Padel is a very dynamic and engaging sport characterized by long rallies and spectacular points. Padel’s competitive nature combined with its social character makes it a very entertaining and enjoyable activity.
Padel is beneficial for good physical and mental health. It reduces the risk of death by 47% and the risk of suffering a heart disease by 56%. Padel also increases your agility, balance, speed, strength and coordination.
Padel is currently the fastest growing sport in the world, with over 10 million players around the world. Padel is extremely popular in Spain where in 2014 it overtook tennis to become the second biggest participation sport after football.
Padel is a team sport only played in doubles. Having 4 people on a small court at the same time brings everyone closer together, making social conversation between players an integral part of the game.
Easy to learn
Players learn how to play relatively quickly and improve very fast. Whereas tennis is dependent on an individual’s physical aptitude and technique, the progression curve in padel is much smoother.
Padel is an intergenerational game, in which children, parents and grandparents can play all together. Although it is intense, padel requires less physical effort than tennis or squash.
Another way to motivate your employees is to book a court for them to train and socialize with their colleagues. You can book specific intervals in which your employees can come and play padel with their colleagues or their friends.