Can Pickleball Help You Live Longer? I ♥ Pickleball from Loma Linda, CA

Living longer is an ideal for which we can all strive and pickleball can play a big role in achieving this!  Watch this I Heart Pickleball episode about Loma Linda, California where the sport has been growing exponentially.  Listen to multiple academics and professionals from Loma Linda University and the Drayson Center who reveal the uniqueness that is found here which is even backed up with research.  Longer life is possible and pickleball blends perfectly into that ideal!  Watch today and share with your friends.

Find out more about the Blue Zones by clicking on: https://www.bluezones.com/

Find out more about Loma Linda University by clicking on: https://home.llu.edu/

Find out more about the School of Public Health at LLU by clicking on: https://publichealth.llu.edu/

Find out more about the Drayson Center at Loma Linda University by clicking on: https://drayson.llu.edu/

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pickleball-steve-dawson-pbcYes, pickleball and tennis can thrive and flourish together!  At the world renowned Bobby Riggs Tennis Club, owners and tennis pros Steve and Jennifer Dawson decided to add pickleball to their tennis club which not only added revenue to the organization but has enhanced the community and members’ experience.  Watch a heartwarming story about this tennis club and how the Dawson family took a chance on pickleball and ended up completely embracing the sport. The Dawsons aren’t planning on giving up tennis, but by adding pickleball, they’ve given their tennis club new life and have created a unique community that opens doors for additional opportunity and community for BOTH sports.

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To learn more about the Bobby Riggs Tennis Club and Museum, visit their website at www.bobbyriggs.net.

 

4 Comments

  1. Vicky says:

    Great video! So informative.

  2. Stephanie Santangelo says:

    This video was spot on! My husband and I have played for about ten years! And the people we have meet from California, Utah, Arizona and up State New York. Are all fantastic people. And it is something we have seen people do from the age of 10 to 94. It makes you feel happy. Thanks the Saint family

  3. John Farine says:

    What a wonderful piece. Thank you!

  4. Jerry Endres says:

    We love Pickleball here in Virginia Beach, VA. “Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in America. 70% of the people who play are over 60 which means two things 1 – they are old enough to know how to act in public (i.e. friendly) for the most part. 2 – no one can remember the score.

    Where I play (the Bow Creek Rec Center) we say “I didn’t come here to win, I came here to play.”

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