201: Inspiring Athleticism in Our Youth
Imagine 20 years from now when today's children become adults who are diseased, overweight and disinterested in physical activity. Who will you train? In this practical session, you will learn how to apply essential growth and development characteristics, combined with training tips for youth, to become a change maker for future generations. Now is the time to accept the challenge to educate and empower children with novel, exciting, interactive, athletic training opportunities that will fuel their spirit and inspire them to enjoy activity for a lifetime. Act now-you CAN make a difference!202 Power Systems(r): Strength and Conditioning Games for Improved Fitness and Performance WS Jay Dawes, MSLearn how to disguise work as play and make every training session fun for athletes and non-athletes, all of whom may have different goals. Trainers will have the chance to participate in a variety of games that are designed to address strength, multidirectional speed and explosiveness. Cardiovascular health and functional performance will also be discussed.