SQUASH TRAINING

Private/Semi-Private Training

During private sessions, players will focus on form and technique with their coach.  Semi-private sessions are a desirable medium between Private instruction and Group Training and is great for kids with more restrictive schedules. Semi-private lessons with players of the same or similar level are encouraged once the player’s form and technique is achieved.

Group Training (Clinics)

Group dynamics motivate players to apply themselves differently (and usually more eagerly) than during private training. Clinics also train players to increase stamina.

Solo Practice

Solo practice is the secret to high racquet skills. It is the one element that all top ranked juniors and professionals share. Solo practice is best used once a player has attained a certain level of technique.

Match Play (Team Training)

Match Play is where players implement the skills acquired with the coaches. Without the battle hardness that comes with match play, the best technique can be of little help in winning matches.

Fitness and Strength Training

Squash is a game of balance, agility, strength, explosiveness and endurance. Building a solid strength and endurance base is important to prevent injury and build a strong and explosive squash player. Plyometric training is key to a dynamic squash career. Juniors aiming to compete nationally or internationally must spend an ample amount of time on fitness/strength training.