Several Racquetball Courts in the Sacramento Area

It’s just you, your opponent, the walls, and a ball flying at you at high speed. If you’re a racquetball veteran, you know the thrill of stepping into that enclosed court and getting in a good workout while engaging in some friendly competition.

The good news is, you don't have to join an expensive racquet club! Your Cal Fit membership gives you access to 12 racquetball courts in the Sacramento area for about half the cost of other local gyms with racquetball courts -- so whether you're a veteran or beginner, you have a place to work on your backhand. 

How to Get Started

Our racquetball courts in the Sacramento area offer several ways to get your game on:

  • You can call in advance and book a court for up to an hour.
  • Unreserved courts are available on a first come, first served basis.
  • Show up and find an opponent during a challenge court time. Contact your club for specific challenge court days and times.

In case you forget your equipment, loaner racquets and balls are available on a first come, first served basis. Stop by for a little friendly competition today!

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Reasons to Hit the Courts

There are countless benefits of playing racquetball, such as:

  • You can play in any weather
  • You can play alone, or with friends
  • It's great cardio
  • It develops muscle tone
  • It's both aerobic and anaerobic
  • It helps relieve stress
  • It can improve your balance and flexibility
  • It's fun, so your workout time will fly by
  • And of course... it burns fat and calories!

With so many great reasons to play, why not find a Sacramento area racquetball court today? If you're not a member, now's a great time to sign up!

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Racquetball Pro Tips

  • Warm up and stretch before a match
  • Practice hitting through the ball instead of at the ball
  • Find someone new to play with; it'll keep you on your toes
  • Avoid hitting across the court -- you'll make it easier to return
  • When practicing your stroke, focus on form before going in to a full body swing

Most importantly, have fun!