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For anyone who’s keen on learning squash, which is great rain, hail or shine.

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I believe if your going to get into squash you really need to be playing twice a week.

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When you have all your equipment and you are playing one match a week and one training session a week please make sure you book in a lesson once every three weeks. They will teach you about good footwork, shoulders parallel to wall, swinging correctly and moving correctly. If they don’t go elsewhere.

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If your playing matches at least twice a week remember stretching afterwards is very, very important. Stretch for a good 10-15 minutes even if its in the shower. The same applies if you need work on your game, book in a lesson once every three weeks.

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The lob serve is the best serve in squash. A hard serve burns up too much energy and is not as effective.

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To all new players shoulders should be parallel to the wall so when following through balls should always go down the wall with good balanced footwork. Hope you’ve been practicing.

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No matter what standard you are, from C to State, footwork and position is still very important with racket being chest high as often as possible you will improvement quicker.

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Too all standards all the comps are going very smoothly, get involved asap, and we have coaches on hand to help you out.

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