20th June 2019

Adult Summer Camp – Torquay



20th June 2019
09:00 AM

age range



All Levels


78 Barton Road


Off season development of fitness, movement and technique. Over the 4 days you will learn how to use the summer as an opportunity to make changes to your game and technique, improve physical condition and movement efficiency.

Coaching team:

Filip Madaric Lead coach elitesquash Torquay
John Welton Lead coach elitesquash Bath

Whats included:

  • 5hrs of coaching per day
  • individual game analysis
  • extra outdoor activities
  • lunch each day
  • t shirt

What to expect:

  • Detailed technical assessment of swing and movement patterns
  • Physical assessment of fitness and body function
  • Mental training
  • Tactical game play
  • Matches with video analysis
  • Evening meal each night with coaches and players
  • Sea sport activities such as Paddle boarding / Coasteering / wild swimming
  • 4 days of action packed holiday/squash camp!

Get in touch now to book your spot!

Cancellation Policy – 14 days notice for a full refund. 7 days 50% refund


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