This week my 147academy welcomed International Swedish Junior Snooker player Max Nettleton from Stockholm for a three day Snooker Training Camp in the Ivy Rooms Snooker Club, Carlow in Ireland.
Max has represented Sweden in European Championships over the years and he travelled to get professionals coaching to fine tune his game before next week's EBSA European Snooker Championships in Israel.
Another International in Academy
PJ said “it is fantastic to have another European player in my 147academy and I am excited in helping him develop his game over the next few years ".
Max “said it is great to come over to Ireland and receive training. PJ is very professional in his coaching and he builds up your confidence while developing his academy fundamentals around it. I cannot wait to get home and start doing the program.
Max was videoed during each session and he brings home CD's with all the action from the sessions and a technique profile plus training program to study covering all the routines in the four main areas Technique, Control, Tactical and Scoring.
New Training Plan & Mind Set
I designed a new training plan plus worked on his Mental side of the game to help him prepare for the EBSA Championship. I was very impressed with his dedication and hunger to learn and improve.
Three Day Camp
Max's attitude was fantastic in learning all the different drills and the technical information to fine tune his game and I hope Max becomes more confident about all areas of his game after this camp. Max now begins a new training program which will be monitored each month.
The 147academy would like to thank Max for coming over to Ireland and I wish him good luck in Israel for the 2019 Europeans and in future events.
- Published in Coaching Zone News