Double Down

by Amanda Sobhy Most of you know me as a professional singles player. However, what you may not know is that I love to play doubles. No, I’m not talking about doubles on a singles...

Breaking Through the Levels: Hardball Doubles

by Preston Quick In this month’s issue, former World Champion Preston Quick describes the unique lingo and skills it takes to excel at every level of squash doubles. C Players at the C level will benefit greatly...

Accuracy – Through the Levels

By Adam Hamill, U.S. Junior Men's National Coach Players competing at the 3.0 level tend to focus on trying to connect with ball without much attention to racquet preparation, position and technique. Often this results in...

Solo Squash Doubles Practice

By Graham Bassett, US Squash Victor Elmaleh Director of Doubles Squash provides the unique experience of being able to achieve meaning practice on court by yourself. Can you imagine trying to practice water polo by...

Balance Points

Balance Points Which side of your feet do you lean and what thoughts are controlling this behavior? By Richard Millman, Owner - The Squash Doctor Corporation Whenever I write these articles I am concerned as to whether...

The Lob Game

By Gareth Webber, Director of Squash, Squash Club Los Gatos Level IV Elite Coach, U.S. Squash National Team Coach A great way to respond to “shot makers" and power players is by using the height...

Endurance Training for Squash?

Damon Leedale-Brown, Sports Scientist & Conditioning Specialist In the final article of our 3-part series on interval training I thought it would be interesting to see examples of different types of interval sessions performed by...

Tactical Analysis

By Scott Devoy, U.S. National Junior Women's Coach One of the biggest differences between players at lower levels compared to the upper levels can be seen in their variety of play—or lack of it. Whether...

Beating Burnout

By Amy Gross, Peak Performance & Mental Coach We live in a world that requires long hours of work without much time to unwind. Overscheduling, overtraining, overstimulation and chronic stress are commonplace. Finding opportunities for...

Making that Jump – Breaking 3.0

By Paul Assaiante, Trinity College Head Coach and Head National Coach Too many people simply go from lesson to lesson and think that that is the panacea for developing a squash game. Or on the...