Jul 192011
 

The throwing motion of a racquetball forehand is almost identical to the throw of the right hand of a golf swing.  I feel these videos which describe the various key components of an efficient golf swing can be directly applied to a racquetball swing. Part 3 of this video series examines Arnold Palmer’s downswing separation […]

Jun 292011
 

The purpose of your racquet swing is to send as much energy as possible into the ball. But if your swing is inefficient, you will lose power and consistency. So here are two important equations to remember: More Efficient Swing = Less Effort Less Effort = Better Consistency There are five measurable components of a […]

Jun 242011
 

Arnold Palmer was able to generate tremendous club head speed by rapidly turning his hips on his downswing. He took full advantage of the natural speed multiplier inherent in every golfer and hit drives up to 346 yards with the old equipment. Palmer rotated his hips a full 120 degrees prior to impact—a far cry […]