Our method

Squash for life

The connection between body and mind in order to bring the best performances in practice and competition lies at the heart of how we teach. All players feel at their best when this balance is achieved but it takes practice and guidance to find consistently, our coaching team are experts in helping players find this. We teach that feeling and trusting in the process of learning and competing is at the heart of reaching your best.

Players must be honest and open about their strengths and weaknesses and have the courage to accept and learn in the face of possible failure.  Squash can be an enormously powerful environment in which to develop individuals. It challenges each player to face difficulties and fears and to learn, grow and progress in the face of such challenges. In this context it is about more than just sport, it is an opportunity to develop skills for life. Our method aims to give players these skills to thrive and reach their full potential on and off the court.

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An improver’s guide to squash : 5 top tips

by Kylie Lindsay

In this essential ‘improver’s guide’ to squash, players who are looking to improve their game will learn a mixture of technical and tactical tips that will help them make giant leaps forward. These top tips have been put together by ex-world professional women’s squash player, turned coach, Kylie Lindsay (nz), who’s visiting here in Bristol…

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The mental health benefits that come with playing squash

by hadrian

Everyone’s go-to sport for relaxation will be different – some will find this with weights, others with running and still others simply walking round a park. The trick is to find what helps you and do that the best that you can. Here at Elite Squash we believe that if you choose to turn to…

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Spotlight Interview with Kylie Lindsay

by hadrian

  Recently, Elite Squash had the pleasure of an approach from ex-world professional women’s squash player, turned coach, Kylie Lindsay (NZ), to come and visit us here in Bristol and spend some time with Hadrian Stiff and the Elite squash team in order to learn and develop further her squash coaching skills. We were delighted…

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Elite Squash reports back from the World Squash Championships in Manchester.

by hadrian

  Hadrian Stiff, Director and founder of Elite Squash, and coach to both newly crowned World champion, Mohamed ElShorbagy, and runner-up, his brother, Marwan, reports back from the recent World Championships in Manchester, where he witnessed history in the making as these two brothers competed against one another for the most prestigious title in squash……

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