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    Posted: 04/21/2019 at 5:53am

The 2019 B75 camp brochure is out.  It’s posted at

http://www.b75.dk/index.php/international-traeningslejr.


This year they have added a fourth coach in each group to do video analysis.  The coach/player ratio will be 1:4. Last year they started using written individual development plans, and combining those with video is really powerful.


For example I’ve always known my fh short push is rubbish.  I thought I didn’t know the right stroke technique. But I can do it fine in training, so I had no way to improve it.   A coach showed me on video that in matches the stroke is okay, but I step around the table instead of underneath. My right foot goes off the corner and I’m too far back and have to stretch for the ball, so I pop it up.


It was never improving because I had a totally wrong idea of the problem.  Later I was playing a practice match for fun after training, and I missed another fh short push.  When I looked down my foot was right where he had showed me on the video, just outside the right corner.  So now that I understand what is actually happening, I can practice and fix it. That will eliminate a big weakness for me.


Everybody who has used video knows how much more you understand  after you see yourself playing or training. But looking at it with a really experienced coach is another level entirely.


The link I posted at the top has all the cost and schedule details, and a lot more about the learning system, which is unique.  I won’t repeat all that here. But if anyone has any questions please post them or PM me. I’ll be going again this year, and every year.  I love it.

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Week two is getting full, so anyone who wants to go for ten or fifteen days should register soon.  Most players flying transatlantic want to stay for two or three 5-day training periods, and to do that you need a place in week two. 

Players from 24 different countries have registered so far, and ages from 8 to 62.  
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I can only agree with BRS. The camp is really well organized and will benefit your game for sure. Especially people from the US will benefit, because you’re not only going to work on things in the camp. Together with coaches, you’ll make a plan for your development that will help you take away lots of hints that you can work on in the future.

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