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    Don't let it hit the back wall! - A guide to a great squash drill...

    Oct 5, 2019 5:04:45 PM / by Alex Robertson posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, Fitness, Guides, Learn more about squash, training, drill

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    Team CT Pro Cam Seth on the Importance of Flexibility...

    Aug 21, 2019 4:09:46 PM / by Cameron Seth posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, Fitness, Guides, Learn more about squash, training, Cameron Seth

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    Tournament Play Preparation

    Mar 9, 2018 5:00:06 PM / by Nicole Garon posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, Learn more about squash, Tournament, squash tips, squash training

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    Tournament play can be very taxing both mentally and physically ...

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    Keep it simple!

    Dec 14, 2017 6:47:40 PM / by Nicole Garon posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, Learn more about squash, mental tips, Beginner Squash, beginner tips, squash tips, squash training

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    The game of squash is so easy from outside the glass ...

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    The Benefits of a Heavier Squash Racquet

    Aug 8, 2017 6:19:15 PM / by Jeff Warren posted in Squash Tips, Learn more about squash, Squash Racquet, squash racquet buyers guide, Squash Racquets, squash tips

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    My last post was on the benefits of a light squash racquet and I thought it would be a good time to review what the benefits of a heavier squash racquet are. There are definitely players that would benefit from playing with a heavier racquet. I find that a heavier squash racquet helps with several parts of the squash game. It makes it easier to generate power, accuracy is improved and you get more feel on drops. A heavier racquet can really improve a player’s fundamental game.

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    How to Take Full Advantage of Squash Drills

    Jul 28, 2015 8:38:13 PM / by Diego Caballero posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, movement, Learn more about squash, training, practice, squash, squash tips, squash training, tactics, tips

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    When training, many players do drills without any concise objective in mind. Players tend to “rinse and repeat” a drill without focusing on important things such as footwork or shot accuracy. Whenever a player is about to start a drill, they should always have an objective in mind, concentrate on it, and works towards as they do the exercise. This is very important since it will help the player develop better muscle memory as well as improve their game more significantly.

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    Easy Drill to Improve Your Front Court Shots

    Jun 21, 2015 9:31:01 AM / by Diego Caballero posted in Squash Tips, Squash Training, improve game, improve squash game, improving, Learn more about squash, training, deception, drill, practice, racquet preparation, squash, squash tips, squash training, tips

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    This week I was training one-on-one with my coach, and we decided to improve my game at the front court by working on: taking my time, starting my swing from the same position every time, making a shorter swing, and using my wrist more. The reason he told me I needed to do this was to incorporate deception on every shot, as well as increase my accuracy while retaining the same amount of power as before. Surprisingly enough, by the end of practice I was hitting better shots at the front with a shorter swing that always started from the same spot. It was very helpful and I believe it’s worth discussing so that other players can try it out as well.

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    Head Heavy, Head Light, or Even Balanced: What Should I Use?

    Jun 18, 2015 8:42:24 PM / by Diego Caballero posted in Squash Tips, Learn more about squash, weight, head heavy, head light, balance, beginner s, beginner tips, even balanced, racquet, squash, Squash Racquet

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    When planning on buying a squash racquet there are many things to take into consideration:

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    The Rules of Squash Every Player Should Know

    Jun 3, 2015 9:50:52 AM / by Diego Caballero posted in Learn more about squash, learn more squash, rules, squash rules, squash tips

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    Ideally, every player should have read and should know the rules of Squash; but, there are some rules that sometimes are ignored simply by the fact that none of the players or officials know them. I have read the “World Squash Singles Rules 2014” from the World Squash Federation and here are some of the rules that I believe every player should know, as well as commentary on how they are bypassed or misinterpreted by players and/or officials:

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    Squash: A Deception Game

    May 14, 2015 11:29:56 AM / by Diego Caballero posted in James Willstrop, Jonathon Power, Learn more about squash, Uncategorized, deception, deception in squash, squash, squash a deception game, squash and deception, squash shots, squash strategies, the art of deception

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    To deceive someone is to cause them to believe something that is not true, typically in order to gain some personal advantage. In the game of squash this becomes a vital thing. Being able to deceive your opponent becomes a key element in squash as it is fundamentally one of the best ways to win a rally. Deceptive shots, either by accident or by choice, create an element of surprise that will throw off any opponent. Deception is an art; a great strategy in the game of squash that highly rewards those who are able to master it.

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