24th July - 04th August 2023

Junior Summer Camp

Bristol

date

24th July - 04th August 2023
10:00 AM

age range

9 - 18

level

County to National

location

Workout Harbourside,
Welshback
Bristol
BS1 4SB

SUMMER CAMP 2023

This two week camp is suitable for the County to National level Junior player.

Camp themes:

  • Building a mindset for competition
  • Movement efficiency and speed
  • Technical foundations and skill development
  • Mastering the back corners
  • Building a killer short game

At the end of each day’s training, we will have evening social activities including stand up paddle boarding, trampoline park, Cinema and bowling The evening is a time to make deeper friendships, have fun and try new things.

Sample day:

  • 9.30am session 1
  • 12.30 Lunch
  • 2pm Session 2
  • 4.30pm change and shower
  • 6pm Evening activities and food

Coaching team:
Hadrian Stiff – Owner and founder elitesquash
John Welton – Bristol and Bath program manager
Steve Thompson – Lead coach Bristol

This camp will include:

  • 6 hours coaching per day
  • Lunch each day
  • Evening activities (extra cost for non residential)
  • elitesquash camp T-shirt
  • Maximum 16 players
  • Video and document resources

12 days fully inclusive £1860: Squash / lunch / accommodation / evening meal / evening activities
5 days fully inclusive £775: Accommodation / evening meal / evening activities
5 days camp only £400: Squash and lunch only

Accommodation YHA bristol . 5 minutes walk from the courts. Coaches stay with players in the accommodation building.

Camp location website: Workout Harbourside

For more information including help with accommodation and travel plans please contact info@elitesquash.com

Cancellation policy: Cancellations more than 14 days before the event full refund. Cancellations within 14 days of event start no refund.  

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