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...

U.S. Squash Partners with Squashskills

U.S. SQUASH has announced a new partnership with the online coaching site Squashskills, which will provide reduced price subscriptions to U.S. SQUASH members, allowing them to benefit from a range of interactive coaching and...

Movement Games and Drills to make you think ahead

By Richard Millman, Owner-The Squash Doctor Corporation If you have a regular practice partner-or juts a regular game partner-it is easy to fall into the rut of simply playing games every week. Although this might...

Flowing while keeping it tight: Games that force you to improve your movement and...

By Richard Millman, Owner-The Squash Doctor Corporation Practice is of course one of the keys to improvement. And what you practice will determine how much you improve. In recent articles I have been trying to emphasize ‘Movement’...

Developing a Training Plan: What Should I Do? – Step 2

By Damon Leedale-Brown, Sports Scientist & Conditioning Specialist In the last issue we discussed using reflections from the season just finished, combined with detailed profiling, to help establish a series of well thought through training...

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...

Shorten Your Swing

By Peter Nicol When coaching, I tend to spend a lot of time on shortening the swings of players I’m working with. The reason for concentrating on a shorter, tighter swing is to help the...

Timing and Adrenaline – A Nebulous Relationship

By Richard Millman This is going to sound weird from a Brit who knows practically squat about the national game, but even so, here’s something to get you scratching your head: What have Mario Soto...

Squash Technique, Breaking Through The Levels

By Natalie Grainger Last month, we introduced a new LessonCourt series to help you break through different skill levels. The approach with this will be to look closely at specific techniques and strategies that can...

Squash Movement

By Scott Devoy At the 3.0 skill level, players tend to spend a lot of time so focused on the ball that they chase it all over the court. This leads to over-running the ball,...