The USSRA has a lot of information on improving as a squash player. Learn how to maintain an edge in squash with training lessons from a squash instructor in this free video.
Alright as a developing player or if you're a complete beginner or an advanced player, you always have to maintain your edge, because if you're not growing you're kind of falling backwards. So, there's an organization called the USSRA, which is United States Squash Rackets Association. They're the umbrella organization for squash in America. They run tournaments throughout the country, leagues, they publish a monthly magazine, they put on the national tournaments, they do a lot of great stuff, coaching clinics throughout the country, so I would advise going to their website and/or or giving them a call, and getting involved. Because the information that you pick up from reading, it's great to do the how to's, and to see everything in action, but, if you read about it, you pick up tips from players from around the world through the websites, you'll find that very, very valuable. Also, don't forget about your local pro's, you don't have to take a lesson everyday, but it's good to have someone that's pretty knowledgeable to help you out, get you over a hump, to show you something that you might be lacking, or just to get the continuous work and help support the game, because squash is really a great game, it's really changed my life for the better, and I think that the more that you give back to the game, the better you'll grow in the game.