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Squash Match Warm Up

SQUASH MATCH Infographics brought to you by: A bosssquash WARM UP An athlete or coach will always tell you to warm up before o match. Whether its just a simple sparring match or a tournament, its always important to get your body and mind to function the way its supposed to during the motch. A squash warm up should not last longer than an hour with the intention of increasing blood circulation, raising body temperature and increase the heart rate while preparing the muscles to perform sudden movementr and explosive tasks. PHYSICAL MATCH PREPARATION Specific muscle stretches Stetching the muscles preventr injuries from explosive movements. Hold the General body warm up Squash specific warm up Light to moderate activities such as running, jumping or squat.This octity gets the muscles lubricated and warm. loading pressure to the Muscles involving movement for squash with a slightly higher intensity than previous eHercises without overloading. stretch for at least 10-20 seconds until you feel the muscles activate. Shoulder Shrug Side Strides Ankle Stretch High Knees Forward High Knee Strides Backward Kicks Lunge & Twist Upper body Twist Leg Swings Vertical Jumps One Arm Swings Ankle Stretch Jumping Jacks Two Arm Swings High Knee Jumps Front Hip Stretch Feet Shuffle Low Squats Forword Lunges Side Hip Stretch SKILLS WARM UP Ghosted Court Movements Ghosted court movements improves Racquet Swings Rocquet swings prepares your wrist, your spatial awareness of the court. With the racquet on hand practice your swing moving back and forth with increasing intensity across the Mental Rehearsal arms and torso for the match. This can Mentally perform the exercises as playing against someone on the actual game. The exercises can be performed more eficiently by predicting court movements against your opponent. be done with or without the ball with increasing intensity. entire court. Forearm Irolation Serve line to serve line Tense Full Swing (controlled) Center serve box to center Full Swing Side wall to side wall lunge Close to Wall Volley (shoulder height) Diagonal cross court swings Clore to Wall Volley (overhead) Infographics brought to you by: SOURCE: Join us on: h bosssquas

Squash Match Warm Up

shared by bosssquash on May 10
An squash athlete or coach will always tell you to warm up before a match. Check out few warm up exercises.


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