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More on exercising by Dr. Lynn Dorman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Aug 2008 7:14pm Last week after I wrote what I did - my son suggested that maybe it was a need for a different assortment of exercises. I went "duh!" of course....bodies, mine, adapt to doing the same exercise on a regular basis...and I was doing the cycling twice a week for more than two years....and even tho the instructor varies the workout each class, I th ... Read on »
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Technique by RacquetballTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Take lessons. If you're serious about racquetball or squash, take lessons from a Pro. The swing is not intuitive and it's important to learn proper technique. Turn your shoulders. When you swing, make sure to turn your shoulders, not just your ams. Imagine your racket is extended just from your shoulders and swing. Use the ceiling. Don't ... Read on »
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Rules by RacquetballTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Call a 'hinder.' If your opponent blocks you from getting to the ball, call a 'hinder' and the point is played again (or lost if the player failed to move). Coin toss. Before the game, toss a coin. The winner of the coin toss gets to decide if they want to serve or receive first. No switching. You can't switch racket hands to hit a ball. ... Read on »
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Gear by RacquetballTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Choose your shoes. Find a racquetball shoe that's light, with a gummy, rubber-like sole for quick stops and starts. Make sure it fits comfortably. Find a glove. Look for a racquetball glove that fits comfortably, and has the ventilation you want. Bring your racket and do some test swings. Find your racket. Try out different racquetball ra ... Read on »
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Etiquette by RacquetballTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Be courteous. Be courteous. Wait until your opponent is ready to serve the ball. Be punctual. Be punctual. Arrive on time, especially if you've reserved a court time. Don't interfere. Don't interfere. Avoid interfering with your opponent's shot. Fault! Shout fault if you make an illegal serve. Let! Let! Call a do-over if interf ... Read on »
Racquetball/Squash Tips - Strategy by RacquetballTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:33pm Back wall. Use the back wall! Cover the pinch. In doubles, if your cross court opponent is shooting, move up toward the wall to cover short shots. Hit deep. Hit high percentage, deep shots, to send your opponent to the back wall and control center court. Don't try to hit too many short shots. No service. If you're playing doubles, sta ... Read on »
Benneteau enhance serve success by episode3 Posted Wed 06 Mar 2013 3:27am  back-breaking. The experience live bisected test, the Swiss instead go-ahead score 3-2. The key moment Benneteau enhance serve success rate, stop the tide of lost the next three innings.  womens nike air pegasus 29 Federer in the seventh inning in a continuous situation mistakes, the Frenchman by virtue of the bottom line defensive tenacity again ... Read on »
Thanks-Giving Kabocha Squash with Chestnut-Vegan Sausage Stuffing, Delicata Squash, Green Beans, Black Radish by Dilip B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 6:00pm We had something nice to celebrate; late this afternoon, the baby took her complete "meal" by suckling directly from her Mom, and didn't need any breast milk to be fed via bottle! We realize that the baby is probably still often going to need bottles, but this was a milestone that goes a long way to my wife's getting more rest! In commemorati ... Read on »
Stuffed squash / squash muffins by Andrea Z. Patient Expert Posted Sun 15 Nov 2009 10:00pm Those gorgeous winter squashes are just so hard to resist, sitting there all colorful and shapely in bins and boxes at farmers markets and coops. There's a growing collection of squash at our house that we all know should be used, but no one wants to cut up. Cursing to myself is not uncommon whenever I try to open a winter squash, and knives h ... Read on »
:.*SavOry SweEt PoTatOes AnD SquAsh:.* by Heather McClees Facebook Posted Mon 22 Feb 2010 12:00am .:*GooD EveNing GuestS*:.   Well I'm not sure how your Monday went but mine was exhausting! Mostly, it was my own fault- I let my blood sugar drop this morning - a huge no no when you're trying to have a good day, and then I got so caught up doing homework tonight after a long day, that I looked up and it was way past my bed ... Read on »