Blog /  December 2016

End of year reflections

End of year reflections

As we approach the end of 2016, whether you're continuing to play and train over Christmas or whether you're taking some time out to rest and recuperate, it can be a useful process to take a look back over the past 12 months and evaluate your performance...

  • Thursday 22nd December 2016
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December 2016 Articles

Winter break training
  • 21st Dec 2016

Winter break training

‘Summer Training' is a set fixture on the calendar of athletes from many sports, and squash is no exception. Players of all levels set aside the summer months to really work hard in their squash training – usually most predominantly the physical......

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Circuit training for squash
  • 16th Dec 2016

Circuit training for squash

Circuits can work particularly well in a group setting for squash players – multiple stations can be set-up within the confines of a court, with participants swapping between working and resting...

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Limited space training for squash players
  • 9th Dec 2016

Limited space training for squash players

With a bit of creativity, sessions working on the major physical elements such as power, endurance, and stability can all still be carried out when space and equipment is confined....

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Accepting constructive criticism to improve
  • 7th Dec 2016

Accepting constructive criticism to improve

Being able to accept criticism is important for any player looking to improve their squash. In Peter's new blog he explores the fear of failure and how actually admitting failure is needed to achieve success....

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How I use SquashSkills to improve my players
  • 6th Dec 2016

How I use SquashSkills to improve my players

Don't miss this great blog from the Estonian squash coach, Priit Lumi, who uses SquashSkills to help develop his group of over 20 players! If you're also a coach, find out how SquashSkills can help you....

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How does ageing affect your squash?
  • 3rd Dec 2016

How does ageing affect your squash?

Older bodies are less tolerant of the strains of sport, and there is unfortunately no escaping the fact that an age-related decline in performance does occur around the mid-30s. How does this affect the squash player, and what can you do about it?...

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Win the SquashSkills Golden ticket - part two!
  • 2nd Dec 2016

Win the SquashSkills Golden ticket - part two!

This is your chance to win a place on our upcoming SquashSkills coaching camp in January at Yale University, as well as a host of new Salming gear. Simply tell us what the most laughable/funniest excuse you've heard for someone losing a squash match...

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Got (Choc) Milk?
  • 1st Dec 2016

Got (Choc) Milk?

After a tough training session or match, our bodies are often left in a state of depletion – replenishing certain nutrients in this post-exercise period can be crucial in optimising our recovery. Particularly for players competing in tournaments wh......

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