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The Bo Chronicles
The Bo Chronicles are the writtings of Steve Keely
 
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READY AND ABLE! John Foust Outside the Wheels. by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
\'\'I had a foot in two racquetball worlds, so to speak. One was able-bodied that you\'re used to playing, and the other in a wheelchair. In the early 80\'s, the wheelchair game was coming on and though I was legally handicapped from polio in youth, I never dreamed of myself as that. I managed th...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
FREAK BALLS! It Takes One to Know One by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
There is no greater thrill in life than hitting the 'freak ball', the shot that has no forerunner and defies repetition. I've had four in as many decades, and be on guard that these personal instants may lack words to be appreciated. The first was in a national paddleball tournament at Flint, M...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
DRIVE THE SWAIN WAY by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Cliff Swain called me from a Porsche to talk about his drive serve. 'This advice is intended for those of you who have a little extra "horse power" in your stroke.''If you're driving a Porsche or Ferrari and your opponents a Chevy or Ford, why not use that additional power to leave 'em standing st...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
MUEHLEISEN'S RHEOSTAT by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Bud Muehleisen won a record 69 national and inter-national championship titles, but few realize his #1 standing in his college dentistry clinic. One day Dr. Bud gazed down at me through dentist spectacles and said, 'Players can learn a lot about their games, and life, by examining their personal in...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
BIRDS DO IT, BEES DO IT: SPINS by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Kids, send the grownups out of the court. This is something they should have learned a long time ago. Spin separates the men and women from the boys and girls. This is an egghead article, but spin's useful on every shot. Let's first look at the basics.
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
Service Tip from the Tomb of the Unknown Receiver by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Sometimes you meet an unknown player in a remote court with a narrow specialty that makes him a virtuoso of it. This hot tip from Scott Hirsch who has a pro drive serve within an overall miserably irritating game: 'You're down-line drive serve used in combination with a cross-court serve has one nu...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
Drill of the Day – Deep & Center by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
Practice has filled my comeback days, opening a treasure chest of theories, strokes & drills. I just spent 30 minutes doing the drill of the day. Take a position near the back wall midway between the sidewalls with paddle/racquet & ball in hands. Toss the ball w/out a bounce and try to kill it in mi...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
SWING THROUGH THE HISTORY OF STROKES by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
What’s the consistency of the racquetball champs’ strokes through history? Individuality. What’s that tell you about teaching strokes to someone who aspires? I dominated early paddleball with a sidespin ‘push’ stroke that produced what Charley Brumfield called ‘the best killshots the game has seen’....
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
THE EARLY RACQUETBALL WORLD ACCORDING TO Smartie by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
The 70's racquetball beginning was a small world in San Diego. Charlie Brumfield introduced me to Bud Muehleisen, hence to racquetball and we all invented the z-ball and around-world ball. Bud Leech, founder of Leech Industries, handed me $50-a-week under a steak table. His was the larger of two exi...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
THE BACKHAND OVERHEAD DRILL by Steve Keeley Topic: The Bo Chronicles
I just came from the courts to offer up this practice shot of the day. It’s one that, despite your years of experience, u may not have thought of. Call it a backhand overhead. Describe is as a tennis backhand serve. Practice it by standing in deep backhand court and tossing the ball overhead as...
Published: Sunday 07 October, 2007
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