One of the great things about working on Cliff’s website is that I’m always learning new things. When I filmed Cliff’s racquetball clinics in Michigan last month, my brain nearly went into information overload. For example: the backhand. I have all kinds of trouble with the shot, and still revert back to my two-handed backhand
I recently made a trip to Bolivia mainly to work with Maria Vargas and some of their other promising juniors. The first thing I noticed after my 18 hour trek is how famous Maria is there. She’s plastered on billboards in high traffic areas. She’s on the most popular TV and radio stations during all
We keep telling you that Cliff is a great coach. You don’t have to take our word for it: check out what Alejandro Herrera — the current #23 ranked player on the IRT Tour — has to say! “The best cliff amazing player amazing coach” Need we say more?
It is hard to believe I first started coaching Cliff Swain almost 35 years when he was 13 years old and I was 15. I had started to work with Jim Winterton who got on the racquetball map when his man child Michael Levine , a national junior champion was beating all the top men players when
Pros Speak from the Box Tip to Beginners In your first and next play times on the court, just try for solid contact and try to make the rallies last a long time. When you hit a couple of square shots you feel good, and things happen quickly from that point on. After the