Squash - Think smart development programs
Class duration: 1 Hour
Max 2 students / class
Play to think smart - White belt certificate
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Why join think smart squash program?
Squash involves absolutely quick thinking. The previous second the ball would be in the opponents play. Before you bat your eyelids, it might be your chance to shoot. Since the ball is supposed to bounce only once on the floor, you need to be quick to react and play. If you are a beginner at squash, your practice is 95% physical and 5% mental. Once physical conditioning is improved, practice becomes 95% mental and 5% physical. Instead of focusing on catching your breath and not missing the ball, you can now focus on game strategy. Concentrating on the ball, your opponent and your surroundings will boost your mental alertness and spatial awareness. This sharpens your mind and develops your thinking skills.
Squash literally keeps you on your feet. The sport demands a lot of moving around the court and no time to relax. With this, you burn a good amount of calories and this regulates your metabolism. For those looking to lose the extra weight, you should take up squash.
Leaping, spinning, stopping, bending, jumping, sprinting and running are just some of the moves the body has to make in a game of squash. As such, the sport requires and fosters its players to be nimble. Doing these movements conditions squash athletes to be agile in being able to quickly stop, start, and change direction. Squash teaches quickness and equilibrium around the court, especially the power of the first explosive step and challenges speed by forcing you to move quickly while maintaining a strong and balanced position, which is required to hit a ball hard and accurately.
From the very start of the game, your eyes are sharply fixated on the ball at all times. Focusing where it hits and knowing where and how it will bounce back ensures mental and visual concentration, while your other peripheral vision concentrates on your opponent’s movements in hopes of catching them off guard.
Squash truly improves confidence. Making good shots and while reading your oponents next move can increase your self-esteem and help gain more confidence. A confident person has more faith in his or her skills and can face life with a better disposition.