The Learning Journey, with Hadrian Stiff
A common mistake often made by amateur players can see them trying to make technical changes during competitive matches.
It’s important to give yourself the opportunity to work on skill development away from a competitive scenario, so you can make the changes needed without any distractions or pressure, bought about by thinking about the result.
To perform optimally, it’s also important than when you do play, your mind is free and you’re able to relax.
In this week’s new SquashSkills series, Hadrian Stiff talks about the different stages of ‘the learning journey’ and highlights what he encourages his players to be doing during the process.