26th July - 06th August 2021

Junior Summer Camp

Bristol

date

26th July - 06th August 2021
10:00 AM

age range

9 - 18

level

Intermediate to Advanced

location

Workout Harbourside,
Welshback
Bristol
BS1 4SB

SUMMER CAMP 2021

This two week 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 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 paddleboarding, trampoline park and Surfing! The evening is a time to make deeper friendships, have fun and try new things.

Sample day: 

  • 8am morning run/stretch
  • 8.30am breakfast
  • 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:

  • 5 hours coaching per day
  • Lunch each day
  • Evening activities (extra cost)
  • elitesquash camp T-shirt
  • Post camp reports
  • Maximum 16 player

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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