Feb 162011
 

A racquetball kill shot must be hit between 6 and 8 inches off the floor on the front wall. Flaws in your swing technique are amplified when attempting to hit a kill shot. There are two technical reasons why most players have trouble hitting kill shots: A kill shot requires a flat level swing and […]

Jan 252011
 

The backhand pinch shot is slightly more difficult than the forehand pinch. Practice hitting the ball back in your stance and at knee level or below. Hit the pinch when your opponent is behind you! In the second video, Kris Odegard demonstrates how he practices a shot by slowly increasing the difficulty of each successive […]

Jan 152011
 

Use racquetball ceiling ball shots to move your opponent out of center court. The ceiling ball forces them into one of the back corners of the court and allows you time to take the vital center court position. Ceiling shots are also one of the best returns of service. And a good ceiling ball player […]