• Health Benefits of Pickleball for Aging Adults
    Health Benefits of Pickleball for Aging Adults

    Woman playing Pickleball

    Keeping fit is an important part of a daily routine. Whether you do your exercise all at one time or try to fit in ten or twenty minutes here and there, it adds up. You probably feel awesome knowing you are maintaining that grueling exercise regimen. Although self-esteem and confidence are skyrocketing through the roof because you are sticking with your exercise goals, you may not realize just how great this is for your body and mind. Everyone knows exercise is good for you, but what exactly does it do for you? Let's dive into this more plus look at ways you can make exercise a regular part of life as you age.

     

  • What is Pickleball and Why is it so Popular?
    What is Pickleball and Why is it so Popular?

    It's a sweet game with a funny name — Pickleball is definitely on the rise in popularity across the United States. And it's not just for a specific demographic. It's a game loved by people of all ages, stages in life, and physical abilities. You may even find people playing this game in jail, according to USA Today! Pickleball is easy to learn with not too many rules and it's simple to play, not requiring too much exertion. This may be why people even in their 80's are finding this a favorite pastime sport.

    Tom Everitt of the Sarasota Pickleball Club, says that people

    "come out, they play, improve their game and they get addicted to it."

    So, just what is pickleball all about and why is it so popular? Let's take a closer look at this favorite game.

  • How Tennis Players Can Overcome Jumper’s Knee
    How Tennis Players Can Overcome Jumper’s Knee

    Being a tennis player is a rewarding experience for those with skill and patience. Unfortunately, it can also be problematic for joints in the body like your knee. The average tennis player suffers common knee pain from overuse. And many of them develop more serious issues like patellar tendonitis (Jumper's Knee).