To get to the rear right corner in squash, begin with the right foot. Learn about movement towards the rear right corner and covering the court in squash with this free video on squash drills.
So to get to the back corner and to reiterate everything we just talked about I want you to think about right foot, left foot, right foot and that puts you in a good position or if you go with the three step you are going to go left, right, left. Now on the forehand side you can go left, big and right and you can cover a huge amount of court and you usually do that when you are under some type of pressure and you are not going to be in the strongest position so you can see if you are here, you're in kind of a relatively weak position and you can turn it around and it will be a good shot but getting to the corner in a more upright position is better. Also you can side step and what I want you to do is just focus on this at home and have an area of your house, you don't even have to use a court just do the four step, three step, and the two step and you'll notice that you can start covering this area very efficiently and that is the key to a good game so work your steps, break the game down into these little bite size chunks and you will see your movement skills really improve.
- Squash Movement Drills: Ghosting
- Squash Movement Drills: Ball & Movement Connections
- Squash Movement Drills: Watching Ball on Recovery
- Squash Movement Drills: Star Drill
- Squash Movement Drills: Rear Left Corner
- Squash Movement Drills: Rear Right Corner
- Squash Movement Drills: Rear Right Corner Tips
- Squash Movement Drills: Forehand Open Stance
- Squash Movement Drills: Side-to-Side Forehand