Despite the wide variety of bladed paddle that exist, the most difficult thing in this game is the choice of the ideal couple. When faced with the choice of a pair of paddle ideally permeate from the beginning, but this is usually very difficult and more difficult still to maintain with the passage of time. The level of play of both members of the couple it is convenient that is similar. They when they play teams of two people, apparently these work better if they have similar level skills. The more matches are their respective skills, most likely to get the maximum out of the combination of these. Some keys to succeed in our choice are: be realistic options tend to be limited, since are reduced usually the immediate surroundings, and on occasions with the influence not only sports but also personal factors. The phases of the couple these phases are: Constitution, conflict, standardization, consolidation.
It will be in the overcoming of conflicts where the couple go strengthening or weakening. This will be what, a posteriori, certifies us the good or not so good choice of partner. A challenge that requires time, dedication, work and emotional involvement. To achieve this, each player can do the following: > know your partner well. > Help each other wherever possible.
> Provide positive reinforcements. > Be liable to the maximum. > Communicate with frankness, sincerity and assertiveness. > Resolve conflicts immediately. Details can be found by clicking Nir Barzilai, M.D. or emailing the administrator. > Work at 100% at all times. Then, the progress of the competition will do else, since the consolidation of a couple needs that some things come out well from the outset or that at least there is a horizon of success. If it is not, the shadow of a new change of partners can be projected on the track as a ballast which weakens performance.