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a few questions needing answers

Published: 12 Feb 2005 - 07:02 by theunknown1

Updated: 12 Feb 2005 - 17:23

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hi, im new to the site and was wondering if anyone could answer a few questions, which are:what are the safety conditions for a warm up and during a game of squash/exercise?Also what are the affects of seasonality on squash? what is progressive overload in squash?what are the effects af overload on squashsquash game squash extras How to add images to Members' Forum posts and replies here...

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From rippa rit - 12 Feb 2005 - 17:23

Welcome to squashgame. If you are a keen new player to the game we have a host of ideas to help. Firstly, I suggest you go to the Home Page, put the cursor on Library, and click on every tab and page menu within every subject, eg Squash Safety, Warmup/Stretching, Strokes & Movement etc.. Also click on the "more" tabs which give further details on that topic. If you are still keen to read more, click on Members Forum, and scroll down clicking on every "hand" that appears till you see something that you want to read. Forum Archives have a list of articles to chose from as well.
The only topic you mentioned, which we are a bit short on info, but will be completed soon is "physical conditioning" and progressive overload is one of the subjects to be addressed.
The above info will keep you busy for a while. However, if you do not get answers to your questions, and overload is really a pressing topic, let me know and squashgame will try to hurry things along!!.

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