Yes, we all “know” how to play pickleball, just hit the ball over the net….
But do you understand why your shots are working or worse why they are not working? Want to know more and take your game to the next level?
Laura Fenton Kovanda has an extensive teaching background which included biomechanics, kinesiology, exercise physiology, biophysics, sports psychology, neuroplasticity, nutrition and athletic training, not to mention teaching students “how” to teach basketball, softball, baseball, volleyball, football, tennis, racquetball and pickleball. When one learns to see mechanically what is creating the problem in a student’s swing, footwork, shot, serve, overhead, etc…, then they have the ability to correct it. Anyone can see what a player did wrong, but do they know how to correct it and why? This is one area Laura is quite well known for – fixing bad habits that have been created due to incorrect body mechanics/motor skills.
Being a professional athlete for 15 years with the U.S. Olympic Racquetball Team and managing her own sports academy, Laura brings a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the sports world. Laura’s passion for the sport, league play, and tournaments helped her realize that pickleball was ready for something new. Dedicated to the amazing sport of pickleball, Laura is coming to Incline Village to deliver a not-to-be-missed series of clinics.
LOCATION: INCLINE VILLAGE TENNIS CENTER
Sunday, Sept 9
8:30 – 10:30 — Advanced Beginners 2.5/3.0
11:30 – 1:00 — Intermediate 3.5+
16 people max
$35 per person with WTP Incline Open entry
$50 per person w/o WTP Incline Open entry