19th January 2019

Junior Group Sessions – Torquay



19th January 2019
09:00 AM

age range



All Levels


78 Barton Road
TQ2 7NS, Torquay

Term commencing – Saturday 19th January to 9th March

8 Week Course

60 minute coaching session. Aimed at three groups

Minis (age 5-9) 9am-10am
Beginners 10am-11am
Improvers 11am-12pm
 Here is a brief outline of what you can expect from your coaching sessions
Minis are focusing on childs most important developmental aspects such as coordination and balance, with added skills and games to maximise fun and progress within the program.
Beginners work within the elitesquash beginner/improver curriculum and go through the basics of movement, swing, basic tactics and matchplay.
Improvers are a part of the improver curriculum designed to progress players ability and skills such as match tactics, linking movement and swing and developing the right mindset.
Working from the elitesquash junior curriculum includes an end of term assessment for all participants to ensure continuous progress withing the program.
for any additional information, please contact filip@elitesquash.com


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