The centre of the wall is ideal for footwork and controlled practice with a slightly slower rebound rate than the edge of the wall.
The edges of the wall have a faster rebound rate and are ideal for working on reactions and strokes such as fast volleys, resets and speed work in general.
The green panel also known as the tin can be used to replay a version of squash with either pickleball or a squash ball or a racquet ball. These types of rallies allow for intense movement drills.
With players on both sides of the wall a version of volley games can be played focusing on touch control and movement. This is particularly fun on the beach. (beach video)
The wall is a great tool to use as a back board when learning resets and you have your coach hitting the balls directly at your face.
Change the tension of the net with the handy bungees to increase or decrease the amount of rebound - depending on the ability of the players or the specific game you are playing.