Improvements strategies: Steps to step-up your game

By Richard Millman, Owner—Westchester Squash No matter what your level of play, there are certain steps you can take to improve your game. These steps—the pillars of your game if you will—are sure-fire ways of moving...

Compounding Time and Pressure

By Richard Millman In the recent FS Investments U.S. Open at Drexel University, the final between Ali Farag and Mohamed ElShorbagy was spectacular, stylish, extreme, athletic, skilled and strategic. It was instructional on many fronts. Time...

Two-Ball Feeds – A Wonderful World of Practices for Three Players

By Richard Millman If you are working on your game and you have a couple of friends who are just as enthusiastic, two-ball feed drills are a marvelous discipline to help move your game forward. As...

What is a Healthy Diet?

By Candace Chemtob, B.S. and M.S. in Human Nutrition Time and time again, we are bombarded with misinformation about nutrition. Facts are slanted to sell products or books. Eat berries from the Amazon or indulge in dark chocolate may be...

The Equation of Squash: Get There to Leave

By Richard Millman The principles of survival in the human race are also the principles of survival for squash. They can be expressed as an equation—a form of algebra. Algebra may not be the most...

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’...

Sports Nutrition Strategies: Reduce Your Risk of Injury on the Court

By Candace H. Chemtob, MS, RD, LD, CSSD Squash injuries are more common than you might think. A study of 155 players in New York City found an injury rate of 44.5%. Of those injuries,...

Eating Well to Feel Well

By Candace Chemtob, MS, RD, LD, CSSD Food and mood are more closely related than you may think. Besides being one letter apart, what and when you eat can influence your mood. If you have...

Seeking Length Supremacy

By Kim Clearkin Director of Squash at San Francisco Bay Club How often do you marvel at the top players when they hit a cross-court volley nick, ending the point in style? Do you wonder how...

Hybrid Stringing Comes to Squash!

By Steve Crandall Vice President, Sales & Marketing Ashaway Racket Strings   Hybrid stringing for squash? In a word, yes. Hybrid stringing is coming to squash. And for very good reasons as we shall see.    First, a bit of background....