Tuesday and Thursday training is available to registered athletes U8 and over. Registered U11 and over also have Wednesday for middle distance training.
Tuesday and Thursday will be split into two disciplines allowing development of two areas of skill.
Non-registered athletes (and parents) may also participate, however a small fee will be charged to cover insurance.
We have five experienced coaches who will focus on skill development. All athletes wishing to improve will gain benefit from this commitment!
Term 4 will be broken into three phases:
Phase 1 – Event specific introduction, correct technique for jumps, throws and sprints.
Phase 2 – Technique and Speed development. Teaching advanced concepts and building on phase 1 in preparation for Zone competition.
Phase 3 – Advanced technique development and strength. More specific tailoring of advanced techniques to individual needs.
Pennant Hills Oval, from 4:30-6:00pm. Arrival on time is essential to enable a complete warm up.
Parents are required to stay and at times assist with equipment, measuring or timing. Younger siblings are welcome to join in or complete other activities with parent supervision, but must not disrupt training.
What to bring:
Children should be dressed appropriately for the weather, bring a water bottle and hat. Spikes can be worn but are not required, and should not be worn for warm up activities.
To ensure a good spread of disciplines across the week, a mix of throws, sprints and jumps will be offered across Tuesday and Thursday. Children are encouraged to train across a multi-discipline approach to build strength, agility and fitness at this young age.
Training will continue in wet weather using the undercover area. Bring a towel and gym mat if you have one!
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LANSW Introduction to Coaching Course
Help kids learn basic athletics skills! No previous experience required.
Saturday 3 November 2018 OR Saturday 22 December 2018
Wakehurst Public School, 8 Glen St Belrose
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