Video Tip: When To Use the Pass Shot

Have you watched my “Video Tip” series featured on the IRT Facebook, my YouTube Channel, and FranDavisRacquetball? This goes over “When To Use the Pass Shot" featuring Rocky Carson and Daniel De La Rosa. I break down the importance of how to execute a good passing shot during a rally, and also recognizing the perfect opportunity to hit the pass shot. If you like what you just watched check out more detailed information on shot selection in my book and DVD. The Championship Racquetball book is only $19.95 + shipping or the DVD for is only $24.95 + shipping. Order

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Coming Back after a 9-Month Layoff Due to COVID-19!

“Championship Racquetball” Sports Racquetball Triangle…. Tips from the Coach! by Fran Davis The country/world is divided whether the gyms/courts are open or closed, but you need to be creative to be ready for 2021. Of course nothing beats on court/in gym training, but you can’t imagine the great results you can achieve with the following techniques I will share with you…look at Rocky Carson coming to Atlanta, GA to the Suivant Consulting Pro-Am Presented by Zurek Construction this weekend and Paola Longoria winning the 3Wallball World Championships in Las Vegas, NV in September and the TeamRoot.com Super Max Slam in

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Paola Longoria Closes Out the 1st Half of the 2020/2021 Season WINNING

HEAD Penn’s Paola Longoria Wins her 106th Tournament in Kansas Overland Park, Kansas – December 15, 2020 Paola Longoria, the world’s top ranked player, won the Women’s Professional Singles title at the TeamRoot.com Super max Slam event in Kansas. Due to the global pandemic, the tournament was the first contested on the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT) since the Boston Open in March. The singles event was the 137th tournament Longoria (Monterrey, Mexico) has played in during her professional career. Of those tournaments, Paola has won 106 of them – a staggering tournament winning percentage of more than 77 percent!

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Getting Ready for Vegas!

Getting Ready for Vegas!

“Championship Racquetball” Sports Racquetball Triangle…. Tips from the Coach!                                                                     By Fran Davis  Getting Ready for Vegas!          Rocky Carson undoubtedly is the most decorated racquetball player in BOTH Outdoors (12 National Singles/4 National Doubles) and Indoors (7 National Singles/10 National Doubles/ #1 Ranked Pro 2008 and Top 5 most of his career/2 Pan American Golds/5 World Championships Golds/1 US Open Champion). So combined, it’s 42 titles in all. Rocky better than anyone knows the difference of how to play Outdoor racquetball as an Indoor player…let’s take a look: SERVES: Outdoor – 1st bounce is as deep in the court as possible and

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Preseason Training Schedule: COVID-19

Preseason training schedule

First off, I hope everyone has been staying healthy through this unprecedented time. No one ever saw this coming, and we all have had to learn how to deal with it as the world went on a complete “lockdown.” It’s been since the middle of March that all cities/states in the USA were following “stay at home orders” from their respective governors. As the country/world is slowly starting to open up, I thought PRESEASON TRAINING SCHEDULE was the perfect topic to discuss and share with you, so you know how to come back safely without a possible injury. Postseason Recovery

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Video Tip of The Week

Video Tip of The Week

Have you watched my “Tip of the Week” video series featured on IRT-Tour.com, my YouTube Channel, and FranDavisRacquetball? This goes over the “Return Of A Good Drive Serve”. I break down importance of how to return a good drive serve and how to get your opponent out of the middle, deep in the court. If you like what you just watched check out more detailed information on shot selection in my book and DVD. The Championship Racquetball book is only $19.95 + shipping or the DVD for is only $24.95 + shipping. Order both for only $40.00 + shipping. Buy NOW

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Video Tip of the Week

Video Tip of The Week

Have you watched my “Tip of the Week” video series featured on IRT-Tour.com, my YouTube Channel, and FranDavisRacquetball? This goes over the “Setup Off the Back Wall” and features an analysis between IRT pro players Rocky Carson and Adam Manilla. In this video I break down how to hit more consistent shots off the back wall. I teach and train all my players that off the back wall shots are one of the most offensive shots in the game at any level. If you like what you just watched check out more detailed information on shot selection in my book and

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Game Evaluation: Championship Racquetball…Tips from the Coach!

[caption id="attachment_7045" align="alignright" width="300"] Rocky Carson holds center court against Jose Rojas during the 2017 Shamrock IRT Shootout. Photo by Juan Martinez.[/caption] Detectives investigate a situation and gather information before they can make a determination of what happened or what they need to do to solve the mystery. A “racquetball detective” is no different. You, the racquetball detective, must analyze your opponent’s strengths and weaknesses as well as your own strengths and weaknesses to determine the game plan you need to beat your opponent. Here’s a simple formula: (more…)

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Make the Most of ALL Game Situations

By understanding sample game situations and tactical strategies of what to do in the heat of the battle you will then be on your way to building to your “championship level of play”. You need to be able to analyze the situation, figure out what to do, and then adjust your game plan and strategies so you fully understand how to play each and every point/game and match. This information will allow you to close out the game/match that you have the lead in, or come back from a deficient in the game/match you are behind in or win a

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COVID-19 is Impacting the World

In light of the current events ALL scheduling of camps/clinics are currently on hold. If you have any questions please Click the button below to contact me. MOST importantly stay safe and Healthy