Pickleball Lessons Columbus OH

Find top instructors who offer pickleball lessons near you in Columbus, OH. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to improve your game, we can connect you with the best instructors in Columbus, OH.

Ultimate Potential Fitness And Training Facility Inc

(614) 481-3409
1599 Roxbury Rd
Columbus, OH 43212

Focused Fitness

(614) 449-1667
207 Thurman Ave
Columbus, OH 43206

Osu Center For Wellness

(614) 293-2800
2050 Kenny Road # 1010
Columbus, OH 43221

World Gym Fitness And Nutrition Cente

1215 Worthington Woods Bl
Columbus, OH 43085

Gahanna Taekwondo Center

(614) 861-6213
1000 Morrison Rd
Columbus, OH 43230

Hoop Sports Complex

4185 E 5Th Ave
Columbus, OH 43219

Jenny Craig

8671 Sancus Blvd
Columbus, OH 43240

Universal Fitness & Leisure Inc

930 Kingsmill Pkwy
Columbus, OH 43229

Applied Health Services

7100 N High St
Columbus, OH 43085

Body By Todd Private Training Only

(614) 847-0123
6427 Busch Blvd
Columbus, OH 43229

Jenny Craig Weight Loss Center

1963 E Dublin Granville Road
Columbus, OH 43229

Arena District Athletic Club

(614) 461-7785
325 150
Columbus, OH 43215


(614) 899-2213
5787 Cleveland Ave
Columbus, OH 43231

California Fitness Center

614- 326-1500
1828 Henderson Rd
Columbus, OH 43220

Greenhouse Aquatics

(614) 885-4492
1327 King Ave
Columbus, OH 43212

L A Weight Loss Centers Inc

3630 Soldano Blvd
Columbus, OH 43228

Lifestyle Family Fitness

5929 E Main St
Columbus, OH 43213

York Golf Club

(614) 885-5968
7459 N High St
Columbus, OH 43235

Cross Fit 614

(614) 388-8763
15 West Cherry Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Doug Owens Personal Fitness & Boxin


Columbus, OH 43085

Pickleball FAQ in Columbus, OH

What is the #1 mistake beginner pickleball players make?

1. Scooting up after the serve. The most common mistake I see is that after serving, they scoot up a bit. The problem with this is that the return server is going to hit the ball as deep as possible, and if you’ve scooted up following your shot, you’ll have to run back or will have a very hard time returning the shot.

How do you know if you’re a 4.0 pickleball player?

4.0 Skills-Level The 4.0 player will distinguish themselves from the 3.5 player by possessing increased skills and strategy, or by more speed, power, or consistency. Consistently hit to their opponents’ weak side when possible. place their volleys with a good degree of accuracy.

How do you get in shape for pickleball?

Get Moving Walking and running are important components of pickleball. Increasing your stamina by continually going for a brisk walk or run will assist with your game when it’s time to get back on the court. Additionally, it’ll assist in your cardiovascular health.

How do you practice pickleball on your own?

Just as tennis players do, hitting against a wall can be very good practice. It isn’t very hard to find a wall somewhere that you can bang a pickleball against. Just put some tape on the wall at net height and you even have a target area. You can practice serves, dinks, volleys and drives using a wall.

What type of person plays pickleball?

Most of pickleball’s core players — those who play more than eight times per year — are over age 65, but the game is getting younger, with the strongest growth among players under 55, according to USA Pickleball. But with so many new players, the U.S. is struggling to keep up with demand for courts.

Which state is pickleball most popular?

States Where Pickleball is Most Popular The state with the most Google search traffic surrounding pickleball is – *DRUMROLL* – Utah!

Do you wear tennis clothes for pickleball?

Players wear just about anything comfortable and appropriate for the climate: athletic shorts, sweatpants, wicking apparel, t-shirts, etc. Tennis-style dresses and skirts for females are common.

What is the 10 second rule in pickleball?

One of the most forgotten rules of pickleball is the 10 second rule. Once the score has been called, the server has 10 seconds to make their serve. If over that time limit then he/she is called for a fault and lose their serve. Rather simple and it keeps the game moving.

Where is no man’s land in pickleball?

“No Man’s Land”—also called the Transition Area—is the area of the pickleball court in between the Non-Volley Zone and the baseline. It is generally a foot or two behind the Non-Volley Zone (also known as the Kitchen), to a foot or two in front of the baseline.

How many times a week should you play pickleball?

On average, for the most health benefits, you should plan to play pickleball three days a week, says BrainMD. This schedule gives you time to rest and recover your body in between games. Some people may wish to play pickleball more often, such as four or five times a week.