Strength 1- muscular endurance
One of my strengths in squash is muscular endurance. Muscular endurance is the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to sustain repeated contractions over an extended period of time. This is very important in squash during long rallies, because if you did not have good muscular endurance you would tire faster giving your opponent an advantage. So, by having good muscular endurance you can maintain longer rallies at a greater pace and intensity, therefore being able to outplay an opponent.
One example of me using this to my strength is when in a school match against RHS on the 10th september 2017 I was using my endurance to tire my opponent. I did this by returning all of his shots into space and making him run, and therefore he was getting worn out. I could then use the extra energy I had to construct a phase of play and beat him. We started the gameand right from the show more content
Sit on floor with bottoms of feet together and pull as close as possible towards your body, then gently push knees down.
Exercise6- lunges. Keep your back up straight and lunge forward
Exercise 7- dynamic hamstring stretch. Step forward with toes upwards off of the floor then reach for the ground in a slow swinging motion
Exercise 8- squats
Exercise 9- arm swings
Exercise 10- jump squats. This would improve my flexibility while moving which in turn improves my performance.
I will cool down by doing a slow 3 minute jog and do some more static stretches.
This training would improve my flexibility drastically due to the fact that it is making my muscles more flexible. Over timethis will lead to drastic changes in my overall flexibility, therefore improving my overall performance in squash. This is because i will be able to return more shots as i can stretch for them better. Moreover with these exercises my flexibility on the move will be a lot better and my squash performance will be a whole lot better.
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