18 February 2019

February advanced camp 2019

Bristol

date

18 February 2019
09:30 AM

age range

9-18

level

Advanced

location

Workout harbourside
Bristol
BS1 4SB

During this camp we plunge into the skills needed for effective pace variation.

Themes include:
Using the lob from front and back corners to release and create pressure
Mixing from fast to slow tempos
Movement timing
Pairing the lob and drop

Coaching team:
Tom Ford
John Welton

 

Event Price Qty
18th - 19th February 10 - 4.00pm £150 (GBP)
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5 simple tips on how to improve your return of serve

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Player Profile – Joshana Chinappa

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5 simple tips on how to improve your serve

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5 Simple tips to improve your drive

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Open Racket face The open racket face is essential for a successful swing in the game of squash, so ensure you understand what this should look like. For the drive it will help us have the option to hit at differing heights on the front wall. This is vitally important to be able to adjust…

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The effects of the emotions on performance

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Anyone who plays squash and has a desire to play well¬†will know the effects of pressure on the performance all too well. There are many factors which can effect how we feel on the court depending on the occasion and the environment. Its normal for games to be won and lost as a product of…

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