13 October 2018

Two day adult camp October 2018

Workout Harbourside


13 October 2018
09:30 am

age range



Club level


Welsh Back

Developing speed in movement and attack. This camp will help players cover the court more quickly and also improve their ability to use speed to attack with the swing and the movement from mid and front court

What to expect:

  • Detailed teaching on developing the first movement from the T
  • Agility of footwork in multi directional patterns
  • Connecting the racket speed with the speed of the feet
  • Using relaxation in parts of the body to improve reaction time and speed


Coaching team:

  • Richard King – Head coach at elitesquash Bristol
  • John Welton – Head coach at elitesquash Bath
  • Tom ford – Former world 61 – advanced level elitesquash coach

Maximum 12 players – book early to avoid disappointment

Cancellation Policy – 14 days notice for a full refund, 7 days notice 50% refund.


Any further enquiries please email jules@elitesquash.com

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