14 April 2018

Adult camp April 2018

Workout Harbourside

date

14 April 2018
09:30 am

age range

16 years +

level

all levels

location

Welsh Back
Bristol
BS1 4SB

This camp will focus on game tactics over a weekend packed with conditioned games and full match play. Using video feedback and coaching expertise we will help unpack the most effective areas to improve in your game play.

What to expect:

  • Challenging conditioned games which include tactical problem solving
  • Understand effective ways of creating pressure and making openings in front and back corners
  • Video feedback and reviews
  • Extensive match play with people you have not played before
  • Personal feedback from coaches with action plans for improvement

 

Coaching team:

  • Richard King – Head coach at elitesquash Bristol
  • John Welton – Head coach at elitesquash Bath
  • Kylie Lindsay – Former world 34 and New Zealand international

 

Maximum 12 players – book early to avoid disappointment

Cancellation Policy – 7 days notice for a full refund.  There is no refund available after this date.

 

Any further enquiries please email jules@elitesquash

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