Boost: Balanced Pickleball Paddles
Li-Ning Pickleball Paddles Can Boost Your Game When They’re Balanced
You might think that a Pickleball paddle that is perfectly balanced at 7.2 ounces featuring a carbon fiber skin and a solid polymer core is the best weapon on the court to combine control with power and make your style of play more consistent. But if you grab the pickleball paddleand notice the weight actually shifts to the head, that is going to affect your game in a way you likely weren’t expecting. That’s why Li-Ning goes to great length to ensure the Pickleball paddles in its second performance series category, called the BOOST SERIES, are correctly balanced. That means you can expect most of the weight to be in and around the handle that you cradle on all your shots. In addition to balancing the location of the Pickleball paddle’s weight, the Li-Ning Pickleball paddles in the BOOST SERIES also are manufactured as middle weight paddles with most of them ranging from 7.3 ounces to 8 ounces.
Li-Ning, which is known in the racket sport industry for thoroughly studying the science behind the sport, believes these Pickleball paddles could very easily reach the largest segment of athletes because they offer stable options for a more complete game – whether you want to hit a baseline serve or drop a shot into the kitchen. Other benefits of the Li-Ning balanced Pickleball paddles include the potential to diminish arm fatigue and injuries such as tennis elbow. Isn’t it nice having all these benefits in a Pickleball paddle and knowing that it is approved for competitive play by the USA Pickleball Association?
Help Prevent Potential Injuries and Evade Conditions Like Arthritis With a Balanced Pickleball Paddle
Because of the combination of a balanced paddle weight, a grip size that is easy to handle and top-quality manufacturing materials in the core and skin, Li-Ning’s BOOST SERIES Pickleball paddles are popular with players who want to prevent nagging injuries from getting in the way of their game play. Don’t let a sore wrist, shoulder or elbow block your quickest possible shot reaction or maneuverability on the Pickleball court.