Training Session for Teenagers, June 21, 2009

One of my colleagues from the University of Bath is hosting what will I expect to be an awesome training event, which may be ideal for your child and for your child depending on their stage in Judo (and assuming you are in Cambridge in the UK on June 21st, 2009).

To save energy I shall cut and paste from the flyer, here is what the day will consist of:

Training Session for Teenagers, June 21, 2009

I thoroughly recommend trying to get along to this if you can. The three sessions on the day are excellent for your teendage child (and parents) if they are competing. Spaces are limited to 20 players, so make sure you don’t miss out. The session session on Startegy I am looking forward to and the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) session is ideal for parents with children entering their teens and doing Judo. The final session is a High intensity training session designed to help player prepare for the Kent International Judo Tournament.

Bob, who is running this training is one of the few Level 5 coaches in the European Union and teaches Coaching Science for a living, so knows his stuff. The LTAD subject is something he has a high level of knowledge in and I think that session would be worth attending for all parents. It will help you understand the implications of your child’s development in a Judo context.

If you wish to attend, please email Bob at combertonjudoclub@yahoo.com

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