Clinics and Pro Training

Choppers Pro Training offers two different options. Our Clinics are group based training that focuses on repetition and reinforcement. Our Pro Training is specialized One on One training is for progression and development. These are both designed for anyone looking to learn, improve or take their competitive game to the next level. Open to ages 10 and up. There is no shame in receiving training as most professionals do exactly that. Private lessons are the BEST way to get the one on one attention needed. All Chopper’s Pro Training classes are held at limited times and need to be booked in advance. Training will be with one of the in house professionals. Among some of the things that will be taught

  • Etiquette and Safety
  • Fundamentals
  • Proper throwing techniques
  • Take home practice routines
  • Mindset and Strategy
  • WATL regulations found HERE or IATF Standards and rules that can be found HERE

Clinics are held Saturdays and Sundays from 9am -11am. Time is 1 hour from the time you arrive so you do not need to arrive AT 9am, but will need to arrive by 10am to get the full hour. Booking in advance is $25 per person. Paying Day of without booking is $30 per person.
Private Pro Training are available on Monday and Tuesday at the time you schedule for. This is $40 per person. No Walk-in for Private Pro Training, sorry.

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About your In House Pro Trainer

You will be booking your training with Mike (Rupert) Moore. A Cherry Hill resident who is originally from Barrington NJ. Having been in the axe throwing community since July of 2016 and competing across North America shortly after, he is well versed in everything axes.. Rupert has held many positions within the axe throwing world, even General Manager here at Choppers Hatchet House where he currently holds the record for highest season average.

Accomplishments-a-plenty. He was the first American League Champion of the IATF (Then known as the NATF) as well as the first Club Champion of his location. Several Championship Tournament qualifications and placements. Record holder several times for American throwers.

Rupert is a Marine Corps Veteran serving from may 2004 through June 2008, and we thank him for his service.  He was honorably discharged as a E-4 Corporal. Married to Jenna Moore and has two beautiful children.

When he is not spending time with his wife and children, axe throwing or restoring vintage axes, Rupert volunteers his time with Family Services of Camden County and with Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice in Westmont.