One-v-one in a Racquetball Court
December 31, 2003 09:00 PM
For players who want to develop their ball-handling, defending, passing and receiving skills, as well as work on fitness, playing one versus one in a racquetball court is the best use of your time.
Make small goals at each end of the court and simply go at it until you can't go anymore, or play games to 3 or 5, rest and play again.
You can use all four walls to play the ball to yourself. The game is quick, which forces you to play smart. It's continuous, which means you get a great workout, and it's fun.
Two-v-two in a racquetball court is also a great way to improve a variety of skills and get a good workout.