Welcome to TOG Summer Camps 2014
Since 2007, TOG has hosted squash camps in various areas of the United States and across Europe. Our camps provide our participants with unique and educational experiences that positively impact their squash and personal lives. TOG is delighted to announce its camp offerings for the upcoming 2014 summer camp season. In past years we have successfully organized international camps in Italy, France, England, Germany, China and Korea. Nationally, in addition to our established camp at Deerfield Academy, we will be offering a new camp location at Tabor Academy.
Our internationally recognized staff offers a wealth of information and experience at each camp. Returning staff members include US coaches Hope Prockop and Greg Crane, Australian coach Josh Cardwell, South African coach Werner Hergeth, and Italian coach Simone Rocca. All programs are designed and managed by TOG founder Nadeem Osman and World Champion coach Shaun Moxham. Our staff is a force to be reckoned with and is comprised exclusively of passionate, dedicated and knowledgeable squash professionals.
All TOG squash camps are designed for junior players seeking to improve their game and to gain a competitive edge. Led by a world-class coaching staff, TOG squash camps combine physical and mental conditioning, technical and tactical training, and match-play coaching. Sessions will include profiling and evaluation techniques addressing all aspects of squash development including squash specific physiological evaluations, mental profiling techniques and training activities used by professional players. Each athlete will undergo a comprehensive evaluation of where their game currently is and, most importantly, by camp's end, leave with an insight of what is required to get their game to a higher level. Training sessions are designed to provide a holistic approach to a player's long term development.
We sincerely look forward to playing a part in the future success of your squash career and your continued development as a scholar athlete.