Squash Skills

Squash Drills for Beginners

Any beginner player can benefit from adding a varied range of squash drills to their training routine.They are useful to hone the all-round skills and practical to perform in pairs or as a solo player. Let’s take a look at just a few of the tried and test squash drills for beginners: Solo Squash Drills for Beginners Serve drills One of the first places to start with the squash drills for beginners is the serve drills. Start by practicing 10 lob serves which can be hit from the different serve boxes. Begin with a high strike on the front wall and look to land the ball on the opposite corner and close to the side wall. Go with 10 smash serves struck from the different serving boxes. Aim the shot low and hard and look to land the ball opposite the service box. Also, you can vary the service by…

How To Play Squash Alone

Playing Squash Alone If you want to take your squash skills to the next level you need to practice. But how do you play squash alone? You will want to look at adding a few solo squash drills to the training program.¬†Many squash players believe a two person game is the best means of practice. But, for the players wishing to build up the in-depth variety of shots, a really strong forearm, and a better appreciation of the court, you really want to look at developing a solo practice routine. A well planned session of solo squash drills is certain to help develop your game to take you to the next level. Take note of the following squash drills to learn how to play squash alone: Straight Drive The straight drive is a perfect opportunity to look at building on your coordination and strength through accuracy and repetition by changing…

Squash Drills For 2

Any squash player with access to a regular practice partner can easily get into a habit of playing match practice games on each meet up. Even though this is a great way to practice squash, there is the risk of getting accustomed to playing a single opponent that plays in a specific way. Overtime this can lead to boredom and you are less likely to have an all-round squash game. The most effective route is to create a varied range of squash drills and routines that are playable with your squash partner. You will find over time this can really help to improve your overall game. Plus, the more varied and intense drills helps to break up any boredom that may set in and it will be a lot more fun for you and your squash partner. Let’s take a look a few of the best squash drills for 2:…

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