17th February - 18th February 2020

Junior Squash Camp

Workout Harbourside


17th February - 18th February 2020
10:00 AM

age range

10 - 18


County to national Junior


Welsh Back

Junior Squash Camp
Coaches: John Welton / Tom Ford  / PSA players tbc
Theme: Playing with intensity while remaining calm.
The worlds best juniors play very aggressive and purposeful squash which requires high levels of mental and physical capabilities. We focus this camp on taking players out of their physical and mental comfort zones where they will learn how to develop the mind and body to operate at the next level. Expect high tempo drills and games, physical challenges on and off the court and mental puzzles workshops.
What to expect
  • 10 hours world class coaching
  • Camp plan with notes from the sessions
  • Personal written feedback from coaches
  • Lunch both days
  • Camp t shirt
  • Supporting videos and documents
Camp cancellation policy – 21 days for a full refund


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