20 February 2018

Adult Group Sessions: Spring Term

Workout Harbourside

date

20 February 2018
07:20 pm

age range

adults

level

Beginner/Intermediate

location

Welsh Back
Bristol
BS1 4SB

Winter Term commencing Tuesday 20th February 2018 to 20th March 2018  5 Weeks

If you would like to join in mid course, please do get in touch as we may have spaces! jules@elitesquash.com

Here is a brief outline of what you can expect from your coaching sessions

Beginner 7.20pm
A session built for people playing for the first time or, who have recently started playing the game.

We will look to cover the following aspects of the game –

  • correct grip
  • beginnings of good technique
  • rules of the game
  • fluid movement around the court
  • basic game plans
Intermediate 8.20pm
These sessions are designed for players playing in internal club leagues/boxes, playing lower division league squash or, have a squash level of 1000 or below.
We will look to cover some of the following aspects of the game –
  • fluid movement timing
  • linking swing with movement
  • technique and swing release
  • conditioned games
  • detailed tactics and game play
  • improving skill and attacking ability
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