Fitter Futures Workshops

Delivered by Fitter Futures and targeting PE Teachers, Swim Coaches and Strength and Conditioning Coaches engaged in the school sport system, these practical workshops and webinars aim to improve the delivery of dryland training programs and capability of teachers and coaches with a focus on developing young athletes to become great athletes and swimmers.

In addition, participants who attend the webinars and workshops will be granted free access to an online Brand X Movement Library for a 1 month period where they can access video content to help them understand the coaching movements that will be discussed.

During 2022, there will be a 2.5 hour practical workshop on offer in Brisbane, as well as a short series of webinars (2 x 1 hour sessions). These activities will be repeated in 2023 as a second offering.

Practical Workshops

These will provide participants the opportunity to learn:

  • exercises to incorporate in dryland sessions to prioritise athletic development, and how to perform them
  • exercises to incorporate in programs for swimmers to assist with improving shoulder health, and how to perform them
  • tips for identifying movement flaws and how to correct them so that coaches are able to help improve quality of movement when athletes are participating in dryland sessions

Workshops will be held at Fitter Futures HQ, located in Indooroopilly and are open to the first 20 PE Teachers, Swim Coaches or Strength and Conditioning Coaches working within the school sport system.

Webinars

These webinars will provide coach education about the importance of functional movement training and long term athletic development to be prioritised in strength and conditioning training for young swimmers and how to implement this in dryland training.

Webinars will delivered as 2 x 1 hour sessions via Zoom and are open to all PE Teachers, Swim Coaches and Strength and Conditioning Coaches working within the school sport system across Queensland.

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