makin

Put It Into Practice: How To Add Intensity To Your Game With Joel Makin

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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goal

Goal Setting – Redefined

Often goal setting is done with the right intentions and passions at the start but rarely is it ever really and truly followed through with.

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slump

Dealing with a Slump in your Squash

For most players, their squash is an activity they partake in and enjoy as a break away from the stresses and strains of everyday life. What happens though when you hit a bit of a slump and your motivation wanes?

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garbage

Garbage In, Garbage Out

In computer science, Garbage In, Garbage Out (GIGO) is the concept that flawed, or nonsense (garbage) input produces nonsense output.

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deception

Put It Into Practice: Deception with Nick Matthew

We’re thrilled to have squash legend ‘The Wolf’ Nick Matthew back, bringing us his latest exclusive coaching playlist – this time focusing on deception.

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makin

Put It Into Practice: Patterns Of Play & Shot Partnerships With Joel Makin

We’re thrilled to have Joel Makin back with us, bringing us an exclusive new playlist looking at patterns of play and shot partnerships.

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acceptance

Amor Fati – Acceptance

Amor Fati is used to describe an attitude in which one sees everything that happens in one’s life as good or at the very least necessary.

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swimming

Can Swimming Help Boost Your Squash?

Check out our 3 great swim workouts you can try, tailored to match the demands of the game of squash!

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threat

Put It Into Practice: Playing With Threat With Lee Drew

Lee Drew explains what it means to create ‘threat’ in your shot and outlines a number of subtle ideas that allow you to add new dimensions to your game.

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let

Playing Someone Who Fishes, Also Known As A ‘Let Hunter’

You will encounter and come across some players whose main goal is to try and eke out every small window of opportunity to win. Check out some tools to try and help you deal with the fisher and let hunter. 

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christmas

3 Top Tips for Christmas Training!

With the Christmas period fast approaching, it’s easy for squash to get lost in the shuffle at this time of year. To avoid that happening, check out our top 3 SquashSkills Christmas training tips!

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australia

SquashLevels and Squash Australia announce landmark initiative

SquashLevels has teamed up with Squash Australia to launch an exciting new partnership that aims to bring the squash-playing community together.

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deception

Put It Into Practice: Movement On And Off The Ball With Nick Matthew

Nick Matthew reveals the secrets to his incredible movement and explains some simple tricks that will help you to improve your speed and efficiency.

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Negative visualisation

Negative Visualisation

Negative visualisation is a tool to use in order to help you perform consistently time and again during challenging situations. You want to be prepared.

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owen

If I Were A Betting Man – A Documentary About Rob Owen

The documentary sheds light on Rob Owen’s colorful past and offers an intriguing insight into an analytical mind that has found success in various fields.

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training

5 Top Tips To Help Optimise Your Physical Training Time

With a bit of foresight and organisation, you can optimise the time that you do have available to really maximise your on-court training.

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volley

Put It Into Practice: The High Volley With Tania Bailey

We welcome the ever-excellent Tania Bailey back as she brings us her latest series focusing on the bane of so many amateur players, the high volley!

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match

Put It Into Practice: Linking Movement To Match Play With Jesse Engelbrecht

Start working on the primary fundamentals of optimal match-specific movement and become more confident and consistent in this crucial area of the game.

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feedback

Using Feedback to Focus your Fitness Training

So what’s the best route to establishing where physical training time should primarily be aimed? There are 3 main sources we can use to identify areas of weakness, those being ‘Self-Reflection’, ‘Coach Feedback’, and ‘Fitness Testing’.

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journaling

Why journaling?

Journaling will not only begin to help you get better on the court but will also help your life in all you do and encounter day to day.

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