FASSP Squash (Finesse, Accuracy, Strength, Speed, Perception) is a squash program based out of Sportsplex-Stamford, Saw Mill Club East and Squash 1. FASSP Squash curriculum improves your game by working on technique, strategy, footwork, racquet skills, match play and overall fitness.
Kumail Mehmood, FASSP founder, used his years of experience competing in top-level squash tournaments and vast knowledge of the game to develop one of the top leading programs in the country.
You’ll love playing squash here at Sportsplex, regardless if you’re a seasoned squash player or interested in picking up the sport. An Amazing Workout Squash burns more calories per hour (900+) more than almost any other activity (See below). If you want to lose weight, and get fit, squash is the game for you.
World’s Healthiest Sport
Forbes magazine rated squash as the overall most healthiest sport, beating out rowing, swimming, basketball, cross-country skiing, cycling and other sports.The determination was based on comparison of 6 factors (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, calories burned in 30 minutes (squash burns 517) and injury risk.
Improve Your Reflexes, Agility & Balance
Squash is a game that develops and improves the efficiency of human movement. It builds athletic grace and produces the type of functional fitness you need day-to-day out in the real world.
Contact Squash Director Kumail Mehmood for more information:
Phone: (203) 536-4308
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Harrison Gill – Darien Times March 9th, 2017
Arlen Specter Pennsylvania Junior Championships (JCT)
October 8-10, 2016 (Philadelphia, PA)
Harrison Gill 4th place BU 19
Tad Carney 3rd place BU 13
Johan Hodgson 3rd place BU 11
Eva Salzman 2nd place GU 11
West Coast Junior Championships (JCT)
November 11-13, 2016 (Seattle WA)
Harrison Gill 2nd place BU 19
Tad Carney 2nd place BU 13
Eva Salzman 3rd place GU 11
Johan Hodgson 5th place BU 11
Claire Pellegrino 6th place GU 11
Emma Carney 7th place GU 17