14th August 2021

2 day Adult camp Bristol

Bristol

date

14th August 2021
09:30 AM

age range

16 +

level

All levels

location

Workout Harbourside Welshback
BS1 4SB

Coaching team:
Hadrian Stiff director of elitesquash
John Welton lead coach Bristol / Bath
Steve Thompson lead coach Bristol

Whats included:

  • 5hrs of coaching per day
  • individual game analysis
  • written personal feedback
  • lunch each day
  • t shirt

What to expect:

  • Maximum 12 players per camp
  • Detailed technical assessment of swing and movement patterns
  • Mental training – optimum mindset for training and competition
  • Tactical game play
  • Evening meal each night with coaches and players
  • Written post camp report and video tutorials
  • Elitesquash camp T shirt

Price – £295

Get in touch now to book your spot!

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

Cancellation Policy – 14 days notice for a full refund.

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