Our adult camps are open to all levels of player who want to take their game to the next level.  Using a combination of technical coaching, mental training and movement we help all attendees solve problems, learn new skills and most importantly, progress. We bring focused learning, fun and social together in the beautiful surroundings of Bristol.

What to expect:

  • Personal technical input
  • Thoughtfully structured practice routines
  • Challenging conditioned games which include tactical problem solving
  • Video feedback and reviews
  • Extensive match play with people you have not played before
  • Personal feedback from coaches with action plans for improvement
  • Evening out in Bristol – food, social and time to relax

 

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What is truly exceptional,  is Hadrian’s ability to not only get to the bottom of the issue but also, or primarily, to walk the player very quickly through the learning process to break old and implement new pattern. As for me, and I have been playing squash for 8 years now, I was really thrilled to be able to hit for the first time a decent backhand drive from back corner with a relaxed swing only after 1 or 2 training sessions. – Bespoke camp 2018

Piotr Mikolajczak, Poland

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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5 Simple tips to improve your drive

by John Welton

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

by hadrian

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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Much more than squash – how our sport can help shape lives

by Richard King

Competition and sport can teach you many things about yourself and your development off the court. I’m writing this short article about a particular journey one of our juniors is taking at present. I wanted to share it with you all as I am very proud and also very aware that many coaches/parents/juniors/adults will have…

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Why its the foot that actually hits the ball first

by hadrian

One of the most common coaching lessons with players of all levels is helping bring power and control when hitting drives and volleys on the backhand side. I’m sure we all know that feeling when the opponent hits an attacking length that if not played before the back wall the ball will die, its puts…

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An improver’s guide to squash : 5 top tips

by Kylie Lindsay

In this essential ‘improver’s guide’ to squash, players who are looking to improve their game will learn a mixture of technical and tactical tips that will help them make giant leaps forward. These top tips have been put together by ex-world professional women’s squash player, turned coach, Kylie Lindsay (nz), who’s visiting here in Bristol…

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