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The Serious Squash Podcast

The Serious Squash Podcast

By Serious Squash
This podcast is focused on interviewing the top squash coaches in the world to share their expertise. For the most part it will not be autobiographical, but will focus on sharing of squash specific information. This pool of knowledge will help other coaches, athletes and the parents of junior players.
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Episode 9: Bob Bowers
Finally my computer is fixed and I was able to get legendary squash trainer and fitness guru, Bob Bowers on the podcast. Bob was responsible for training Jonathon Power alongside Mike Way amongst other Canadian greats. He is certified in almost everything that involves movement or training and shares an incredible amount of wisdom in this episode. I highly recommend keeping something close to take notes on as there will likely be an exercise or a muscle group that you will need to look up. If you'd like to get in touch to work with Bob you can learn more at his website: https://infinite-healing.com/about-us/bob-bowers/
01:31:25
December 2, 2020
Episode 8: Chris Hanebury part B
My computer is still broken so I’m unable to record a new episode with a guest until I get it back. So for this episode I decided to talk about my junior and university career. Instead of focusing on my achievements I discuss what would have made me a better player. Even though I had a decent amount of success there are a lot of ways I could have gotten more out of my ability. At the end of the episode I also discuss what I’ve learned about coaching since starting and how I’ve improved.
37:45
October 22, 2020
Episode 7: Chris Hanebury
It wasn’t my intention to do my own episode, but a broken computer has left me no other option. In episode 7 I answer some questions I’ve been asked on social media and also a few of the common questions I’ve asked other guests. The laptop is in the shop so hopefully I’ll be able to get back to interviewing other coaches shortly.
30:30
October 8, 2020
Episode 6: Stuart Dixon Tribute
Here is a unique, collaborative episode about squash legend, Stuart Dixon who sadly passed away last year. Nicole Bunyan, Brooke Herring, Lindsay Seginson and Giselle Delgado join me to discuss their memories of Stuart and what made him such an incredible coach and person. We try our best to paint a picture of just how special and impactful Stuart was to each of us both on and off the court. 
01:18:36
September 24, 2020
Episode 5: Mike Way
In episode 5 I have on another legendary coach. Mike Way made is name in coaching in Canada working with some of the best players in the world including, Jonathon Power and Graham Ryding. Ten years ago he went to Boston and took over coaching the Harvard teams and has racked up a lot of CSA titles during his tenure. We talk a lot about JP and Ali and the college squash game. I even ask the question, 'who would win in their prime on their best day, JP or Ali?' This was a really amazing chat and I learned a lot from Mike. I'm sure you'll enjoy it too. If you enjoy the podcast make sure you subscribe and rate it. If you want to stay updated on all Serious Squash things there is a new email list. You can register here: https://mailchi.mp/097b3db11eb7/subscribe-to-the-serious-squash-email-distribution-list
01:06:46
September 10, 2020
Episode 4: Neil Harvey
In episode 4 I have on former world #12 and 1 of the top squash coaches in the world, Neil Harvey. Neil has coached many of the top players in the game including Peter Nicol. We talk about how the professional game has evolved, if lefties have an advantage, his favourite drills and more. Once again there was a lot of insight and knowledge shared. Enjoy!  If you enjoy the podcast make sure you subscribe and rate it. If you want to stay updated on all Serious Squash things there is a new email list. You can register here: https://mailchi.mp/097b3db11eb7/subscribe-to-the-serious-squash-email-distribution-list
42:01
August 27, 2020
Episode 3: Greg Hutner
In this episode I have on longtime friend, 3x Canadian Junior Champ, former college teammate of mine at Western and now a top junior coach, Greg Hutner. We discuss all things junior and college squash, both from his playing days and now as a coach at one do the top junior programs in the country at Mayfair Lakeshore in Toronto. If you enjoy the podcast make sure you subscribe and rate it. If you want to stay updated on all Serious Squash things there is a new email list. You can register here: https://mailchi.mp/097b3db11eb7/subscribe-to-the-serious-squash-email-distribution-list
01:28:57
August 13, 2020
Episode 2: Graeme Williams
In episode 2 I interview Graeme Williams. An England native, who moved to Canada and worked in Windsor for 7 years where he created a top junior program. During his time in Canada he also was the Women’s National Coach. One year ago he made the move to the States where he is currently coaching at the Cricket Club in Philadelphia. In this episode we talk about junior squash, college squash, pro squash, the art of coaching and a lot more. Graeme is extremely insightful and you can tel how passionate he is about squash and maintains a very humble approach even with his terrific experience and accolades. I learned a lot during our discussion and I’m sure you will do.
01:13:02
July 30, 2020
Episode 1 Rob Brooks on Junior Squash
In episode 1 of the Serious Squash Podcast I interview coaching legend, Rob Brooks. Rob has been coaching in Toronto since 1984 and has worked with more juniors in Canada than anyone since that time. He’s in the Squash Ontario Hall Of Fame (2017) and is one of the most respected people on squash. In this episode we focus on all things junior squash.
53:39
July 15, 2020