Racquetball is a fun and fast moving sport that is gaining popularity. Not only known as a gym sport, young people are diving on board for this interactive and intense game. If you enjoy it so much and are considering doing it professionally, here are some things to consider.
Find the right coach. It’s not about getting the closest coach in your town, or the cheapest. You want the right coach who will train you for greatness. You may have to travel or relocate to find them. You must think to yourself how bad do you want it. This may require a decent amount of research to acquire a coach. You may also read about other’s experience playing racquetball and learn as much as you can. You will be better prepared. Then, you must practice all the time. Great athletes train every day to become who they are, especially Olympians. You cannot get better unless you train, practice, eat and breathe the sport. Do your research and find the right workouts for racquetball. You won’t become better at racquetball if you are training for ice skating, and visa versa. You must also eat right, drink lots of water, and get enough sleep to perform at your optimal level. If you have a plan, stick to it. If you don’t have one, do it now. You must stick to your plan to see results. It takes time, hard work, and lots of determination to get there. If you give up you won’t experience the fruits of your labor. Now that you are on your way to greatness, you need to get paid to continue. Find a sponsor or jobs that allow you to train in the meanwhile. Athletes often promote company brands to get paid. You often see their logos and symbols on their outfits. You can also teach racquetball to make your bills, whatever works.
Racquetball pro Sawyer Howitt is taking the business world by storm. At only 17, he has managed to create a portfolio of business accomplishments that someone three times his age would envy.
Sawyer is a entrepreneur, philanthropist, racquetball enthusiast, and just all around good-natured person. He works as a Project Manager at The Meriwether Group in Portland, OR and is currently attending the University of California, Berkeley.