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MR. UNIVERSE OFFERS RACQUETBALL CONDITIONING TIPS by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Mr. Universe and some of the top racquetball players heft the common goals of personal perfection and individualism. Recently, Cliff Swain, Sudsy Monchik, Corey Brysman and Scott Hirsch have been digging into a 'Gold's Mine' of personal training tips from big Mike Quinn. Make that very B.I.G., as in...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
THE ALL-TIME BEST RACQUETBALL PLAYER AWARD by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
When the racquetball day is done, the question of the century is who was and is the best player ever. The top seven contenders in my mind are Cliff Swain, Sudsy Monchik, Mike Ray, Marty Hogan, Mike Yellen, Charley Brumfield and Bud Muehleisen. Each world champion represents an era of sequential domi...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
Hilecher's response to The All-Time Best Racquetball player by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
What a great story. All time bests are always controversial and everyone has an opinion. There are very few players who have played against most past and present day greats. I played against every player listed while they were in their prime or close to it. Muhleisen was out of the open close to...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
Slow Feet, Fast Mind? by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Think of this article as a fast shoe for your slow feet. I feel black-and-white and red all over in writing it because my nickname 'Three-toe Sloth', the slowest land mammal, still stings. I'm going to declare what I've learned from the trauma and its redress.
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
ODE TO THE ONE-FOOT PASS SHOT by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Another element was brought to the surface in a study years ago. It determined that the majority of nationally ranked racquetball players were able to effectively kill only 2-of-10 shots from 38-feet (discounting back wall shots,). Let's not peck vigorously at this statistic, but rather extract some...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
Killshot Keeley's Bittersweet Dispatch by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Please allow me to hang my credential initially. At my best in paddleball - national champ at whim - the sole arsenal was the kill. At racquetball, my standing was 2-4 for a decade in beating all the national champs at one time or another with a shot selection of the kill. This record is arresting b...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
SOUTHPAWS, MIRRORS AND YOU by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Left-handers comprise about 10% of the total population, but I think they account for a greater proportion of the better participants in all sports. The reason is that athletes hone their skills and strategies against the most available fodder, righties. In racquetball, there are some things you sho...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
COURT COVERAGE by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
The tip is aimed at neophytes. Center court - the best position to be during a rally, and where you want to drive your rival away from - has been measured and sketched for decades. The best method for teaching center court is to point the beginner's eyes away from the chalkboard and directly toward ...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
The strategy to drive opponents up a wall by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
I had just escaped Amazonian 'cannibals' in the heart of the jungle, and was medivaced by military helicopter to Iquitos, Peru, where I jumped down from the copter and walked into a waterfront bar because the keeper, whom I'd never met, was a rare gringo and I needed someone to talk to. "I was just ...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
The Rise and Fall of Your Game by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Through twenty years and a dozen national championships in racquet spots, I occasionally heard the masters speak of hitting the ball on the 'rise or fall', but was too wet behind the ears to ask the meaning. I screwed up my courage one day and was told by an all-racquet champ, 'Racquetball players ...
Published: Saturday 06 October, 2007
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