What it Takes to Become a Racquetball Pro

     Sawyer Howitt is a human anomaly to say the least. He has managed to become a successful young entrepreneur all while juggling a high school curriculum. He has already accomplished much in the business world despite not being old enough to legally drink alcohol. Prodigy is probably the best word you could use to describe him. He is the project manager at the Meriwether Group. Honestly, what can this young man not do? On top of everything already mentioned young Howitt is also a professional racquetball player. I know compared to all the other things he’s done you may think that being a professional racquetball player is something to sneeze at, but that’s just not the case.

Howitt himself believes becoming a pro racquetball player was one of the toughest things he’s ever done. I’m sure other pros will vouch for his beliefs. To become pro like Sawyer Howitt takes a lot of commitment. It’s something that just doesn’t happen overnight. You have to dedicate yourself to a plan and stick to it. Discipline is the key. If you say you’re going to workout and practice 4 days out of the week then hold yourself to that commitment. You’ll never reach your goal if you continuously procrastinate. If you practice consistently you well undeniably see improvement in your skills. It may not happen right away but it will happen sure enough. If Sawyer Howitt can do it with all the things he’s got going on then there’s no doubt you can.

Sawyer Howitt

As good as sawyer Howitt is as a racquetball player it is really more of a hobby for the high school senior. His true calling is in business and finance. He has a natural instinct for understanding a business’ financial needs.

He currently doesn’t hold an official rank within the USA Racquetball official profile because he is not active enough.