Author: Nicole Garon

Tournament Play Preparation

Tournament play can be very taxing both mentally and physically … There are several difficult matches spaced out throughout a day and throughout the weekend. There are spectators and crowds that can be distracting or nerve-wracking depending on what you are used to. There could be people there you haven’t seen for a while that […]

Racquet Up Up Up!

Does your squash game suffer from the following symptoms? Infrequent and/or poor volleys Sloppy racquet errors Fat shots and/or loose drives Unnecessary and/or excessive boasts If you feel that you are tormented from the above complications, you may be suffering from “Late or Lazy Racquet Prep”. It may seem simple and inconsequential, but racquet preparation […]

Keep it simple!

The game of squash is so easy from outside the glass … Sometimes when I am watching people play I wish I had a joystick (yes I am dating myself – I think they call them “controllers” now). The point is I would like to have the option to press a button to get them […]

My New Magic Wand

The last few years I have been playing with the Salming Forza (both the blue and the pink to keep things exciting). Recently Salming has produced a few variations of their racquets to provide even more options to suit every squash player out there from recreational club to professional (or wanna be professional dreamers like […]

Help! I’m trapped in the corner and I can’t get out!

Do you struggle to gain control and keep control of the T? Do you find yourself constantly behind your opponent? Do you feel as though you are frequently scrambling and under pressure? If the answer to one or more of these questions is yes, then you are likely finding yourself trapped in the back two […]