January 27th to January 29th.
$60 US Squash Members. $75 Non-Registered.
Starts at 5:00PM on January 28th.
Refreshments served! To register online, please visit https://www.sportyhq.com/tournament or in person with Squash Professional, Annelize Naude at email@example.com.
2017 Seattle Open, Squash, tournament
Singles tournament – Friday October 21st | 6:00pm
Doubles tournament – Friday October 28th | 6:00pm
- Are you looking for a fun yet competitive badminton tournament?
- Sign up for our round robin tournament.
- There is a maximum of 8 participants/teams so sign up now and reserve your spot.
For more information please contact Fitness Director, Jacob Luckey, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $15 per participant
October News & Events
Badminton, Doubles, Singles, tournament
The Seattle Athletic Club would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all our wonderful sponsors, participants, host families and patrons of the Stratos Seattle Open 2015 PSA and WSA tournaments. Without your participation and support, the event simply would have not been the success it was.
2015 Stratos Seattle Open, Recap, tournament
At least don’t warm up in the typical fashion: No 5 minutes on the elliptical, no just jumping onto the court. If you are playing the Seattle Open Squash Tournament this weekend, prepare yourself for success with Purposeful Movement Preparation. A Purposeful Movement Preparation routine facilitates movement patterns common to squash, namely lunges, shoulder rotation and rotational stability. The emphasis is on perfect movements and drills that offer ample feedback. Let’s compare three warm-up options to better understand the benefit of Purposeful Movement Preparation.
Option 1: 5 minutes of light cardio exercise on a bike, elliptical, treadmill etc. combined with static stretching of any muscles that feel “tight.”
Option 2: 5-10 minutes on the court hitting
Option 3: 5-10 minutes of Purposeful Movement Preparation
No single strategy is perfect, but the advantages of Purposeful Movement Preparation are apparent. 5-10 minutes focusing on performing perfect repetitions of the movements most necessary for squash will overcome stiffness and soreness while allowing you to play to your potential. After this, a few minutes hitting on the court will provide adequate cardiovascular and skill preparation.
Performing your Purposeful Movement Preparation will require that you execute drills that foster perfect movement through patterns like lunges, shoulder rotation and rotational stability. First, focus on attaining mobility through a full range of motion and then work on stability in the legs, hips and shoulders in progressively more challenging postures. To make your Purposeful Movement Preparation most effective, tailor it to primarily address the movements that you find most challenging.
If you would like to create a personalized Purposeful Movement Preparation routine to facilitate your performance, please contact Personal Fitness Trainer Hunter Spencer at email@example.com. Hunter will also be available during the Seattle Open Tournament on Saturday Jan. 18. He will be leading complimentary group Purposeful Movement Preparation routines and providing complimentary Functional Movement Screens to identify your area of greatest need. More in depth corrective exercise sessions are also available to ensure that you maximize your potential at this tournament.
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