Padel Level 3 Explained, Intensive Padel Clinic, Barcelona - Event Booking
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Event Booking Padel level 3 intensive midweek padel training 05

Welcome to our Padel level 3 explanation page

Padel level 3 is best for you, when…

 

You are a player when you play competition and Interclub with at least 1.000 points and Grand Slam.

 

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 3 intensive Padel training you will focus on:

  • Positioning on the court & game situations
  • Zone defense: wall in parallel & diagonal, double-wall, the position of the feet.
  • Zone attack: volley drive & backhand, bandeja, vibora, smash parallel, via positions 3 & 4.
  • Game situation: direction of the ball, height, lob, fastball, short ball, position on the field.
  • And all that comes to mind.
3 day intensive midweek Padel clinic: 1 player + 1 supporter - 1 double room, 3 nights / 4 days or more in **** Hotel (Copy)

Day 1 training of the level 3 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-court rallies, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 30 minutes of technique to perfect the point of impact, movement of the feet, displacements, and supports in the defensive zone without and 1 and 2 walls.

4 – 30 minutes of technique to perfect the attack volley, volley to the fence, and drop shot. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, on which height it’s best to hit the ball, and moment of impact and directions.

5 – 15 minutes of practice the point of impact, movement of the feet, displacements, and support in defense along with the attack volley, volley to the fence, and left sight of the court.

6 – 15 minutes of technique concerning the flat volley. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, on which height it’s best to hit the ball, and moment of impact and directions.

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 half court rallies, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 15 minutes of sliced lob techniques. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for a better position, arm travel, a moment of impact, which is best to hit the ball, footwork, and moment of impact and directions.

4 – 30 minutes of practicing the sliced lob with ball descent of the wall and the blocking volley. Padel racket exercises applying the learned technique.

5 – 15 minutes of technique to improve the topspin attack smash: explanation and exercises with ball cart for the placement of the body, placement of the Padel, travel of the arm, moment of impact, and directions.

6 – 30 minutes of technique to perfect the ¨Bandeja¨ (tray), ¨Vibora¨ (Viper), and the fence smash. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, on which height it’s best to hit the ball, placement of the blade, and moment of impact and directions.

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 level 3 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-court rallies, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 15 minutes of technique to perfect the ¨Chiquita¨ and the approach to the volley. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, on which height it’s best to hit the ball, placement of the racket blade, and moment of impact and directions.

4 – 45 minutes of the ´X3 Smash¨’ technique. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for a better position, arm travel, a moment of impact, which is best to hit the ball, footwork, and moment of impact and directions.

5 – 15 minutes of the technique of the ¨Amago¨ (Fake Smash): Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for a better position, arm travel, a moment of impact, which is the best moment to hit the ball, footwork, and moment of impact and directions.

15 minutes of ¨X3 Smash¨ practice combined with the ¨Amago¨ (Fake smash). Padel (Paddle) racket exercises applying the learned technique.

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 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, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 15 minutes of exit technique through the door. Moment of reading the game to exit, body position, directions, and powers.

4 – 15 minutes of practice of exit through the door strategy. Padel racket exercises applying the technique learned.

5 – 15 minutes of the technique of the ¨Dormilona¨ (Sleeper shot) and take the ball out the door. Explanation and exercises with a ball cart for better body position, arm travel, a moment of impact, on which height it’s best to hit the ball, and moment of impact and directions.

6 – 30 minutes of practice of the different type of Smashes (Attack, X3, X4, Defense, Bandeja, Vibora, Amago 8Fake Smash)) along with the exit through the door, Dormilona and take the ball out the door. Padel racket exercises applying the technique learned.

15 minutes of practice to blockade the bandeja. Exercises of the rally to learn to block the Bandeja volley.

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 level 3 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-court rallies, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 30 minutes of exercises to control the height of the ball in defense and defense tactics, adding the ¨Chiquita¨ as a key hit.

4 – 30 minutes of mobility work in the different shots in the attack area: volleys, bandeja, viper, smash, X3, X4.

5 – 30 minutes of rehearsed plays to practice match tactics.

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 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, volley against volley rallies, and parallel and cross-court baseline rallies.

3 – 90 minutes of the match with the coach and other professional players.

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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