Ateneo to hold conditioning workshop

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

THE Ateneo de Davao University (Addu) Athletics Department will hold its 1st Strength and Conditioning Workshop for coaches and sports coordinators on Monday to Wednesday at the ADDU Matina Campus, Fr. Martinez Sports Center.

Coach Christian Dominguez, a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a faculty of the University of Asia and the Pacific, will lead the training.

Ateneo athletics director Noli Ayo in the Thursday edition of the Davao Sportswriters Association Forum at NCCC Mall Davao B3 Center said the event aims to incorporate strength and conditioning in sports.


“This is not just a regular workshop because this will help educate the coaches about the importance of strength and conditioning in order to have a healthier body and sharper mind,” Ayo said.

He said that there is a big need to educate the sports leaders, “This is our contribution to that education. I hope everybody could see the value of these topics to strengthening the sports industry.”

Some 30 coaches are expected to join the seminar that will give out lectures and actual hands-on exercises.

Topics to be discussed are basic periodization, self-myofascial release and flexibility, setting-up a strength and conditioning program, principles of strength and conditioning, and a special aquatic strength and conditioning training set at the Fr. Rodolfo Malasmas, S.J. swimming pool.

Registration fee is P3,500 inclusive of lunch and training certificate.
For more details, contact coordinator BjEnerio at mobile number (0915) 974-8858. (MDC)

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on May 25, 2014.


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