Some of our members struggle on the court with lower back pain. Canadian spine researcher Dr. Stuart McGill from the University of Waterloo is well known for his big 3 exercises for spine stabilization: the Bird Dog, the Curl Up and the Side Bridge. Here’s a squash take on these exercises and some variations.
The Edmonton Squash Club is proud to announce that Trusted Freshness, a vertical farming company based in Leduc with new Sponsor for 2019 squash season Our connection to Trusted freshness is through long-time Edmonton squash player and ESC member since we opened our doors, Doug Kirillo. Doug holds a B.Sc. majoring in Computing Science from […]
The tournament of the year happened the weekend of February 1-3 at the ESC, when over 100 women from all over the province, took over the club for the 2019 edition of the Women’s Weekend Squash Event. The tournament is the most highly anticipated and highly attended tournament of the year for women squash players. […]
Check out these cone drills to get your footwork and endurance on point.
The annual ESL teams tournament went off without a hitch a couple weekends ago. Spirits were high and teams were in full party mode as-per usual. Thank you to Julia Smith for running this event as always. If you missed out this year, then be sure to keep an eye out for registration next year!
Nick Taylor, former world #14 and current 45+ world champion, shows a ghosting exercise with a hop off the back foot for more efficient movement around the court.
Congratulations to Team Alberta who won silver at last weekend’s Canadian Master’s Team Squash Championships. The team included ESC members Julie Multamaki and John de Vries, as well as RG head pro Pete Goodings. Julie won her match in the women’s #2 spot 3-2 in a 5 game thriller, and John won his match 3-0 […]
We are incredibly pleased to announce that our Edmonton Squash Club will be hosting the 2019 Canadian Nation Women’s Team Championships this February 15-17. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase our club at the national level, and we encourage all our members to be ambassadors to our guests of our province, city and club. […]
Learn to warm up like a squash pro. Follow Nick Matthew as he runs you through his squash warm up.
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