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Alex Robertson
By Alex Robertson
on July 09, 2021
I've been playing squash for around 15 years now and I've seen lots of changes and advances in coaching over the years in order to cater to the different playing styles.
Nicole Garon
By Nicole Garon
on October 07, 2018
It is terrifying how quickly the weeks speed by. Here we are at the beginning of October and not only are the pumpkins already out on the porches with Halloween candy crowding the grocery aisles, but ...
Nicole Garon
By Nicole Garon
on March 09, 2018
Tournament play can be very taxing both mentally and physically ...
Nicole Garon
By Nicole Garon
on January 26, 2018
Does your squash game suffer from the following symptoms?
Nicole Garon
By Nicole Garon
on November 02, 2017
I am sure you have heard it all before so I will not harp on the fact that in order to improve you need to dedicate some time to training. We, as recreational and amateur players, don’t have the same ...
Nicole Garon
By Nicole Garon
on August 17, 2017
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?
Nicole Garon
By Nicole Garon
on July 26, 2017
Staying Focused During Injury Well, lets face it – Injuries suck.
Jeff Warren
By Jeff Warren
on December 29, 2016
Following up on our last post about Paul Coll today’s post is going to look at fitness. Squash is a tough game physically and being in good physical shape is imperative to performing at your top ...
Diego Caballero
By Diego Caballero
on July 28, 2015
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. ...