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 […]
Your shot selection depends on two basic criteria, the location of your opponent, and, the position of the ball. This means that you must always be aware of the court location of your opponent at all times. If the ball is above waist height, then your options are limited to hitting a defensive ceiling ball. […]
The correct center court position will enable you to cover the high percentage passing shots. Only get beat by the low percentage kill shot and NOT the passing shot. The most advantageous center court position is located a foot behind the 5 foot receiving line. Keep your racquet up in a ready position above waist […]
The serve is the most important aspect of racquetball. You have complete control of the speed, angle, height and direction of your serve. Your goal is to either ace the serve or force a weak return of serve.