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Neulander Family Sports & Fitness Center

Play pickleball at the JCC

The JCC's Patrick Scott, sports & fitness director, demonstrates his pickleball volleying technique on the JCC's outdoor pickleball court.

The JCC Fitness Center's indoor workout facilities are currently open to members for in-person workouts and personal training.

Effective Monday, September 20, 2021
Proof of vaccination required to enter the JCC

Also, everyone age 2 and older
MUST wear a mask while in the building.

We still are no longer taking Fitness Center reservations.
However, reservations are required for
in-person TRX classes and all Zoom classes.

 

Use the JCC main entrance when you come to use the Fitness Center's track or basketball court. The Fitness entrance will remain closed until further notice. When entering the JCC we will ask you some basic health screening questions. If you are sick, feel ill or have symptoms of COVID-19, please do not come to the JCC.

Unfortunately, we are not offering indoor pickleball play at this time.

Questions? Contact Pat Scott at 315-445-2360 or pscott@jccsyr.org.


 

Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in America. What’s pickleball? It’s a racquet sport that is a combination of tennis, badminton and table tennis. It’s suitable for all ages, all fitness levels and all skill levels. And, you can now play pickleball at the Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center of Syracuse in DeWitt.

Our two outdoor pickleball courts (on the tennis courts) behind the building are are closed. We currently do not offer indoor pickleball play due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are excited to offer Pickleball to our members and the community alike,” said Patrick Scott, JCC sports & fitness director. “Pickleball is an exciting, fast-paced game that’s a lot of fun and great exercise, and it’s just starting to become popular in this area. Bringing pickleball play indoors here at the JCC is very convenient for those who want to continue playing all winter long.”

Pickleball was born more than 50 years ago by some friends in Washington state who didn’t have the right equipment to play badminton. The game can be played as singles or doubles on a court similar in size to a badminton court with a slightly modified tennis net. Besides the court, the only other equipment required is paddles similar to ping pong paddles and a ball similar to a wiffleball. Pickleball is easy to learn and has been called “addictive” by those who regularly play. It’s a game of finesse, precision and thinking, making it a level playing field for all ages to compete against each other.

For more information about pickleball at the JCC Sports & Fitness Center, call 315-234-4522 or email Patrick Scott at pscott@jccsyr.org.

 

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