Line Drives vs Floaters!

Drive serve philosophies featuring low vs high! Good coaches teach striking the ball low to create a good drive serve. However, overlooked in this approach could be the ball drop. Underhand vs overhand ball drop? Personally I favor the overhand because to me it is easier to control. I do have students who swear by more »

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Think Situational, not Sensational!

Rehashing an entire match takes time and patience. One of my favorite questions is, “What were you thinking on this shot?” Another favorite observation of mine is “Here’s what I am thinking you were doing here on this rally. Am I correct?” It takes patience to win and sometimes an athlete gets too impatient. This more »

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Try Easier!

Racquetball is a game of opposites. That is what our game is is in its simplest form. If the ball goes to the right it is coming left and vice versa due to the side walls. If it goes behind you it is coming back and same with in front. Now it gets better. If more »

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Para mis amigos entrenadores de America

Puedes cambiar tu juego sin cambiar la mecánica y el juego de pies? La respuesta es sí, por supuesto… ¡bueno, más o menos! Tengo un buen caso de estudio en esto. Un jugador de alto nivel vino a mí y no quería cambiar su derecha ni su revés pero quería mejorar. Cada lección trabajamos en more »

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Meet the Coaches!

I cannot be everywhere at once! Therefore I am beginning to use my pros that I instruct to teach others. That is how I became the Academy instead of the old WintertonRacquetball.Com! This is a group of player/Coaches I recommend. More and more players are beginning to instruct because they need money. My kids instruct because more »

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