Training at High Altitude
Published: 06 Sep 2009 - 09:51 by juanfr22
Updated: 06 Sep 2009 - 22:23
Subscribers: Log in to subscribe to this post.
Hi all, I was wondering what might be more beneficial for me to train myself with, using the green one dot ball or the double yellow dot ball i'm already used to. I live in Bogotá, this city is located at a 2,600 meters above sea level. I've always used the double yellow dot ball, but yesterday I used a single dot green ball - wich is designed for altitude - and I discovered that I had to be much more tactical with it, get to the ball at the right place, right time and hit it with the right power...the double yellow dot ball was much more forgiving on that aspect, even if its supposed to be the slowest ball, to me at least the green ball seemed slower and harder to keep warm. I'm thinking on buying a green dot ball because overall it makes me play a more accurate and correct game, but my main concern is that after getting used to the green dot, the double yellow one might be too fast for me and that might even become a problem afterwards...what would you recomend?
Please Note: The most recent replies are now at the top!
From rippa rit - 06 Sep 2009 - 16:03
Sorry, only members can post replies on this and all other Members` Forum items.
Support us here at Squashgame.info! If you think we helped you, please consider our Squash Shop when purchasing or make a small contribution.