If you’re anything like me you love sports. If you’re even more like me then you particularly love racquetball. the reason I think I enjoy the sport so much is it normalcy. You don’t have to be 7 feet tall or 250 pounds of muscle to be good at it. It gives “average joes” like me the feeling that of “I can do that.” I learned about pros like Sawyer Howitt and felt inspired. So I did a little research in to becoming a professional racquetball player. Upon digging deeper into the matter I realized it wasn’t as easy as I thought.
Becoming a professional racquetball player requires a lot of hard work and is more than a little time consuming. You have to be prepared to endure through some tough days in order to reach your goal. Many people who attempt to become pro will fail because they failed to prepare themselves for the physical and mental strain ahead.
Procrastinating is the worst thing you can do if you are serious about something. Despite the obstacles in front of you you must remain solid and keep moving forward. When you say you’re going to do something mean it and follow through. You must practice and workout even when you’re tire to succeed. When you feel you’ve practiced enough to be good practice some more. Dedication like this is the key ingredient in becoming pro.
After I realized how tough it is to become pro I knew I wasn’t committed enough to play racquetball professionally. If I ever see Sawyer Howitt in person I’ll make sure to apologize to him for underestimating how hard he’s worked.
When he’s not too busy and has free time he is a professional racquetball player.
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