Feb 162011
 

You get three (3) thirty second timeouts per fifteen point game, and two (2) in an eleven point tie-breaker. Most racquetball players rarely use all of their timeouts. Why is that? There are a hundred good reasons to use all of your timeouts, but the most important one is that using your timeouts can help […]

Feb 122011
 

In general, most beginner racquetball players do not pay much attention to their court position after they hit the ball. Beginners tend to hang out in the back of the court and watch their opponents hit the ball, and then chase after the next shot. Intermediate level players finally “discover” center court. So they hit […]

Feb 012011
 

He is intelligent, but not experienced. His pattern indicates two-dimensional thinking. Spock – Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Racquetball is a 3-dimensional game. Most beginner and intermediate players are completely focused on hitting the ball directly to the front wall. But, there are four alternative walls to which you can hit the ball: […]