QuickTip – The Frankenstein Stance with Rob Cassidy, Pickleball Channel, on October 31, 2020 at 5:00 am

It’s Halloween and pro pickleball player Rob Cassidy has a spooky new quick tip for you called ‘The Frankenstein Stance’. It turns out old Frankie has a lot to teach us about building good habits for improving our dink drop volleys. We all know how Frankenstein walks, arms stiff, straight in front of the body, and we can imitate that to get our paddle ready to hit some great drop volleys.
In this quick tip Rob shows us how to level up our dink drop volley game with an exaggerated stance taken straight from the golden age of horror films. Many people have the bad habit of playing with their paddle down at their waste, or ‘in the holster’. The problem with that is that it take precious time to raise that paddle to hit a volley and just the motion of moving to the volley can give the ball more power than it needs.

Watch this quick tip to find out how you can use this Frankenstein Stance to make your game scary!

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Follow Pickleball Channel on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/pickleballchannel/, It’s Halloween and pro pickleball player Rob Cassidy has a spooky new quick tip for you called ‘The Frankenstein Stance’. It turns out old Frankie has a lot to teach us about building good habits for improving our dink drop volleys. We all know how Frankenstein walks, arms stiff, straight in front of the body, and we can imitate that to get our paddle ready to hit some great drop volleys.
In this quick tip Rob shows us how to level up our dink drop volley game with an exaggerated stance taken straight from the golden age of horror films. Many people have the bad habit of playing with their paddle down at their waste, or ‘in the holster’. The problem with that is that it take precious time to raise that paddle to hit a volley and just the motion of moving to the volley can give the ball more power than it needs.

Watch this quick tip to find out how you can use this Frankenstein Stance to make your game scary!

If you want to see more exciting pickleball videos, visit http://www.pickleballchannel.com.

Thank you to Temecula Hilltop for providing an amazing venue to bring you this great content. If you want to stay here yourself one day please visit TemeculaHilltop.com and book your vacation today!

For more information on our sponsor visit:
https://www.hylands.com/products/hylands-leg-cramps

Pickleball Channel is powered by the wonderful support of our friends and partners, Hyland’s Leg Cramps. You can also learn more about our partners at www.hylands.com/products/hylands-leg-cramps

Connect with Pickleball Channel Online:

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Like Pickleball Channel on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pickleballchannel/

Follow Pickleball Channel on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/pickleballchan

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