09 February 2019

Adult Camp

Workout Harbourside

date

09 February 2019
09:30 AM

age range

16+

level

All levels

location

Workout harbourside
Bristol
BS1 4SB

Theme:

How to practice effectively and translate into matches. This weekend will focus on what it takes to ensure practice is performed at its best; what is the mindset / what is best to focus on and how to what is learned and developed into a match. These themes apply to all levels from beginner to professional and this weekend is for anyone wanting to maximise their own potential at any level.

 

Coaching team:

Tom Ford
Richard King
John Welton

 

Whats included:

  • 10 hours coaching
  • personal reports and videos
  • weekly practice template
  • lunch both days
  • t shirt

 

What to expect:

  • The art of solo practice
  • Top 5 elitesquash practice drills with a partner for an optimum all round game
  • Conditioned games
  • How to use video and self analyse
  • How to bring practice into match play
  • Evening meal with camp attendees and coaches
  • An action packed weekend at the elitesquash hub in the amazing city of Bristol

 

Price for this camp is – £200

Cancellation Policy – 7 days notice for a full refund.

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