Padel Level 1 Explained, Intensive Padel Clinic, Barcelona - Event Booking
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3 day intensive midweek Padel clinic: for groups with their specific composition

Welcome to our Padel level 1 explanation page

Padel level 1 is best for you, when…

 

You are already playing Padel frequently, once/twice a week and with for instance a tennis background, but do not play Padel competitions yet.

 

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 level 1 intensive Padel training we focus on:

  • Position on the court (where, when, why, thinking in advance)
  • Zone defense: wall in parallel and diagonal, double wall.
  • Zone attack: volley drive & backhand, bandeja, vibora.
  • Position in the field.
  • And all that comes to mind.

 

Positions & game situations

 

  • Basic drive and reverse strokes
  • Drive and reverse cut
  • The rebound of drive wall and backward
  • Drive and reverse volley
  • Balloon with and without wall
  • Bandega
  • Counter balloon and wall descent
  • Attack smash
  • Take out and rest
  • Defense positioning
  • Positioning when attacking
  • And all that comes to mind.
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Day 1 training of the level 1 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.

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Day 2 training of level 1 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 its best to hit the ball, directions, height, and objectives of the lob.

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Day 3 training of level 1 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.

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