Scottish Squash Podcast
The Scottish Squash Podcast takes you behind the scenes of some of the countries top performance coaches and players to give you an insight into their journey and training. In addition, we aim to keep you up to date with what is happening from our development, coaching and competition departments.
You can subscribe to the Scottish Squash Podcast on the platforms listed below or catch-up on previous episodes:
Scottish Squash Podcast Shows
V31: 27/11/2020 - The Pros Return To Court
V30: 25/11/2020 - Kevin Ferguson & Maggie Still
Following a break during the Covid-19 pandemic the Scottish Squash podcast returned aiming to provide an informative discussion on the pandemic & it’s impact/challenges for squash. Paul Bell is joined by Kevin Ferguson (sportscotland Partnership Manager) and Maggie Still (Scottish Squash Chief Executive) in this episode to update listeners.
V29: 05/04/2020 - #StayAtHome No.6, Developing your mindset
In our 6th #StayAtHome podcast during the COVID-19 pandemic we focus on areas which players can continue to develop during a period away from the courts. In this episode Paul speaks to our Sports Psychology Consultant, Jeffrey Webster who shares some ideas on how you can try to improve mentally.
V26: 23/04/2020 - #StayAtHome No. 3, Reviewing tools
Paul Bell, Kevin Moran & Kylie Lindsay keep the #StayAtHome podcasts going as we aim to continue to connect with clubs, coaches and players during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode they chat about how essential reviewing process is and the different ways in which we can use reviews to better ourselves.
V25: 16/04/2020 - #StayAtHome no.2, Ghosting session ideas
In the 2nd #StayAtHome podcast during the COVID-19 pandemic Paul Bell, Kylie Lindsay & Kevin Moran speak about ghosting and how to get the most out of this type of training to develop your game. It is even a form of training that you use from your garden during lockdown!
V22: 14/02/2020 - Thursday Night Workshops.
Director of Squash, Paul Bell is joined by the Thursday night performance training group. Alex Ralston of Edinburgh University, Albeer Mehmood, Martin Ross, Daniel O’Sullivan and Alasdair Prott of Heriot Watt University. In this podcast they group explore the recent Thursday night workshops and have an open and honest discussionabout the mental side of the game.
V21: 30/01/2020 - Being a squash parent!
In this episode of the Scottish Squash Podcast Paul Bell welcomes two special guests, Miranda & Mark Adderley who are the parents of British Junior Champion Georgia Adderley. Miranda and Mark speak to Paul about their experience of being a parent of a child who that has progressed through the sport and share some of their knowledge of what worked well when trying to support Georgia. Some parents of other players also had the chance to write in and ask Miranda and Mark questions.
V20: 20/01/2020 - Lessons Learned from the JC Lindsay SJO / British Junior Open & Men’s World Team Championships
V19.5: 13/01/2020 - 2019 Recap & An exciting 2020 ahead!
In the first episode of the 2019 Scottish Squash podcast Paul Bell, Director of Squash is joined with Senior Performance Coaches Kevin Moran & Kylie Lindsay as they look back on a successful 2019 and also look ahead with what is to come in 2020. A great way to prepare you for an exciting year of squash…
V19:14/12/2019 - Men’s World Team Championships 2019
This episode comes live from Washington DC, America. The Scotland men’s national team consisting of Greg Lobban, Alan Clyne, Rory Stewart & Stuart George are joined by Director of Squash, Paul Bell and Team Manager, Kevin Moran in a full filled podcast where we get to learn (maybe a bit too much) about our amazing Scottish players!
V15: 08/10/2019 - European Club Championships Interviews
Paul Bell & Kevin Moran are at the 2019 European Club Championships which are being hosted by Scotland and taking place at Edinburgh Sports Club. In this episode Paul & Kevin spend some time speaking with some professional players which are competing at the event. Interviews include players such as Paul Coll, Greg Lobban and Raphael Kandra.
V12: 01/07/2019 - 2018/19 Season Review!
V11: 29/04/2019 - European Team Championships Preview
Paul Bell & Kylie Lindsay talk to some of the Scottish Squash squad members ahead of them heading down to Birmingham for the 2019 European Team Championships. Players that feature on this episode include: Chris Leiper, Rory Stewart, Stuart George, Angus Gillams, Alison Thomson, Georgia Adderley & Katriona Allen.
V10: 24/04/2019 - Springfield Scottish Squash Open Review
Paul Bell is joined by Scottish Squash Head of Coaching & Competitions, Allan McKay, in a podcast reviewing the Springfield Scottish Squash Open. Think you could sponsor or run a pro squash competition in Scotland? The first step is very simple…just get in touch!
V9: 10/04/2019 - Sport Science with Neil Gibson
Paul Bell (Director of Squash) is joined by the very decorated sport scientist, Neil Gibson. In this episode Neil and Paul explore in detail Neil’s recent article ‘Physical preparation for elite level squash players’.
The article and journal spoken about in the podcast can be found here.
V8: 10/04/2019 - Alan Clyne & Sterling Trucks Scottish National Championships
V7: 06/03/2019 - Scottish Junior National Championships Recap & Interviews
V5: 11/01/2019 - New Year, New You?
Scottish Squash National Coach, Paul Bell is joined by Senior Performance Coaches, Kevin Moran & Kylie Lindsay as well as senior performance players Fergus Richards, Chris Leiper & James Taylor in a podcast that looks into what 2019 could mean to these performance players.
V4: 20/12/2018 - Psychological strategies for the big event...
V2: 20/11/2018 - Developing Junior Squash Players
Scottish Squash National Coach, Paul Bell is joined once again by Senior Performance Coaches Kevin Moran & Kylie Lindsay as well as special guests Simon Boughton, Head Coach at Edinburgh Sports Club (and Scottish Squash Lead Talent Squad Coach) and Georgia Adderley, the current under 19 British Champion.
V1: 07/11/2018 - Introduction to Programme Philosophy