Are you someone who can’t pass a
If so, then chances are you’re addicted to
To give you a better idea of the kind of behavior a
If even one of these rings true, then you know what to do.
Put up your paddle and just admit it: You’re an addict!
You might have an addiction to
1. Your friends are constantly suggesting that you “get a hobby” other than
2. You refer to non-pickleballers as “unconverted”.
3. Your license plate says “LuvPicklb” or “Dink2Win”.
4. You own at least one novelty
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6. You name your pet fish ‘Dink’, ‘Lob’, and ‘Topspin’.
7. You use
8. You have nothing else on your calendar besides
9. Your idea of a romantic date night is going out to play a round of pickleball with your significant other.
10. You find yourself rearranging your living room furniture so you can practice your strokes at home.
11. You plan your vacation destinations around places that have
12. Your friends and family have started buying you
13. You consider yourself an unofficial ambassador for
14. When someone asks for your number, you give them your skill rating instead of your cell number.
15. You are constantly checking to see if any tennis courts in your neighborhood have added
16. If someone mentions the word “kitchen”, you automatically think they are talking about
17. You start dreaming about new tactics and strategies while you sleep.
18. You get giddy when the wind conditions are perfect to play outside.
19. You only wear shorts with built-in ball pockets.
20. You stay up all night watching YouTube videos of
21. You set up a
22. You have at least one
23. You’ve made it a goal to try every
24. You read this entire article and tried to convince yourself you’re not addicted to
pickleball so addictive?
Pickleball is addictive because it’s just so much fun to play!
It’s the perfect balance between competition and camaraderie—you can play as seriously or casually as you like.
Plus, it’s an easy game to learn: no matter your skill level, you can quickly become a
Because it’s so easy to learn and offers excellent exercise benefits,
You don’t have to be a master athlete to enjoy
Is it OK to play
pickleball every day?
Playing pickleball can help improve coordination, agility, strength, and cardiovascular endurance. It’s also a great way to make new friends and stay socially connected if you’re playing with other people instead of alone.
Plus, it’s a low-impact sport, so you won’t get injured if you play it regularly.
Just make sure you’re staying safe – always wear proper gear, warm up, and use caution when playing.
Can you play too much
Sure, you can definitely play too much
If you start developing joint pain or overuse injuries, it’s definitely time to take a break.
Pickleball is a great way to stay active, but it’s important to listen to your body and know when you need to rest. Aim to take breaks between each
And remember, it’s okay to take time out of the court — because everyone needs a break sometimes.
Just like anything else, moderation is key.
If you find that you’re spending all your free time on the court and neglecting other important areas of life, then that’s probably a sign that you need to scale back.
Give yourself a break and try mixing it up with other activities—your body and mind will thank you for it!
How many times a week should you play
Ideally, we recommend playing
But how often you play pickleball is ultimately up to you.
If you’re new to the game, you might want to start off slow by playing once or twice a week. As you become more experienced, however, you can increase your play frequency to four or five times a week.
In any case, make sure to stay active and enjoy yourself—pickleball should be a source of joy!