Please enjoy my article from Squash Magazine below: Back Court Essentials: Where is the game played and where do you practice?
As I approach my thirty-eighth year as a professional Sports coach, I find myself increasingly intrigued by the philosophical aspect of competitive development and coaching itself as a field of study. Many wise coaches over the history of our profession – even back to the days of our true ancestors – the fencing masters andContinue reading “Mind/Body – How does your Competitive philosophy affect your mechanical and strategic performance?”
Credit where credit’s due. I have been criticized recently for seeming to be harsh in my criticism of some of the decisions and choices that those in positions of power in our sport have either made or failed to make. I am not a competitor in a popularity contest. I have been a Squash professionalContinue reading “Credit where credit’s due”
Harry saw John to the door. “Remember Harry, you can’t run Dead Nick Racket and Fitness on your love for the game. You need income.” ” I know, I know!” Harry said impatiently. John McKinnon held out his hand and Harry shook it firmly. John was a great friend and a great accountant and HarryContinue reading “If you cannot control a rally in which you are the sole participant…… ( a little piece of creative writing for your pleasure!)”
More musings and ramblings from The Squash Doctor. Pre-ramble I apologize that it has been a while since my last written rant on the subject of Squash, my up and down competitive journey and things that are current in my thinking and/or interest. Some of you may be grateful for this lapse since several ofContinue reading “More Musings and Ramblings from The Squash Doctor.”
In the game of Squash world-wide, we are indeed fortunate to have an enormously broad and deep human asset pool. We have innovators who are developing the way the game is broadcast. Innovators who are developing the way the game is marketed. Innovators who are constantly striving to evolve the equipment we use. But howContinue reading “How many thinkers are there in the game of Squash?”