Squash restricted games: Front vs. Back
When training amateur players, incorporating restricted games into the class can be an effective way to maintain an enjoyable atmosphere while still addressing various aspects of the game. Here are three benefits of playing the “Front vs. Back” game:
Shot selection: Players must make decisions about hitting straight or cross, as well as high or low shots.
Target accuracy: The game emphasizes hitting specific targets, particularly wide crosses.
Movement: Players will practice moving from the T position to the front corners of the court.
Overall, the Front vs. Back game is a valuable training tool that can help players develop their skills in a fun and engaging way.
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