Winter Squash and UK Racketball Leagues

***Winter League Registration is now closed.***

Questions can be emailed to Graeme Williams – graeme.williams@windsorsquashfitness.ca

March Break Junior Squash Program

This March Break we are running a development and strength and conditioning camp.  This 5 full day camp is aimed at 10 to 15 year olds.  The camp is suitable for squash players playing in Gary Waite Events and Squash Ontario Silver Events.  The camp will run Monday March 11th until Friday March 15th.  Each day will start at 9.30am and run until 4pm.  Campers will need a packed lunch except for Friday which will be a tournament day and food will be provided.

The day will be split into 4 sessions.  2 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon.  Places are limited to 12 and only payment in full will reserve a spot.

Registration information and questions can be emailed to Graeme Williams.

Junior Squash Development Program - March Break

All programs must be paid in full prior to start of the program.

*You will be redirected to the Paypal website to complete purchase and registration

Camp Dates: March 11th – March 15th

Ages – 1o-15yrs

Cost: $250



Squash Clinics

Into to Squash CLINIC  February 24th, 2019

On Sunday February 24th, 2019 we are running an Intro to Squash Clinic @ 5pm.  This is FREE and a great opportunity to either learn the game or to pick up some tips on how to improve.

To register please click HERE

Graeme Williams

Graeme Williams – Pro Tip

Using your movement to hit the ball. A common fault in squash is players trying to generate all their momentum and power with the arm.  This causes many problems such as not being balanced at impact, recovery to T area, injuries, accuracy problems, easy to read and losing the thing they are searching for in the first time power!

As with throwing, the swing starts with the feet and the floor.  The upper body should be relaxed as possible to allow the momentum to travel up the body and build the swing.  Each step should build more momentum to then be thrown into the shot.  The last step before hitting needs to be timed with the ball to ensure that the weight is used to hit rather than just disappearing into the floor and leaving the arm to do all the work.  Again if you have a go at throwing you will feel that the last step pushes into the floor, creating momentum in the arm to throw and release the ball.  If your timing here is perfect the effort you put into the shot will rebound from the ground up and pull you back towards the middle.  As with anything this timing takes practice!