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Block 3. Offensive concepts. Network

Block 3

Offensive concepts. Network

Padel involves keeping the net as long as possible during the match. Having the right tools for it and above all, to obtain it with the aim of taking the initiative of the point, a task that is not easy.

 

BLOCK 3 is undoubtedly one of the most attractive in the training (not the most important, because they are all equally important) but the most attractive due to the great variety of concepts that we provide and above all, because the practical part is doubt a fun guaranteed. Imagine for 9 hours on the court working on volleys, layups, vipers, hits x3 meters, parallel, ball acceleration, etc. What was said! a block of the most intense.

Temary

Consult all the concepts that we are going to analyze

1. THE OBJETIVE: THE NETWORK
  • Statistical data

  • Game positions on the net. variants

  • Leg adjustment. shortcuts

  • Offensive tactical position of the right player

  • Offensive tactical position of the backhand player

2. ACCELERATION AND DEFINITION
  • Difference between acceleration and definition

  • What is acceleration?

  • What is the definition?

  • Goals of the shot in terms of acceleration

  • The importance of timing in both concepts

3. THE VOLLEY
  • Volley goal

  • Technical breakdown of the hit

  • The importance of the body on the ball

  • Preparations based on the shot

  • Tactical volley directions for forehand and backhand player

4. EL SMASH. VARIANTS
  • The importance of Smash

  • Smash variants

  • The tray. Technique and objective

  • The snake. Technique and objective

  • The auction or hanging. Technique and objective

5. PRACTICAL PART OF BLOCK 3
  • For 9 hours spread over Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, we will work on all the concepts analyzed in the theoretical training on the track.

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