tournament

Tournament Preparation For Juniors

Off the back of Nick Taylor’s interview about junior squash, check out the blog where Jesse gives guidance on how juniors should prepare for a tournament.

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circuit

Circuit Of The Month: August

For August’s circuit, we’ve got a challenging new endurance session for you, working your squash-specific conditioning with a series of skip, sprint, and lunge sets.

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variation

Common Amateur Fault: Playing Without Variation

Playing without variation is a very common amateur fault. This can be especially true when players have found the joy and thrill of hitting the ball hard.

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footwork

Developing Fast Footwork

Frequent rapid movement is an integral part of squash, so developing the speed of your footwork can make a big difference to your performance.

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circuit

Circuit Of The Month: July

For July’s circuit, we’ve got a brand new speed focused circuit, with an emphasis on quick movement and fast feet.

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play

Common Amateur Fault – Play Slow, Move Quick

A solution I propose to help stem the tide of a confident opponent is to move quick but play slow.

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fitness

Considerations For Improving Your Squash-Specific Fitness

The first thing to keep in mind is that there is a lot more to ‘fitness’ than just being able to keep plodding away for the course of a game

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circuit

Circuit Of The Month: June

For June’s circuit, we’ve got another new repeat-sprint endurance session for you, working your squash-specific conditioning with a series of sprints, ghosts, and shuttles.

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flow

Accessing A Flow State

This blog will look to give you an understanding of flow as well as the practical tools to use to get into your flow channel for best results.

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endurance

6 of the Best: Endurance Training

Not sure where to start your endurance training? Check out our SquashSkills ‘6 of the Best’ endurance workouts, crucial for a squash player

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fail

Deliberate Practice – Why You Should Lean Into Reach and Fail

What I would like to propose and get you to try and think about is that real growth and deeper learning happen in what is called the reach and fail state.

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Circuit Of The Month: May

For May’s circuit, we’ve got a tough new repeat-sprint endurance session for you, working your squash-specific conditioning with a series of sprints, ghosts, and laterals.

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gratitude

What Good is Gratitude?

The concept of gratitude has been talked about and studied for some time now and the benefits that come with practising gratitude are undeniable.

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Match or Event Preparation

Check out some valuable tools and ideas for the mind and how to have the best mental preparation you can have for the match day.

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deception

Fundamentals Of Deception

Deception is a very fun, and highly effective, part of the game of squash. This blog will look at some of the fundamentals of deception.

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squashskills

SquashSkills To Celebrate 10th Birthday With A New Website, Apps, And Re-Brand

SquashSkills, the world’s leading provider of online squash coaching is preparing to unveil a new website, dedicated mobile apps, as well as a fresh look and feel for the brand.

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SquashLevels Officially Launched In Australia

The world’s most advanced squash rating system, SquashLevels, has teamed up with Squash Australia (SQA) to bring the national squash-playing community together.

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injured

5 Tips On Playing Someone Who Is Injured (The Wounded Buffalo)

An injured player is an uncontrollable factor. You need to try and block out this external distraction and continue to play your game.

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threat

Put It Into Practice: Solving Common Problems In Your Game – With Lee Drew

We’re delighted to have British number 1, Joel Makin joining us for a great new playlist sharing his insights on how to add intensity to your game.

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injured

Shifting The Injured Athlete’s Mindset

The theme of this article is about understanding and acceptance of injury as an inherent part of the whole process of playing sport

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