Though racquetball may not be as popular as it was in its heyday in the 1980’s there are still many people who love the sport and consider becoming pros. Racquetball pros come from all walks of life and ages.
Sawyer Howitt, for instance, is an entrepreneurial athlete. It hard to believe he can find time in his busy business schedule to participate in the sport on a professional level. His career as a pro can be misleading to those aspiring to be pro also. Becoming a racquetball pro is a lot tougher than it seems. There is no clear cut way to become pro but here is a list of things that’ll set you on the right path.
Your commitment to reaching your goal has to be unwavering. You need to be sure that this is really something you want to do and have no plans of quitting. Becoming pro is a great accomplishment that requires hours of hard work and dedication.
Listen to Your Coach
If you’re really serious it can be assumed that at some point you will have a coach. Few athlete have been very successful without having a good coach. Your coach will help you hone your skills and whip you into shape. Your physical condition is very important.
You can not be great at anything unless you practice. Natural ability will only take you so far. If you practice on a consistent basis your skills will no doubt improve substantially.
Sawyer, still a young man, has numerous hobbies when he’s not too busy with business matters. One of his favorite things to do in his free time is play racquetball. He is currently a professional.
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