A coaching system proven to make champions
The elitesquash method
We believe in challenging conventional teaching methods and are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to advance squash players. Our coaching systems are focused around helping all players to experience and develop fluency of movement and their own sense of creativity and skill no matter what age or standard. Our goal is for our pupils to be successful, independent and confident squash players who reach their ultimate goals.
Maximising the potential of the individual
"Working with Hadrian has made a lot of improvement to my game, I enjoy a lot our sessions and its great having them in my corner during matches. We focus on different areas of my game and a lot on my movement. I'm looking forward to keep my partnership with Elitesquash for more years to come.'
We deliver our progressive coaching methods to all standards and ages of pupils, delivered by passionate, highly skilled and conscientious coaches. Please take a look at our coaching options.
Our camps are about the whole experience of bringing players together to maximise their potential in a relaxed but focused environment. Each camp concentrates on the key aspects needed to develop confident, skilful squash players who can maximise their potential.
Elitesquash is delighted to partner with vibrant squash communities including the University of the West of England in Bristol, elitesquash Dubai and elitesquash Jersey, helping us share our vision and experience to as many new players as possible.
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The 2015/2016 season has been intense and demanding but overall extremely exiting. During the last 18 Months elitesquash has moved to a new club in the beautiful riverside location in the center of Bristol and with an incredible team of friends and employees turned a tired but prestigious squash venue into a modern and…
In the endless search for better ball striking, accuracy and control the debate around technique will always sit at the front of any discussion. In this article I will investigate ways in which I work towards these goals but primarily to help find that feeling where player and coach look at each other and…
I dont believe there is such a thing as a correct technique and choose not to teach the swing in isolation of movement or involving any set ideas on what it ‘should’ look like. Having played squash for over 35 years and taught for 25 years, it is very…