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Mar 14 2016 5:36AM

The serve in squash


The serve in squash – is it really important? The short answer is “yes” – it is vitally important to have a good serve when playing competitive squash. Equally, it’s very important to know how to return a good serve. So – what … Continue reading

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Big difference in playing standard means a boring game – not necessarily! A big difference in playing standard between two squash players can make for a boring game, and trying to “even-out” such a big difference in playing standard can … Continue reading

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Feb 22 2016 8:18AM

Manage a squash club?


Manage a Squash Club? – No thanks! – but spare a thought for the ones who do! Like many others in the squash fraternity, I manage a squash club – but why? At first sight, you would be forgiven for … Continue reading

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This post is the second in a two part article about squash competitions.  The first post dealt with some of the questions that might occur to you if you have never organise squash competitions before, such as what type of … Continue reading

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Running squash competitions may sounds easy, but if you have never done it, then it can be difficult to know where and how to start. How many players should/will participate? How do you organise the various matches? How do you keep … Continue reading

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Download Your Fitbit Data: Are you using a Fitbit to monitor you exertions on the squash court? If so then you will probably want to download your Fitbit data to get a deeper understanding of how you perform. Using a … Continue reading

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Ever though about handicap squash tournaments? – In my squash club, the standard of player varies tremendously, from complete beginners to A-class players. We have run quite a few tournaments, but the only impact the various players’ different abilities have … Continue reading

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Feb 14 2016 2:12PM

Solo Drills for Beginners


I have had the pleasure of teaching a lot of beginners, and the very first session usually goes something like this – after a few minutes talking to them about safety (which I always think is the MOST important point … Continue reading

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Squash and old age: I thought I was pretty old to still be playing squash (at 64) – but then I saw the latest post from England Squash about the British National Championships currently taking place in Manchester, UK. This … Continue reading

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Feb 12 2016 2:01PM

The correct squash ball to use


The Correct Squash Ball: How many of you have started playing using a “beginners ball” only to move on to the “proper 2-yellow-dot” ball as soon as you started to get a bit better? Even worse I know some beginners … Continue reading

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