movement

The graceful movement of the pros explained

The graceful movement of the pros – In this blog, we will uncover the secrets to why the pros have such a graceful and flowing movement around the court

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home training

Fitness Training at Home

Home training – Running out of ideas or inspiration? We have chock full of details of workouts you can do at your home, in the garden, or in the local park.

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solo

Put it into practice: Solo practices with Joey Barrington

Solo practices – Check out the ready-made sessions that will allow you to maximise your time on court and get ready for a return to competitive play.

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veteran

6 tips on playing a wily veteran

Veterans are usually technically sound with a lot of skills on offer. Check out the tactics and tips to be most effective when encountering a wily veteran.

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circuit

Circuit of the month: May

For May’s circuit, we’ve got a great strength & endurance-focused session designed to be carried out in limited space – perfect for you to use to add a bit of variety to your home training.

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software engineer

SquashSkills is hiring – Software Engineer

SquashSkills is hiring – Software Engineer. Specialisation – React Native Full Stack

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learning

Learning and growing away from the courts

Learning during lockdown: The following bits are my own experiences and things I have been doing during lockdown and some of them may resonate with you.

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ball skill

Put it into practice: Ball skill development from home

This week’s playlist sees SquashSkills own Jesse Engelbrecht back with another instalment of his ever-entertaining ball skill development at-home exercises!

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ghosting at home

Ghosting at Home: 3 Top Tips To Help Get You Started

Ghosting at home – With a bit of creativity and forethought, it’s possible to tailor even very limited training space into a suitable area!

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circuit

Circuit of the month: April

For April’s circuit, we’ve got a great strength & endurance-focused session designed to be carried out in limited space – perfect for you to use to add a bit of variety to your home training.

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traditional

5 tips on playing against very traditional players

Playing against traditional players – Once you understand their motivations and how they play, there are a number of tools discussed here for you to employ

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home workout

Put it into practice: Exercising at home effectively

Exercising at home – Whatever space you have available, you’ll be able to use Gary’s exercises to help you get a first-class workout in!

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reactive

Common amateur fault – Reactive movement

Reactive movement – Check out some tips to install into your game to help improve your levels on anticipation on the court.

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5 of the Best Recovery Tools for Squash

Recovery tools for Squash – Find out 5 of our favourite self-massage tools for squash players.

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grip

Put it into practice: The grip with Lee Drew

Squash grip – We’ve created squash sessions to start exploring the key fundamentals of the grip, start adding to your control and ball placement.

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shot player

7 tips on playing a shot player

Playing a shot player – Find out the tips and tactics that can be employed to try and nullify the shot players at your squash club.

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mental approach

Put it into practice: Mental approach

Mental approach with Peter Nicol – Find out the suggestions on this crucial topic of the mental approach to squash.

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post-match analysis

Post-match analysis

Post-Match analysis is a very valuable tool you can simply and easily incorporate to identify what you need to improve on.

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chipping

Common Amateur Fault – Lack of chipping

Jesse discusses the tactical and technical details around chipping and how this hugely important skill and tactic is very much undervalued.

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Put it into practice: Control the T

Learn to control the T – Check out the solo and pairs sessions built around the technical and tactical areas you’ll need to focus on.

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