24th August - 28th August 2020

Junior Summer Camp

Bristol

date

24th August - 28th August 2020
10:00 AM

age range

10 - 18

level

Intermediate to Advanced

location

Bristol

This 5 day camp is suitable for the Intermediate to Advanced Junior player.

We will closely follow the most current England squash guidelines while operating this camp. These will include all social distancing and hygiene protocols. With a 1 coach to 5 player ratio we are able to adapt the delivery using on and off-court sessions inside the club and outside in the local park.

Camp theme: We have all had a long time away from the courts and competitions which provides a great opportunity to re-pattern good habits in movement and technique. Each day will focus on the physical and technical foundations necessary to create successful squash players while also having the freedom to just enjoy hitting the ball and having fun!

Each evening we will have evening social activities at an extra cost open to all attendees, including stand up paddleboarding and indoor climbing. More information and booking will be released nearer the time.

Timings: 
9.30 AM -4 PM each day
Evening activities from 5.30pm

Coaching team:
Hadrian Stiff
John Welton
Steve Thompson

This camp will include:

  • 5 hours coaching per day
  • Lunch each day
  • elitesquash T-shirt
  • Post camp reports
  • Maximum 15 players

For more information including help with accommodation please contact Hadrian@elitesquash.com

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