Coaching and Development

Coaching: How Chaos leads to change

Forget endless reps, trust your feelings and sensations that occur when you do things right By TONY GRIFFIN - Squash Mad Coaching Correspondent My Gevolution learning...

Creating a pathway for change and improvement to help coaches and players

Putting years of knowledge to the test By TONY GRIFFIN - Squash Mad Coaching Correspondent For players and coaches, the biggest challenge to learning and evolving...

Coaching survey reveals: “Parents drop their kids off and rush home for seven minutes of frantic copulation”

Coaches rename their job as “child-minding operatives” By ALAN THATCHER - Squash Mad New Brands Editor Squash coaching took a massive leap into the future...

Tony Griffin’s Gevolution Academy: How well are you watching the ball?

‘The top pros are permanently connected to the ball’ By TONY GRIFFIN - Squash Mad New Learning Guru The response to last week’s article was very...

The Gevolution: A different way of helping squash players evolve and change

‘Research shows repetition is not always the best way to learn’  By TONY GRIFFIN - G Spot Squash and Coaching Analyst In July I Presented the...

Colombia to host WSF coaching conference

David Palmer and Sarah Fitz-Gerald lead coaching talks By HOWARD HARDING - Squash Mad International Correspondent   The World Squash Federation has confirmed that Colombia will host...

Squash Classroom project launches in Pakistan

Squash Classroom project backed by Australia’s sporting diplomacy policy By Squash Australia   The Pakistan Squash Federation has launched a new development initiative in collaboration with...

Squash and study brings winning results

Squash and academia partnerships in the UK By ROSANNA RADLINSKA - Squash Mad Columnist   As a parent of a sixth form student/squash player, I feel it is...

Nick Taylor: Choose the right ball to help players learn and enjoy the game

Double yellows kill the game so try different colours! By NICK TAYLOR    In my opinion 90% of squash players are using the wrong ball....

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