How Padel can help you to reduce the dropouts?
The approach is not that the paying members expect a better deal of the club, or the price-performance ratio does not fit, or other reasons, but there are 3 determinant reasons why members leave:
- Loss of Fun Factor (49% of dropouts give this point as one of the reasons)
- Switching to other sports and thus are considered dropouts (54%)
- Membership structure (55%): In many cases the average age is very high.
While it may not be immediately obvious how playing Padel can help reduce dropouts, there are a few ways in which it can contribute to this goal:
Social Interaction: Padel is a social sport that encourages interaction and teamwork. When players engage in social activities, they are more likely to form friendships and build connections, which can lead to a sense of belonging and reduce the likelihood of dropping out.
Physical Activity: Padel involves a lot of movement and physical activity, which is essential for maintaining good physical health. Engaging in regular physical activity can help improve mental health, reduce stress and anxiety, and provide a sense of well-being, all of which can contribute to reducing dropouts.
Fun and Enjoyment: Padel is a fun and enjoyable sport that people can engage in for recreation and entertainment. When people enjoy an activity, they are more likely to continue doing it, which can reduce the likelihood of dropping out.
Accessible: Padel is a relatively accessible sport that does not require a lot of expensive equipment or specialized training. This can make it more accessible to people who may be less likely to participate in other sports, reducing the likelihood of dropping out.
Padel can help reduce dropouts by providing opportunities for social interaction, physical activity, enjoyment, and accessibility.
See also: What is padel? – Our Padel Courts