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Squash at Boca Raton


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With squash courts, lessons, coaching, leagues and tournaments, it’s fair to say we’re serious about squash (the sport, not the vegetable).

Good For
Total body HIIT workout in a short amount of time. 
If You Love
A little friendly competition. 
Get Ready To
Feel exhilarated. 
What to Bring
Racket and goggles if you have, otherwise we’ll supply.

WAYS TO PLAY

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Learn the basics and build your confidence on the courts with Discover Squash classes.

Available to all members
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Build on your foundation with group classes, or go one-on-one with private lessons.

Available to all members
Fees Apply
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Find the finest, world-renowned squash pros at Life Time. For those serious about squash, we offer video coaching.

Available to all members
fees apply
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We've got over 300 nationally-ranked players, several in top 10 for their age. Many belong to the U.S National Team. Over 120 of our "kids" have been accepted to top colleges because of squash achievements.

Available to all members
fees apply
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Play with people of a similar ability, improve your competitive edge and practice, practice, practice. Social and challenge nights are held every 90 days.

Available to all members
fees apply
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Life Time hosts US Squash sanctioned tournaments for players of all levels. Earn national ranking points or play for the fun of it. We also host one day of 2-hour “mini tournaments” for beginner to advanced players.

Available to all members
fees apply
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Drop in and play! Practice isn't just repetition, it's a step towards your best game. Master your technique, connect with other players and get a great work out in.

Available to all members
fees apply
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Of course we’re excited to offer kid’s lessons, classes, camps, and tournaments, but we’re just as pleased that this lifelong sport teaches confidence, self-esteem and stress management.

Junior Membership Required
fees apply

FAST & FURIOUS

GET IN ON THE BEST SPORT

The world's healthiest sport, according to Forbes. Squash takes first place in terms of cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, endurance, flexibility and calories burned.

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there’s always a little friendly competition

Consider yourself part of a community who loves the thrill of victory, and say “I’ll get you next time” with every defeat.

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Constant Motion

You’re constantly moving – pivoting, accelerating, lunging, twisting and turning – which explains why squash players are known for their powerful quads, lean physique and core strength. The brain gets a workout too.

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Good to know

WHERE DID IT ALL BEGIN?

The game made its debut in 19th-century London's Fleet Prison as a form of exercise, eventually finding its way to Harrow School For Boys. They gave it the name "squash" due to the sound it produced. Initially, it was confined to upper-class circles, but now, this fast-paced game is embraced and enjoyed by everyone.

NEED FOR SPEED

Squash is known for its fast-paced gameplay. The ball can reach speeds of over 170 miles per hour (275 km/h), making it one of the fastest racquet sports. What does that mean? You’ve got to be quick too.

DIFFERENT BALL, DIFFERENT GAME

Squash balls are available in various colors, each indicating their speed and bounce characteristics. The three main colors are double yellow, yellow, and red, with double yellow being the slowest. Pros use the slowest balls because they require a lot more skill and precision to play well.

WHY SO SMALL?

A squash court's relatively small dimensions create a compact playing area where players must constantly engage with the walls, as the ball bounces off them during the game. This means that players have to be agile, quick on their feet and make rapid decisions, which adds an element of excitement to every rally.

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Our members say

“I was diagnosed with ADD when I was 13. I got bored real easy. My parents asked if I might want to try squash. I have not been bored a day since. It moves so fast, and nothing is repetitive. There are a hundred different angles, a hundred different shots. I play every day and got recruited for college.”

Dylan H.

Boca Raton, FL

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