Set standards for yourself when training for squash. Learn how to measure progress in squash with training lessons from a squash instructor in this free video.
Okay, a lot of us if you're a new player or you're an improving player and let's say, you're taking a lot of beatings, well how do you know if you're getting better or not? Because the people you may be playing, may be really good or they may match up really well against you. So, what I want you to think about is why don't you set some standards. So, the drills that we've done in these series, see if you're doing them better. So, set a stop watch. So, see how many times you can keep it in play. So, if the first time you play, you can only keep it in play three times on that drill, well set your goal as ten. So, if you can do more, then you know that you're improving. So, I want you to really think about if you improve each components of your game, you're going to start improving your game as a whole and that's the only way you can improve. So, if you really want to measure what you're doing. Set some goals. Whether it's ten in a row or twenty in a row or it's faster pace. So, that's the best way you can do this stuff, is measure your shots. So, if I want to hit five in a row, so I just hit five in a row. If I want to hit five in a row at a faster pace, then I can set a goal to do that in a shorter amount of time. So, remember to set goals. You set goals on your movement training. You set goals on your drills. You set goals on; you'll see your goals will be fulfilled that way when you set; when you use measurements. So, that's the best way to do it. See how many you can do in a row and you'll notice improvements once again.