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...

Resolution Willpower

By Candace Chemtob, B.S. and M.S. in Human Nutrition "For last year's words belong to last year's language And next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a...

Foot Fault? You’re Calling a Foot Fault?

It’s one of the very first things you learn when you begin playing squash. After figuring out about all the confusing lines on the court, you are told to start a point by serving...

Psychological Strategy – The Key to the Game

By Richard Millman As I have said before in this column, it is my belief that currently, we are still in the very early stages of development of this wonderful sport of ours. In my program, ‘The Millman...

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...