Using Science to Keep Athletes Healthier

As technology becomes more advanced, it should not come as a surprise that science contributes its fair share in health-related fields and sports. Understandably, athletes are subjects of study because of their long exposures to physical activity. Their alternative lifestyles and diet allow them to be more resistant to injuries. Athletes (and their coaches) refuse to give out their health regimens for the obvious reason that it is a trade secret when in competition. However […]

Do Baseball Players Make Good Squash Players

Do Baseball players make good squash players

Squash is a ball sport played by either two or four players. It’s a game played by alternately striking the rubber ball to the playable area of the four walls. Unlike many sports, squash involves players being in close proximity. A professional squash player develops specific skills to be excellent at playing the sport. Do baseball players make good squash players? Squash and baseball are two very different sports although both involves striking a ball […]

Can Weight Training Help You Become A Better Squash Player

As an athlete who plays squash, have you been wondering whether lifting and weight training can help you become a better squash player? Athletes need to maintain a certain weight and perform adequate fitness to become efficient in their sport. While some sports may require having more bulk muscles, others just have to maintain a normal figure so to not compromise on speed and agility. This is why many players in sports where speed and […]

Will Squash Ever Catch On Outside Europe

Squash is a popular sport in Europe. Not considering the sport’s popularity on the continent, can squash catch on outside Europe? The Popularity Of Squash Squash is a popular game that originated in Europe in the early 19th century. Formerly called squash rackets, it was developed after other racket and ball sports like royal tennis (just tennis today) and the sport started in 1830 at the Harrow School when the pupils found they could play […]