Racquetball and Squash: Conditioning and Injury Prevention

If you love to play racquetball or squash but always suffer from injuries that stop you from steady improvement, this book is for you. The one-sided nature of the sport creates a lot of imbalances in your body that over time cause overuse injuries. In this book, you will find practical advice on how to adjust your training to the requirements of your body, and how to achieve maximum performance. More

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About Suzanna McGee

Suzanna McGee is a former Ms. Natural Olympia drug-free bodybuilding champion, an experienced athletic trainer, fitness expert and competitive tennis player. With her teaching and writings, Suzanna possesses the tremendous ability to inspire athletes to be the best that they can be. Suzanna’s special training style that combines many different techniques of training, healing, and injury prevention, brings a lot of success and great results to anybody who learns how to master it.

Suzanna has been an athlete since the age of eleven. While living in Czechoslovakia and Sweden, she was a national level skier, and after moving to California, she became a drug-free bodybuilder and artistic roller-skater. At the age of 38, Suzanna picked up tennis and for the past seven years, she has been fully committed and passionate about the game. Suzanna’s remarkable fitness has allowed her to reach high levels quickly. Discovering the “magic potion” for ageless competitive tennis through mindful fitness, this 45-year-old true athlete plays tennis daily, and without aches and pains.

In Europe, Suzanna has coached fitness for national hockey and ski teams. Currently, she is teaching fitness to tennis players and other athletes. Besides the love for sports, she has two master’s degrees in computer science, and speaks six languages. Suzanna resides in Venice Beach, California.

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