Racquetball challenges you to improve, to hit your strokes and develop your strategy to become a more efficient, effective player. When you improve your game, you don't just become a better player. You also get the satisfaction that comes from mastering a skill. That's where pros — teaching professionals, not pro players — and racquetball lessons come into the picture. When you get serious about your racquetball, even if you're just playing for fun, you need to consider taking racquetball lessons.

No racquetball instructor, regardless of how much experience and talent he/she has, can turn you from a beginner into Rhonda Rajsich or Rocky Carson in one hour-long lesson (or even three, for that matter!). However, an instructor can help you improve your game in some very concrete ways, starting with a lesson.