Introduction of Squash

What is Squash?

Squash is a type of indoor racket sport. Squash is a racquet sport played by two (singles) or four players (doubles) in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. The players must alternate in striking the ball with their racquet and hit the ball onto the playable surfaces of the four walls of the court. If the ball bouncing on the floor more than once without hitting back consider lose.


Why Squash?

  • Requiring peak physical fitness and chess like strategy to excel.
  • The “world’s healthiest sport” (As reported by Forbes Magazine)
  • Spectators feel part of the action/see and hear everything up close.
  • The only racket sport where players share same space.
  • Teaches young people about tactics and movement; played by young and old alike


Squash features:

  1. Squash require Large cardiopulmonary functional. An hour to play squash will rate up the heart to the limits of the 80-90%, with oxygen function will reach the limit of 60-75% with oxygen.
  2. Good stress reliever,
  3. Improves psychological well-being, concentration and mental strength,
  4. Promotes good coordination, agility and flexibility,
  5. Develops strength and power of muscles, notably leg and arm muscles,
  6. Improves hand-eye co-ordination with concentration required for serving,
  7. Effective calorie burner as energy is supplied to the muscles instead of forming fat.
  8. Boosts cardiovascular fitness (the heart and lungs organs), allowing more oxygen to be pumped around the body and help energize muscles.
  9. The calorie consumption (per hour): 708.