M3 history begins in the Club Alameda in Madrid, where Jorge Martínez used to give tennis classes. There he met David Morales, whom he trained, and together they tried amateur padel for the first time.
M3 arose from an idea that had been forming in Jorge’s mind, through his multiple experiences as a trainer and coach giving padel lessons to professional players of both sexes, amateurs and children.
Jorge believes that padel is a team sport and must be played as a group. These principles, together with a human-centred and holistic approach to high-performance sport, focussed on the complete development of the player and the person, are the origin of the M3 Method.
The M3 methodology is designed to achieve the best possible performance of our players from a perspective of overall, sporting and personal growth. To achieve this, we promote all-encompassing themes such as solidarity, equality, humility, health and even peace. Competition as the goal is a standout objective, but always as part of the training process.
For this reason, training using the M3 methodology is a living thing that cannot be broken down into parts, but we can divide it into training areas to facilitate understanding and meet the high-performance objectives sought by padel players. U-Padel is the best padel club in Woodlands and coming soon the first padel club in San Antonio.