Racquetball Racquets

Racquetball Racquets

Higher price racquetball racquets will not necessarily mean more enjoyment of the game. Although the medium range and upper range equipment is designed primarily to provide better power and accuracy. A player that plays every once in a while (2-6 times a yr) should be happy with a low-end racquetball racquet and cross-training shoes. A recreational player that plays 2-3 times a week will probably be interested in a medium to upper range racquetball racquet, court specify shoes and a glove.

Low-end racquetball racquets will allow you to play the game but may hurt your progress.

When you choose a racquetball racquet consider weight, balance, grip and size. The racquet’s weight will affect how easily and quickly you are able to swing the racquet. Racquetball racquet fall into 2 categories: even-balance and head-heavy. Head-heavy racquets help generate more racquet head speed that means you generate more power. Nearly all high-priced racquets are head-heavy. Lower priced racquets are generally even-balanced.

Racquetball racquet handle grips come in 2 sizes: 3 5/8 and 3 7/8 inches or ss and xs. Rule of thumb if you wear an extra-small to large glove then you will require a 3 5/8 inch grip. If you wear a large to extra-large glove then you will require a 3 7/8 inch grip.

Racquetball racquet frame composition fall into 2 basic categories: metal and composite. Most metal racquets are low-end racquets. Most metal racquets are heavier but are more durable. Most upper-end racquets are composite which are made from many different materials. Graphite and titanium are 2 of the most popular materials.

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Racquetball Racquets