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Muscle Memory

Muscle Memory is the act of committing a specific motor task into your memory through repetition. 

While your muscles themselves can’t actually remember anything, they are full of neurons attached to your nervous system that play a role in motor learning.

 

Any movement requires brain activity, and repeating a movement, even complicated ones, enough times triggers recognizable patterns in your brain regions responsible for motor skills. Thus, leading to a learned motion that will require less brainpower in the future.

It is said that you should drill longer than you play. This is what makes the great players, well, GREAT PLAYERS. Your Pickleball Buddy is designed to allow you to practice all your strokes and the location where that stroke lands until they are committed to memory. 

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