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Whether you are new to sport, enjoy friendly competition or aspire to higher performance competition we’ll show you ‘how to’ get the most from your experience.
Our philosophy Athletes 1st!
"You can't chase your dreams if you're sitting still. Our bodies are designed to move. Movement supports our physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual growth health and well being.”
- Rick Howard NSCA
What are the Fundamental Movements Skills?
The fundamental movement skills tools and resources are for all primary ages 0-11 years, presented according to skill.
The tools are set out in a methodology to show the progression of physical literacy.
What Fundamental Movement Skills important in life & sport?
A child’s development of balance, coordination, and fundamental movement skills forms the basis for his or her life-long enjoyment of physical activity.
Maximize Sports Experience
7 components of physical fitness
Speed: ability to move quickly
Strength: ability to move mass
Endurance: ability to sustain cardiovascular activity
Power: ability to exert force
Flexibility: ability to maintain a good range of motion around the joints
Agility: ability to move quickly, laterally
Balance: ability to maintain upright and steady
Why Sports Participation has Declined
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5 Tips on how to communicate with parents to ensure a positive sport experience for the whole family.
Communicating with Coaches
5 tips on how to ensure positive communication with your coach to build a positive sports environment.
Long-Term Athlete Development
What is Long-Term Athlete Development Model?
The idea of Long Term Athlete Development and the American Development Model are frameworks or roadmaps for age & stage appropriate steps towards quality movement in sport and life. When parents and coaches try to force too much too soon in an attempt to get you to the top level in a specific sport, we risk ruining your experience through burnout, injury or removing the fun from your journey.