for Padel by, Event Booking, I Love Padel & Alex Ponseti ©.

During the Beginner level intensive Padel training we focus on:

  • Explanation on all that involves Padel
  • How to hold your Padel racket.
  • Basic drive and reverse strokes
  • Basic service
  • Basic drive and reverse volley
  • Ball rebound of the wall
  • General position on the court
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Day 1 training of the beginner level will consist of:

In the morning from 10h – 12h

 

1 – 5 minutes of physical warming-up: cardiovascular exercises to activate the specific muscles needed for Padel (without the ball).

2 – 10 minutes warming-up with the ball: parallel and cross half court rallies and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 30 minutes of technical training of the basic forehand and backhand. Explanation and exercises with ball-cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, and on which height it’s best to hit the ball.

4 – 15 minutes of rally exercises practice of the basic strokes forehand and backhand applying the just learned technique.

5 – 30 minutes of forehand and backhand cut technique: explanation and exercises with ball cart for body positioning, ball height, arm travel, and moment of impact.

6 – 15 minutes of practice of forehand and backhand slice technique: several stroke exercises applying the just learned techniques.

7 – 10 minutes of stretching.

8 – 5 minutes closing of the class: consolidation of what was learned.

 

In the afternoon from 14h – 16h

 

1 – 5 minutes of physical warming-up: cardiovascular exercises to activate the specific muscles needed for Padel (without the ball).

2 – 10 minutes warming-up with the ball: parallel and cross half court rallies and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 30 minutes of rebound wall basic techniques for forehand and backhand. Explanation and exercises with ball cart for body position, ball height, arm travel, and moment of impact.

4 – 15 minutes of practice of basic strokes of ball rebound off the wall of drive and its setback. Several exercises applying the learned technique in rallies.

5 – 30 minutes of practice of the basic forehand and backhand volley. Explanation and exercises with ball cart for body positioning, ball height, arm travel, and moment of impact.

6 – 15 minutes of practice of the basic forehand and backhand volley. Several stroke exercises applying the learned technique.

7 – 10 minutes of stretching.

8 – 5 minutes closing of the class: consolidation of what was learned.

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Day 2 training of the beginner level will consist of:

In the morning from 10h – 12h

 

1 – 5 minutes of physical warming-up: cardiovascular exercises to activate the specific muscles needed for Padel (without the ball).

2 – 10 minutes warming-up with the ball: parallel and cross half court rallies, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 30 minutes of several lob techniques such as with the wall and without a wall. Explanation and exercises with ball cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, on which height it’s best to hit the ball, directions, height, and objectives of the lob.

4 – 15 minutes of practice of the lob along with the basic strokes, forehand, and backhand. To start understanding how to choose the best moment to play the lob and how to return the lob.

5 – 30 minutes of the technique of the basic ¨Bandeja¨ shot (Tray). Explanation and exercises with ball cart for better body position, movement of the legs, arm travel, moment of impact, on which height its best to hit the ball, and directions.

6 – 15 minutes of practice of basic ¨Bandeja¨ (tray). A rally exercises to learn the different directions and speeds of the ¨Bandeja¨ (Tray).

7 – 10 minutes of stretching.

8 – 5 minutes closing of the class: consolidation of what was learned.

 

In the afternoon from 14h – 16h

 

1 – 5 minutes of physical warming-up: cardiovascular exercises to activate the specific muscles needed for Padel (without the ball).

2 – 10 minutes warming-up with the ball: parallel and has cross-court rallies, volley against a volley, cross-court rallies, and cross-court rallies with low balls and lobs.

3 – 30 minutes of counter-lob techniques and the ball descent of the wall. Positioning of the body, height of the ball, arm travel, and moment of impact.

4 – 15 minutes of practice of the counter-lob and the descent of the wall mixed with the rest of the learned strokes.

5 – 30 minutes of attack smash techniques. Explaining the body positioning, ball height, arm stroke, movement of the legs, and moment of impact.

6 – 15 minutes of smash practice along with the ¨Bandeja¨ (Tray). An exercise to learn how to choose the best moment to finish the point.

7 – 10 minutes of stretching.

8 – 5 minutes closing of the class: consolidation of what was learned.

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Day 3 training of the beginner level will consist of:

In the morning from 10h – 12h

 

1 – 5 minutes of physical warming-up: cardiovascular exercises to activate the specific muscles needed for Padel (without the ball).

2 – 10 minutes warming-up with the ball: parallel and balls cross-court rallies, volley against a volley, cross-court rallies, and cross-court rallies with low balls and lobs.

3 – 30 minutes of the technique of the service and the return of Service. Understanding the rules of hitting a Padel Service, the body position, arm travel, moment of impact, on which height its best to hit the ball, return Service technique and directions and speed of the Serve and return of Service.

4 – 15 minutes of Padel Service practice and the return of Service. Training the body position, arm travel, moment of impact, on which height its best to hit the ball and directions and speed of the Serve and how to return a Service.

5 – 15 minutes of tactics or a correct positioning to defend. Depending on the played game by your opponent you will have to choose between different ways to defend. Learn to move with your partner and guess which shot the opponent will make while defending.

6 – 15 minutes of tactics for the correct positioning when you want to attack. Depending on the played game by your opponent you will have to choose between different ways to attack. Learn to move with your partner and guess which shot the opponent will make while attacking.

7 – 10 minutes of stretching.

8 – 5 minutes closing of the class: consolidation of what was learned.

 

Shower, dry close, relax, lunch, tips and tricks and explanation on equipment and accessories, preparation for the afternoon.

 

In the afternoon from 14h – 16h

 

1 – 5 minutes of physical warming-up: cardiovascular exercises to activate the specific muscles needed for Padel (without the ball).

2 – 10 minutes warming-up with the ball: parallel and cross-court rallies, volley against a volley, cross-court rallies, and cross-court rallies with low balls and lobs.

3 – 45 minutes of review of all the shots learned during the ¨Intensive Midweek Padel Clinic¨.

4 – 45 minutes of the game with the coach.

5 – 10 minutes of stretching.

6 – 5 minutes closing with a review of what’s learned followed by an intensive farewell for as long as you like.

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