Resource: Improve with The Pickleball Drilling Journal

Be like your pickleball role models: spend much more time drilling and much less time struggling! 

The Pickleball Drilling Journal by PickleballPrimers.com

The Pickleball Drilling Journal (tm)

Be like your pickleball role models: spend much more time drilling and much less time struggling! 

The 50+page full color Pickleball Drilling Journal(tm) was created to support you in scheduling and planning pickleball drill sessions.

Who Needs to Drill?

  • Anyone frustrated with their game

  • Players who realize they're making too many unforced errors

  • Players who find themselves apologizing a lot

  • Anyone who is unsatisfied with their progress or skill level

  • Players who are observing their friends advancing and playing more competitive with others

  • Players who lack confidence in their ability to executive certain shots or strategies

  • Players who feel that they should be invited to games with certain or better players

It's no secret, serious players, highly-rated players and pros tend to drill more than they actually play on a daily basis. But, it might not be enough to drill haphazardly...

The Pickleball Drilling Journal includes drilling methods, court checklists and placeholders for up to 8 drillers and their contact information.  There is a drilling plan section with timing.  At the end of your drilling session, there is a section to debrief the session.  And, there's a Drilling Notes grid which can be used in a variety of ways (instructions for completing the Pickleball Drilling Journal and ways to use the grid can be found in the journal).

Who this is for:
This is for all skill levels. New players who are simply practicing serving and dinking will appreciate the structure.  And, this will appeal to intermediate and advanced players who enjoy a wide variety of two-person drills, group drills and pickleball machine drills. 

What this is not:
Please note that this is not a "how to do pickleball drills" book; this is a fill-in-the-blanks structured journal. You can learn pickleball drills by attending group pickleball coaching sessions, pickleball camps and clinics or a local pickleball group.