"The strong expansion experienced by the padel in the last decade is not the result of coincidence or chance. The padel sport has a number of features that make your practice something addictive.
Once you start you in it always want to practice it: thanks to its easy learning and that allows you to notice your evolution to practice it, always want to go back to grab the shovel and get yourself.
It is much better than social networks: the padel is one of the best excuses to stay with friends and enjoy a good time with them. Also the environment and the good vibes given off by this discipline favor relationships, increasing your chances of meeting new people and increase your contact book.
Since the padel is a fun and easy-to-learn sport, it is also a good cure for stress and anxiety. This makes it a good remedy against heart disease, in addition it allows to lose weight and tone your body while you practice it. With padel, you can burn up to 500 calories per hour and release endorphins which gives you a sense of well-being and helps you sleep better.
Padel develops psychomotor skills: vale as now you’re asking is that of psychomotor skills and why you should improve it. If we go to the dictionary we find the following definition “Relationship between the psychic of the human mind activity and the ability of movement or motor function of the body”. Basically and so we understand it better, thanks to the development of psychomotor skills could say that padel improves three basic systems of human beings: the motor system, allowing you to better control the movements of your body; the cognitive system, improves memory, mental agility, creativity, attention or concentration and prompt social or affective, allowing meet and face your fears, and improve your relationships with others".