New Equipment in the Weight Room, Sportball and Shahier Razik Camp.

Club News

New Equipment in the Exercise Room

Dumbbell Bench Press
Ibrahim working on his Dumbbell Bench Press

We’re happy to announce that we got our first shipment of weight and fitness equipment. We now have a brand new Precor EFX 576i elliptical machine, a Torque Fitness F2 functional trainer, a weight bench, a rack of dumbbells from ranging 5lbs to 50lbs, and an Olympic Bar with plates from 2.5 lbs to 45 lbs. Here’s Anne and Ibrahim at work testing the equipment out.

Sportball camps at the ESC

The Edmonton Squash Club is very excited to be offering 1/2 day multi-sport camps for tw0 weeks during the summer for children 6-8 years old. These camps will be focused on multi-sports but will also include a squash component every day.

July 25-29
Morning Half Day: 8:30am-12pm
Afternoon Half Day: 1pm-4:30pm

August 8-12
Morning Half Day: 8:30am-12pm
Afternoon Half Day: 1pm-4:30pm

To register your child please visit this link.

Shahier Razik Camp

There are only a few spots remaining for the Shahier Razik Camp taking place at the Edmonton Squash Club from July 11th – 16th. Shahier will be focusing on the latest training methods of the modern game for players of all levels and all ages. Sessions will be available for:
Junior Camp – July 11-16 (Monday: 6-9PM, Tuesday – Friday, 10 AM – 1 PM)
Women’s Camp – July 13 (5pm-8pm) & July 15 (4:30 PM – 7:30 PM)
Men’s Camp – July 14-16 (Thursday and Friday: 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM, Saturday: 10 AM – 1 PM)

To register, or for more information contact us at or 780-306-2395

Squash News

Quick Links

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Chris Hanebury talks about the proposed mandated annual training plans from Squash Canada

An extensive interview with Nick Matthew – just like Laura Massaro, Nick worked with David Pearson and completely changed his swing at age 18.

Gary Nisbett looks at the literature about how much you should worry about your cool down after playing squash

There will be squash in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza again this September

Most of us play with the double yellow dot ball, but if you aren’t consistently getting it to the back wall maybe you shouldn’t be. Here SquashSkills talks about the different types of balls available

Interview with long time German Squash #1 Simon Roesner

Long time PSA pro Laurens Jan Anjema posts a video announcing his retirement

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