I spent Saturday the 19th of March helping with a racquetball clinic at Recreation ATL. The members of the Facebook group, Georgia Women’s Racquetball, put it on for the interested women in Georgia and Alabama. There were about 40 attendees with all levels of experience. There were seven open or pro level coaches teaching the racquet … Continue reading Agility Ladder Drills for Racquetball
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The Military Racquetball Federation was in Warner Robins, Georgia this week. They got a bit of press coverage. Get involved and stay involved! Articles and video: ABC 16, Fox 24, WGXA 41 NBC Macon’s The Telegraph 2,906 total views
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While doing research about companies or organizations that would be interested in supporting a Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour stop in Atlanta, I found an interesting sponsorship opportunity for female racquetball players that aren’t yet ready for the tour. The Women’s Sports Foundation has a travel and training fund that matches up with the need for … Continue reading Sponsorship II, Amateur players
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I’m calling all of our racquetball ladies out for a 4 hour women’s racquetball clinic on March 19th! We will have 3 groups who will have separate concentrations; beginners, intermediate and advanced. Serving, shot selection, how to properly play doubles (intermediate and advanced), appropriate warm-ups, etc….will all be included. Also, there will be plenty of … Continue reading Racquetball: Women’s Clinic – 3/19/2016
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I attended a 3-day camp put on by Fran Davis this past weekend in Sarasota, Florida. Other than the 8 hour drive each way, it was a weekend well spent. It did make me very jealous of the Sarasota/Tampa residents that have 76 degree weather in January when I came home to 30 degree weather in Atlanta. One of the … Continue reading What’s Fran Davis reading?
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If you follow Winterton Racquetball on Facebook, you’ll notice that Jim Winterton mentions the titles of books with some frequency. He isn’t always the best at providing the author’s details, so finding out the real book he’s discussing can take some extra effort. The most recent mention actually included the link to the book on … Continue reading What’s Jim Winterton Reading 2?
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