Squash is a racquet sport played in a four-walled enclosed court where two players or teams take turns hitting a small rubber ball against the walls.
- Warm-up for Squash [Sep '18]
- Fitness Components for Squash [Sep '18]
- Fitness testing for squash [Sep '18]
- Fitness for squash [Sep '18]
- What does it take to be a successful squash player? [Aug '12]
- Squash books for sale [Aug '12]
Did you Know?
The sport name squash is a reference to the "squashable" soft ball used in the game.
Science and Fitness for Squash
- The science of squash, including information about squash fitness and fitness testing.
- A squash warm-up
- What are the important Fitness Components for squash?
- Squash books for sale.
Squash Facts and Figures
- Squash at the Olympics - The sport will make its debut in 2028. A sport that is considered a precursor to squash, rackets, was on the program for the 1908 London Games.
- Squash at the Commonwealth Games — it has been on the program since 1998.
- Squash at the Asian Games — was first a part of the Asian Games in 1998, and has been on the program ever since (Malaysia has been the most successful country)
- In an analysis by Forbes, the sport of squash was found to be the healthiest sport
- Squash Balls are the smallest of all, but not the lightest.
- Pakistan has produced many world champion squash players.
- POLL: What does it take to be a successful squash player?
- Summary of The Sport of Squash
- Squash Polls