June 2019

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What Do Others Think the Best Squash Shoes Available Today Are?

As you know we have shared some extensive research into what we believe to the best squash shoes available today: But we thought it would be interesting to see what others are saying. So we did some research and this is what we found: Squash Shoes – PDHSports According to our friends at PDHSports.com, they thought a good squash shoe should:  offer cushioning, stability and support to reduce the risk of injury have a good quality outsole which provides excellent grip be designed specifically for squash and therefore allow lateral movements/forward propulsion and help you to move quickly around the court have a breathable upper to keep your feet as cool as possible be non-marking And they recommend the following: Best squash shoes for cushioning and support ASICS Blast FF – Uses Flyte Foam material for extra cushioning ADIDAS Stabil X – Boost technology makes responsive cushioning SALMING Hawk…

Tecnifibre Squash Racquets – Review Round-Up

One of the best squash racquet manufacturers is Tecnifibre, a company out of France with a rich history in manufacturing sports equipment for Tennis and Squash. Many squash players gravitate to the Tecnifibre strings because they are so good, and another fun fact is that Tecnifibre is most well-known for was the longtime lead sponsor for the French Open (which was right in their backyard in Paris)! As an avid squash player, you are probably familiar with Tecnifibre because two of the sports biggest players use their racquets – Nour El Sherbini and Mohamed El Shorbagy. We’ll take a look at some of the racquets Tecnifibre has – and you can see why these players are so good! Tecnifibre Squash Racquets Tecnifibre Carboflex 125 Squash Racket – Best for Singles Squash The weapon of choice for PSA World Number One squash player Mohamed El Shorbagy, the Tecnifibre CarboFlex 125 is…

Best Head Squash Racquets 2019 Reviews

Squash training sessions are very intense and you don’t want your racquet to break after only a few minutes in the gym. The time you spend in the gym should not be wasted because you have to pay lots of money to be there in the first place. The thing is that there is not just one HEAD racquet but several with different weights, head shapes and more. We know just how hard it is to research every single HEAD racquet that is why we have done the job for you and singled out 5 best head racquets. Let us look at what we have. Best Head squash racquets 2019 Head Microgel 125 – singles only, best price The Head Microgel 125 is built with plenty of innovative features such as the Metallix, Flexpoint and Microgel technology. This is a great racquet for beginning players that is hoping to quickly…

Wall Street Rallies for Squash

Here is a great article I found on Bloomberg. I’ve heard of squash being used in exercise programs at schools and throughout the community, but never used in a community outreach manner. It looks like it is working out really well, definitely something other areas should consider. The availability of the sport, and the intensity it requires is more than enough to distract some people from other less wholesome undertakings. The article is repeated in full here, but please check out the Bloomberg site linked above. The original author Amanda Gordon has done a great job, and it always puts a smile on my face to read GOOD news, instead of regular (bad) news! Wall Street Rallies for Squash in Harlem at Harvard Club Benefit By Amanda L Gordon January 17, 2019, 7:59 AM CST StreetSquash celebrates 20th anniversary, raises $1.4 million “It’s playing chess while running” Samsung’s David Eun…

Which Squash Ball To Use?

Squash Balls. Humble, Squashable, Warmable, Smackable, Cheap! Squash was originally called Squash Racquets… The name was based on the “Squashability” of the ball! We’ll give you the information you need to pick out the right squash ball for your level of playing! It’s easy, don’t sweat it! What Squash Ball Should I use? The four squash balls most commonly used in the game are single yellow, double yellow, blue and red. For the first time squash player, it is typically best to start playing with the red or blue balls. However, as mentioned, the mini-squash balls like the orange ball is the right option for the very young player. The starter balls make it easier to learn hand-eye-coordination and game techniques before moving on to the professional grade balls. Also, there is the option to use a slightly larger ball for the complete beginner. For instance, the Dunlop Intro Ball is…

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