Squashgame.info One Sided? + VIS vs. NSWIS
Published: 28 May 2007 - 04:24 by adam_pberes
Updated: 09 Sep 2007 - 11:02
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While Squashgame.info is a great site which I have used alot, I have just realised one downside.
In Australia There are two types of squash that are generally taught. The NSW Institute of Sport Teaches The Way which is on this website, Or The 'Horizontal'(?) Way. The Victorian Institute Of Sport Teaches The Veryical Way.
The Difference Between These Two Types Is, Well, As it says. The NSW way is to hit the ball at the height of its bounce, and have a faiur distance between you and the ball. It is also the same stroke for all shots, just different timing.
The VIS teaches the vertical way, where you have the ball closer to you, and you hit the ball at the bottom of it's bounce, just before it hits the floor, Supposably, the VIS swing allows players to have a 'straighter' swing and followthrough, which allows them to hit the balls tightly down the walls easier...
Any thoughts on/if squashgame.info should have diffeerent ways or just general discussion about these types of styles?How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...
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