squash circuit training

Circuit of the month: November

For November’s circuit, we’ve put together a tough power circuit challenge!

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Put it into practice: Group coaching with Bryan Patterson

Group coaching – Check out these small group sessions for you to utilise in your coaching set-ups, created by the SquashSkills team.

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hard hitter

7 tips on playing against a hard hitter

7 tips on playing against a hard hitter – Find out what tools to try and use to combat these effective hard hitters that you will have to play against.

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reactive decisions

Common amateur fault – reactive decisions

Making reactive decisions – With some key strategies and ideas presented in this blog, amateur players can get some quick wins and improvements

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james willstrop

Put it into practice: James Willstrop’s backhand dropshot

If you find it hard to return the ball effectively from the forehand back corner, be sure to check out this article and start turning this area of the game into a strength.

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tips larger player

3 Training Tips for the Larger Player

3 Training Tips for the Larger Player: If you identify as a larger player, check out this brand new blog for some advice and insight!

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clipping the sidewall

Common Amateur Fault – Clipping the sidewall

Clipping the sidewall – This blog suggests some tactical and technical areas to focus on in your matches. Here are some of my main areas of focus:

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mentality

5 tips on playing against someone who is too good

This blog focuses on what great outcomes you can look to get when knowing you are likely to lose in order to help your game in the future.

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Put it into practice: Forehand back corner coaching session

If you find it hard to return the ball effectively from the forehand back corner, be sure to check out this article and start turning this area of the game into a strength.

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different styles

Put it into practice: Playing different styles with DP

Playing different styles – We’ve put together squash and fitness sessions focused around improving your control, tactical awareness, and shot selection.

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drop-lober

Playing a drop-lobber

Drop-lobbers tends to be really accurate, really deliberate in what they do and really frustrating overall to play. This blog will point out some ways and strategies to cope with these players and nullify the weapons they bring to the game

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speed

3 Top Tips for Super-Charging Your Squash-Specific Speed!

Speed is a huge asset in squash that relies so heavily on repeated movements on court. Check out these top 3 training tips for your squash-specific speed.

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Track your racket to improve your game

Racketware allows squash players to accurately measure the motion of their racket under actual match conditions, providing accurate data about their swing

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tom richards

11 Points on Fitness Q&A: Tom Richards

We have a brand new edition of our popular ’11 Points on Fitness’ Q&A, this time featuring English international and world number 24, Tom Richards.

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match mentality

Mental freezing in squash – Overcoming the yips

Yips is “a state of extreme nervousness that causes a golfer to miss an easy putt.” We’ll attempt to give you a coping strategy if this situation should arise in one of your next matches.

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richie fallows

11 Points on Fitness Q&A: Richie Fallows

These Q&A articles offer a great opportunity to peek behind the scenes for a fascinating look at a top professional player’s training regime, and all the efforts they go to in their quest for sporting and athletic excellence.

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Adrian waller

11 Points on Fitness Q&A: Adrian Waller

These Q&A articles offer a great opportunity to peek behind the scenes for a fascinating look at a top professional player’s training regime, and all the efforts they go to in their quest for sporting and athletic excellence.

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Put it into practice: Angles of attack

How to use angles of attack in squash game? Check out our drills and practices you can use to start exploring the use of attacking angles in your game.

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