Our adult camps are open to all levels of player who want to take their game to the next level. Using a combination of technical coaching, mental training and movement technique we help all attendees solve problems, learn new skills and most importantly, progress. We bring focused learning, fun and social together in the beautiful surroundings of Bristol, Bath and Torquay.

What to expect:

  • World class coaching from the elitesquash team
  • A proven teaching method used by the worlds best players
  • Personal technical input
  • Thoughtfully structured practice routines
  • Challenging conditioned games which include tactical problem solving
  • Video feedback and reviews
  • Extensive match play against new opponents
  • Personal feedback from coaches with action plans for improvement
  • Evening out – food, social and time to relax

 

‘In one week my game improved so much that it’s almost unrecognisable. Hitting the ball more cleanly and moving more efficiently. Squash is even more enjoyable now. ‘ Josh Goldstein – Los Angeles.

Josh Goldstein, Los Angeles

What is truly exceptional,  is their ability to not only get to the bottom of the issue but also, or primarily, to walk the player very quickly through the learning process to break old and implement new pattern. As for me, and I have been playing squash for 8 years now, I was really thrilled to be able to hit for the first time a decent backhand drive from back corner with a relaxed swing only after 1 or 2 training sessions. – Bristol camp 2018

Piotr Mikolajczak, Poland

If you are tired of same old same old with your squash coaching or are looking for something different then Elite Squash is for you. I came across Hadrian Stiff, who founded Elite Squash, a few years ago and was immediately struck by how different his approach to coaching is. Hadrian and his team have a holistic approach to sport, and specifically squash, which is focussed around freedom of movement and creativity on court.

Seamus Singh, Bristol

Thank you very much for your personal comments, I can see and feel in myself, exactly what I am doing wrong now. It’s so good to have this constructive criticism. Hugely exciting. Thank you. I loved the course content and the relaxed manner that you delivered it. The strength and condition lecture was REALLY useful

Michael, Wiltshire

John was patient and balanced the different abilities well, giving us all strong direction on how to focus on improving our game. Lunch was lovely. Loads of fun and laughter. Really liked the way John dealt with the mental approach to the game too.

Katie Nicholls – Beginners 1 day Squash Camp January 2017

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Another big thank you to Avon squash!

by John Welton

One of the hardest areas to maintain sustained growth in any country is in the junior programs. The pandemic has had a huge impact on our sport and particularly our junior programs. We have seen a really positive return to our junior squads but there has been a small drop in numbers. It is now…

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5 Tips For a Successful Return to Squash

by Steve Thompson

Solo practice, household play and individual coaching have been all that’s been allowed over the last 5 weeks, and players at all levels have been itching to get back to normal full court squash! That time has now arrived, and will now hopefully never be taken away. With a successful vaccination programme and a much-reduced…

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Lets get back to squash a better player

by John Welton

  The third lockdown has been tough for everyone, but with the government’s roadmap out of lockdown the end is in sight and the chance to play the game we love is upon us! In the last few days England squash has released it’s expected guidance on a return to squash on the 12th of…

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Keeping a simple approach brings the best results

by hadrian

Squash is an extremely demanding game requiring many elements to work together at the same time often at high speeds. Rallies can be short and points disappear quickly if your opponent takes charge. For this reason, we need to keep things simple in training and in matches. From the perspective of a coach, this is…

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Big thank you to Avon squash

by Hadrian Stiff

One of the hardest areas to maintain sustained growth in any country is in the junior programs. Avon squash, the county organisation for where elitesquash is based is making huge strides forward to help boost clubs and coaches to grow the sport. Recently, Seamus Singh our lead mini squash coach (and county chairman) proposed that…

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