2018 October

Hey Ref: October 2018

by Barry Faguy HEY REF I referee a fair amount and I’ve noticed over the last couple of years that there seems to be a lot more no lets given for access interference situations, way more than in the past and sometimes it seems painfully unfair. Is there some kind of new directive out there […]

Power of Positivity: The Advantages of Positive Self-Talk

By Bailey Bondy, toughminds.net “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t—you’re right.” —Henry Ford Positive thinking is one of the many important tools to have in your toolbox, and one that can always be sharpened. There are many ways in which one can become more positive, but one of the most effective […]

Back to the Basics Efficient and Effective Warm-Up Strategies

By AJ Lamb, MS, CSCS, PES Supervisor / Senior Exercise Physiologist of Zarett Rehab and Fitness, Joseph Zarett, Physical Therapist, Founder of Zarett Rehab & Fitness Every elite-level athlete understands the importance of preparing the body for the anticipated demands of sport. A planned warm-up is a key component to improving performance and keeping your […]

Drills for Doubles: Get the Most Out of Your Game

By Aidan Harrison Most of the focus of teaching professionals is on the juniors but if you can build a vibrant adult doubles program at your club and make it fun, it builds an extra layer of community within the squash section. Doubles players are lifers. It’s a social game where members can get a […]

World Masters Arrives Stateside



Every Court Counts: A History of the Ambassador Tours

[Above: Press conferences are a core part of the ambassador program. In Kiev, the presenters included (l-r) Ukranian Squash Federation president Anastasia Netrebchuk, Ukraine Sports Committee president Illia Shevlyak, Ramy Ashour, Camille Serme and Andrew Shelley] by James Zug When we emerged from immigration, baggage claim and customs, it was like an explosion. A swarm […]

A New Pathway For the Next Generation of Squash Professionals

[Above: Karim Ibrahim, Barrett Takesian, Scott Brown, Lauren Mariano, Adam Hamill] by Chris McClintick Squash in the United States is on the forefront of modernization and expansion. The U.S. boasts the fastest-growing squash participation rate worldwide with 66% growth overall since 2010 to more than 1.7 million players today. The US Squash-pioneered Club Locker technology […]

Front Wall October 2018



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