26.Jan.12 Coaches jump at development chances in Yorkshire and Humberside
Leading coaches will pass on tips and advice at a free development workshop on the 4th February in Hull.
- Coaches on the National Coach Development Programme will lead sessions which aim to help coaches get the best out of their athletes. These include:
- Jamie French (NCDP coach mentee & regional UKA tutor)
- Toks Adeniji (NCDP mentee – mentored by Peter Stanley)
- Sue Lawal (winner of the regional Development Coach of the year)
- Stephen Wolstenholme (NCDP coach mentee – Youth Development)
Briefly, the sessions will include...
- Effective Warm ups for horizontal jumps
- Horizontal jumps using athletics 365
- Developing the beginner/young athletes looking at basic technique of jumps in terms of movement patterns and the major muscles required, training drills to develop technique, Identification of common faults specific to jumps and methods in which these can be addressed and opportunity to relate learning to practise within their own club environment.
- Performance Development session looking at the biomechanics of event, programme planning, technique analysis and the Coaches Eye: Learning from what we see
For more information or to book on to the programme please contact your local North Club and Coach Support POfficer (CCSO). Full details on how to book, more information and a downloadable flyer are available in our Events section.
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All 'profits' made are reinvested into the development of athletics in England
CE Electric UK – the company that owns and operates the electricity distribution networks in Yorkshire, northern Lincolnshire and the North-east - is proud to support England Athletics through its corporate sponsorship programme.
John Barnett, Head of Customer Operations, said: “There’s nothing more important to us than giving something back to the communities that we serve. The England Athletics programme gives young people the chance to keep fit and have fun, whilst offering some of the region’s most promising young athletes the best possible start in their sporting careers.”
You can visit CE Electric UK’s England Athletics micro-site, which includes interviews with some of the region’s young athletes, training plans and a body mass index (BMI) calculator, by visiting http://athletics.ce-electricuk.com/page/index.cfm
CE Electric UK also uses the England Athletics programme to promote its life-saving electrical safety campaign “Stay Away: Stay Alive”, which teaches children and young people to recognise danger of death signs and electrical hazards. You can access electrical safety-themed games and activities by following the “Fusebox” and “Crucial Crew” links on the front page of the company’s website www.ce-electricuk.com