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Coaching Blog: Time Not Points The summer is a really good time to practice certain aspects of your game and also take advantage of the bouncier conditions. How to measure improvement is a key component of any sport. As I’ve … Continued
At last, we have some warm weather in England! This means squash courts turn into a hot, bouncy “sweat box”. I personally love playing when it’s warm on court and the ball is bouncy. I have spoken before about how … Continued
I was coaching the other day, feeding for my pupil to hit straight forehand volleys. To hit a consistent length he was aiming for his volley to hit the service line on the front wall (as I have spoken about … Continued
PSA World Series Finals. Dubai. 2017. I loved watching this years’ tournament. In previous years it has not lived up to expectation, because players have either been completely knackered after a long season, or a few half-heartedly tackling the unusual … Continued
Your ‘T’ Stance Previously I have discussed the importance of your ‘T’ position; viewing the ‘T’ not as one small spot you must get to after every shot, but a ‘T Box’ or ‘T Zone’ which extends about half a … Continued