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Mike McCue
By Mike McCue
on April 28, 2013
Having learned the sport in a relatively "rural" squash area, and now living in the biggest hotbed for junior squash in Canada, the topic of junior development is very interesting to me. I often ...
Jeff Warren
By Jeff Warren
on December 31, 2012
I have definitely talked about mental confidence before but wanted to discuss from a little different perspective this time.  I am sure we have all played against someone that is young, new to the ...
Jeff Warren
By Jeff Warren
on November 04, 2012
Mental confidence is critical in a squash match.  Confidence can be fickle.  It can come and go if you let it.  What do you do if you are losing confidence?
Mike McCue
By Mike McCue
on April 03, 2012
One of the more frustrating elements of training full time for me has been the slow rate of improvement. It would seem logical to think that doubling the amount of time you train (which is ...
Mike McCue
By Mike McCue
on March 27, 2012
Learning how to play in unfavourable/imperfect conditions has been one of the most important lessons in my short career. Playing different types of tournaments in different types of clubs in ...
Mike McCue
By Mike McCue
on February 15, 2012
Few activities (healthy ones, at least) are as captivating as squash. People who have never seen it played in their lives suddenly become fascinated by the sport and play every day. It has endless ...
Mike McCue
By Mike McCue
on February 09, 2012
Some of the most frequent questions people ask about life as a squash player (other than “How much money do you make?”) have to do with day-to-day training routines. After all, the main reason top ...
Jeff Warren
By Jeff Warren
on February 08, 2012
We are very excited to announce that Mike McCue, an up and coming PSA Tour player will be blogging for Control the 'T' Sports.  Mike has been playing squash since the age of 10 and is currently ...
Jeff Warren
By Jeff Warren
on December 24, 2011
Rushing back to the 'T' is critical and not something that I think you hear discussed that often. Most people are taught to get the back to the 'T' which is of course critical but with too much ...