Racquetball: Ten Beginning Keys to Success
The purpose of this book is to provide the necessary information about racquetball for beginners and include an in depth presentation of each phase of the sport. Although when viewed from the beginner, racquetball is seen as a chaotic hit-and-run game. Once the game is broken down into its parts, racquetball is seen to contain as much form and strategy as any other sport. To be a winner in this sport, you must start with the basics and work towards mental mastery. A lot of practice and play can be incorporated into your overall development which will help you to arrive at the goal of better stroke mechanics, smart strategy, and the joys of winning against fine opposition. This book provides you with the basic stroke mechanics, practice dills, and winning strategies which will allow players of all levels the opportunity to achieve their goals.
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WARMUP FOR INJURY PREVENTION AND FITNESS
FOREHAND FORM AND TECHNIQUE
BACKHAND FORM AND TECHNIQUE
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angle avoidable hinder back court back wall backhand stroke backswing ball contact ball hits body movements bounce ceiling ball center court position CHAPTER contact point contact zone cross court Diagram doubles down-the-line drill drive serve dropping the ball eyewear fault serve flexed flexibility forehand and backhand forward front court front wall target handball he/she hips hit the ball hits the front hitting shoulder inches Intermediate players KILL BOXES kill shot knee lob serve Louisiana Tech University match move muscle non-hitting arm opponent pass shot Photo Phyllis Love Picture play practice racquet back racquet handle racquetball court rally rear corner rebound referee return of serve return the ball right foot served ball server service box setup short line shoulder rotation sideout skill Sobek starting position strategy stretch Take the racquet tennis thumb transfer your weight University of Pittsburgh warm-up Wide-Angle Lob wrist cocked WRIST DROP wrist snap