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Racquetball category may interest you. Racquetball is really similar to handball, which is played in numerous countries. It has its own strategy and rules. A racquetball court is totally enclosed, either indoor or outdoor with a front wall. Get info here.

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7 Tips to Hitting a Lob Serve in Racquetball

7 Tips to Hitting a Lob Serve in Racquetball

The fastest sport, has just, slowed down? Racquetball is known for how quick the ball moves, and fast pace of the game, in fact has several aspects of a slow sport. ...

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Dealing With Racquetball Injuries

Dealing With Racquetball Injuries

Playing any type of sports always entails risks of injuries. Racquetball is one sports activity that can be risky looking at the speed of play and the equipments...

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John R Poindexter

We try all kinds of exercises in an effort to remain healthy mentally and physically. Some jog, swim or lift weights. Others play basketball, football or soccer. A unique group of people have found

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 20, 2011
John R Poindexter

So you want to play racquetball? Like any other sport, equipment can become a big factor when it comes to performance. So let's take a look at the equipment you will need.

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 20, 2011
John R Poindexter

Is it skill? Is it the equipment? Is it the strategy? What does it take to win at racquetball? Quite frankly, it is probably a combination of all three, accompanied by a healthy competitive spirit.

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Aug 18, 2011

Have you seen those guys with 10 racquetball gloves hanging from the handle of their gym bag? Are you one of them? I used to be too but not anymore. I use only one sweat proof racquetball glove no

By: L Cannon l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 02, 2010

Growing up as a kid in New Jersey we were all playing handball on a wall for fun and exercise. It didn't cost any money to play and the only gear required was a ball and a wall.

By: George Z Battles l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Jul 09, 2010

The fastest sport, has just, slowed down? Racquetball is known for how quick the ball moves, and fast pace of the game, in fact has several aspects of a slow sport. The following are 7 steps to

By: William P. O'Malley l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 27, 2010

As one of the worlds more popular indoor sports (around 14 million enthusiasts around the world and 10 million in the U.S.), racquetball owes much of its popularity to the simplicity of the game

By: Rodolfo Castillo l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010

Are you working in a physical fitness facility or a club membership for sports aficionados? If racquetball is not yet provided in your facility, you could start the belief of introducing it to

By: Benito Wells l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010

One of the many benefits of racquetball is the handiness of playing courts. There appears to be one in every high school gym or some park.

By: Brent White l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010

Racquetball is an active indoor sport played using a hollow rubber ball in a court, which may be indoor or outdoor. In the main, the sport is viewed as similar to tennis and handball because nearly

By: Julio Rowe l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010

Playing any type of sports always entails risks of injuries. Racquetball is one sports activity that can be risky looking at the speed of play and the equipments used (racquets and balls).

By: Dean Carver l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010
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The fastest sport, has just, slowed down? Racquetball is known for how quick the ball moves, and fast pace of the game, in fact has several aspects of a slow sport. The following are 7 steps to

By: William P. O'Malley l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 27, 2010 lViews: 77 lComments: 0

Playing any type of sports always entails risks of injuries. Racquetball is one sports activity that can be risky looking at the speed of play and the equipments used (racquets and balls).

By: Dean Carver l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

Growing up as a kid in New Jersey we were all playing handball on a wall for fun and exercise. It didn't cost any money to play and the only gear required was a ball and a wall.

By: George Z Battles l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Jul 09, 2010 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

As one of the worlds more popular indoor sports (around 14 million enthusiasts around the world and 10 million in the U.S.), racquetball owes much of its popularity to the simplicity of the game

By: Rodolfo Castillo l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
John R Poindexter

We try all kinds of exercises in an effort to remain healthy mentally and physically. Some jog, swim or lift weights. Others play basketball, football or soccer. A unique group of people have found

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 20, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
John R Poindexter

So you want to play racquetball? Like any other sport, equipment can become a big factor when it comes to performance. So let's take a look at the equipment you will need.

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 20, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0

Have you seen those guys with 10 racquetball gloves hanging from the handle of their gym bag? Are you one of them? I used to be too but not anymore. I use only one sweat proof racquetball glove no

By: L Cannon l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 02, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

Are you working in a physical fitness facility or a club membership for sports aficionados? If racquetball is not yet provided in your facility, you could start the belief of introducing it to

By: Benito Wells l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
John R Poindexter

Is it skill? Is it the equipment? Is it the strategy? What does it take to win at racquetball? Quite frankly, it is probably a combination of all three, accompanied by a healthy competitive spirit.

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Aug 18, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

Racquetball is an active indoor sport played using a hollow rubber ball in a court, which may be indoor or outdoor. In the main, the sport is viewed as similar to tennis and handball because nearly

By: Julio Rowe l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 36 lComments: 0

One of the many benefits of racquetball is the handiness of playing courts. There appears to be one in every high school gym or some park.

By: Brent White l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
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John R Poindexter

We try all kinds of exercises in an effort to remain healthy mentally and physically. Some jog, swim or lift weights. Others play basketball, football or soccer. A unique group of people have found

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 20, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
John R Poindexter

So you want to play racquetball? Like any other sport, equipment can become a big factor when it comes to performance. So let's take a look at the equipment you will need.

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 20, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
John R Poindexter

Is it skill? Is it the equipment? Is it the strategy? What does it take to win at racquetball? Quite frankly, it is probably a combination of all three, accompanied by a healthy competitive spirit.

By: John R Poindexter l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Aug 18, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

Have you seen those guys with 10 racquetball gloves hanging from the handle of their gym bag? Are you one of them? I used to be too but not anymore. I use only one sweat proof racquetball glove no

By: L Cannon l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Sep 02, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

Growing up as a kid in New Jersey we were all playing handball on a wall for fun and exercise. It didn't cost any money to play and the only gear required was a ball and a wall.

By: George Z Battles l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Jul 09, 2010 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

The fastest sport, has just, slowed down? Racquetball is known for how quick the ball moves, and fast pace of the game, in fact has several aspects of a slow sport. The following are 7 steps to

By: William P. O'Malley l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 27, 2010 lViews: 77 lComments: 0

As one of the worlds more popular indoor sports (around 14 million enthusiasts around the world and 10 million in the U.S.), racquetball owes much of its popularity to the simplicity of the game

By: Rodolfo Castillo l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

Are you working in a physical fitness facility or a club membership for sports aficionados? If racquetball is not yet provided in your facility, you could start the belief of introducing it to

By: Benito Wells l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

One of the many benefits of racquetball is the handiness of playing courts. There appears to be one in every high school gym or some park.

By: Brent White l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

Racquetball is an active indoor sport played using a hollow rubber ball in a court, which may be indoor or outdoor. In the main, the sport is viewed as similar to tennis and handball because nearly

By: Julio Rowe l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 36 lComments: 0

Playing any type of sports always entails risks of injuries. Racquetball is one sports activity that can be risky looking at the speed of play and the equipments used (racquets and balls).

By: Dean Carver l Recreation & Sports > Racquetball l Feb 20, 2010 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
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