Physically, we enjoyed a range of developmental activities, circuit work, interval training, muscular endurance activities and even yoga! Psychologically we touched upon a variety of informational worksheets as well as a Goal Setting Workshop! Tactically we analysed some world class players, with players including our own coaches, right up to the top few in the world. Finally, technically, we worked on our basics, ensuring that we continued to be aware of what we were doing with our racket and feet in a range of circumstances.
For those starting this week, Zoom info and camp specifics will be emailed individually to each participant on Sunday night. We use break out ‘Zoom rooms’ to accelerate learning and personalize detail. You can read more here and email Paulor Lyall with questions.
Next week, the days will follow 6 daily segments: physiological profiling, psychology work-shopping, biomechanical breakdown, skill development, mobility and nutrition. The camp is 80% practical, 20% tutorial, with 30-45 minute blocks targeted specifically toward physical, mental and skill self development.
We are aware that many S2ozzies have already constructed temporary at-home courts in their garages, outdoor walls, and basements, which we will be incorporating for use in our summer camp activities. For those of you who are interested in building a temporary court at home we have the basic “how-to” guide in the link below.
We will be conducting daily skill work activities with racket and ball for class participants, with options to break out into other activities if your home court is not completed yet or if you have space considerations.
Our professionals are ready and able to give Zoom technical lessons on your home court or physical conditioning consultations via zoom and you can book these by email directly.