Padel hits Malta!
Hello! My name is Karl Zahra, a 30 year old engineer from Malta! This is the first in a series of blog posts about padel
Proper Breathing in Padel
Proper breathing is often a neglected element at amateur level sport, and sometimes even professionals breathe incorrectly, although nowadays with the influence of good coaches
Should You Deload When Training for Padel or Tennis?
A deload is a planned step back from the volume (sets x reps) or intensity (load on the bar) in your current program. The idea
How to Deal with Confrontation in Padel and Tennis
Today I want to address confrontation in sports like tennis and padel, where it is quite common to have opponents try out some gamesmanship techniques
Five Different Ways to Improve at Tennis and Padel
Here’s a quick list of five different ways you can improve at tennis or padel. Go through them whenever you feel like you’re stuck in
Padel Etiquette and Rules For Non-Umpired Matches
During friendly matches and most amateur tournaments padel matches are played without an umpire. The qualifying rounds of World Padel Tour don’t have a referee