Maximising the potential of the individual

We believe in challenging conventional teaching methods and are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to advance squash players. Our coaching method is centered around a positive and relaxed relationship between the mind and the body, this allows learning to occur as a sensory process which each player will feel and own. Our goal is for our pupils to be successful, independent and confident squash players who reach their ultimate goals. #THEELITESQUASHMETHOD
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.

Mohamed El Shorbagy - World number 1 and Current world champion

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Coaching

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.

 

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Group coaching

Our group lessons range from beginner to advanced for junior and adult players. We design our group lessons around the abilities and needs of the players and ensure a fun and relaxed environment with a clear focus on progression each week

 

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Camps

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.

 

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upcoming camps & coaching

Junior Advanced Summer Camp 2019

29th July - 09th August 2019
Exeter
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One Day Adult Squash Graded Tournament – Torquay

28th April 2019
Torquay
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Club Championship – Torquay

25th May 2019
Torquay
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Adult Summer Camp – Torquay

20th June 2019
Torquay
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Friday Junior Advanced Group 5pm – 6.30pm

26th April 2019
Bristol
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Monday Junior Advanced Groups 5pm & 6pm

29th April 2019
Bristol
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Saturdays Junior Group Sessions, All levels – Bath

27th April 2019
Bath
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Sunday Mini Junior Group Sessions – All levels

28th April 2019
Bristol
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Wednesday Junior Development and Performance – Bath

24th April 2019
Bath
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Monday Under 10’s Improver Group Sessions – Bath

29th April 2019
Bath
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Saturday Junior Beginners – Torquay

16th March 2019
Torquay
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Saturday Junior Mini Squash – Torquay

16th March 2019
Torquay
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Saturday Junior Improvers – Torquay

14th March 2019
Torquay
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Junior Advanced Camp – Bath

21st August - 22nd August 2019
Bath
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Adult Beginners & Intermediate Groups – Bristol

23rd April 2019
Bristol
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Adult Intermediate Group – Bath

29th April 2019
Bath
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Monday team training

15th April 2019
Bristol
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upcoming events

Workout Habourside club championships 2018/2019

11th May 2019
Workout Harbourside
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Hadrian’s method is quite different from coaching I’ve had before in the style, a lot about improving the movement to make the game easier and how connecting the physical and mental sensations can help the whole body feel better and be more effective. It has helped me a lot in my career so far, not just on court but off court too! It helped a lot to get me into the top 3 and hopefully we won’t stop there!

Marwan Elshorbagy – World number 3

If you are tired of same old same old with your squash coaching or are looking for something different then Elite Squash is for you. I came across Hadrian Stiff, who founded Elite Squash, a few years ago and was immediately struck by how different his approach to coaching is. Hadrian and his team have a holistic approach to sport, and specifically squash, which is focussed around freedom of movement and creativity on court.

Seamus Singh, Bristol

Thank you very much for your personal comments, I can see and feel in myself, exactly what I am doing wrong now. It’s so good to have this constructive criticism. Hugely exciting. Thank you. I loved the course content and the relaxed manner that you delivered it. The strength and condition lecture was REALLY useful

Michael, Wiltshire

John was patient and balanced the different abilities well, giving us all strong direction on how to focus on improving our game. Lunch was lovely. Loads of fun and laughter. Really liked the way John dealt with the mental approach to the game too.

Katie Nicholls – Beginners 1 day Squash Camp January 2017

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From Los Angeles to Bristol – a players experience

by Josh Goldstein

I work as an immigration lawyer in the U.S., helping athletes, including professional squash players and coaches get green cards and work visas. But I decided to get away from my desk onto the court to work my own squash game for a change. When I first decided to come to Bristol to train with…

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29 Hours in Bristol

by Hannes Schoeman

After a very cold winters morning drop-off at 04:45am in Cambridgeshire, about 30 minutes from Royston, I took the bus at 05:05am to Bristol via London. My stopover in London was cut short when I was luckily allowed to board an earlier bus than intended – score! Whilst travelling (collectively) for 5 hours I was…

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“TRAINING IS IN EVERY MOMENT”

by Tom Ford

In most circumstances we tend to view our training sessions in isolation to life. Whether we are a professional or an amateur, younger or older; whether we go to the gym or we do cardio; we play the game and return to “normal life”. We use this brief moment in time to learn or develop…

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5 simple tips on how to improve your return of serve

by John Welton

Your Stance whilst preparing to return and light feet. Look to stand approximately in line with the back of the service box and keeping yourself outside the width of the service box. Ensuring you have plenty of space between you and the side wall is essential. Look to stand approximately in line with the back…

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Player Profile – Joshana Chinappa

by hadrian

When did you start playing squash and why? I started playing squash when I was 8. My dad used to play squash and I would tag along with him to the club as he would play every day and I was inspired by him! When and why did you decide to go professional? I decided…

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