Mohamed El Shorbagy - World number 1 for 50 months, Former world championsee all players
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Our group lessons range from beginner to advanced for junior and adult players. We design our group lessons around the abilities and needs of the players and ensure a fun and relaxed environment with a clear focus on progression each week
Our camps are about the whole experience of bringing players together to maximise their potential in a relaxed but focused environment. Each camp concentrates on the key aspects needed to develop confident, skilful squash players who can maximise their potential.
Junior Summer Squads
10th August 2022
‘In one week my game improved so much that it’s almost unrecognisable. Hitting the ball more cleanly and moving more efficiently. Squash is even more enjoyable now. ‘ Josh Goldstein – Los Angeles.
What is truly exceptional, is their 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. – Bristol camp 2018
Hadrian’s method is quite different from coaching I’ve had before in the style, a lot about improving the movement to make the game easier and how connecting the physical and mental sensations can help the whole body feel better and be more effective. It has helped me a lot in my career so far, not just on court but off court too! It helped a lot to get me into the top 3 and hopefully we won’t stop there!
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.
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
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.
28 years and counting for our elitesquash junior summer camps. It’s both inspiring and a bit scary to know we have been running our summer camps for over 28 years. Elitesquash camps began in Exeter all those years ago with the mission to provide the ultimate environment for you people to maximise their potential. This…
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As always the team at Edgbaston priory club and Birmingham university provided an excellent experience for the British junior championships. Somewhere close to 500 kids battled it out across the two venues and it was very encouraging to see so many young players at such a high level when there is plenty of talk about…
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My 11 year old Son Elliott has just begun his junior tournament career and last weekend we travelled to London for the first event away from home. The main purpose of this event was to introduce the experiences of different courts, opponents and the pressure of this foreign environment and see how he responded and…