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Postby runner » Sat Jan 21, 2006 10:55 am

Today I gave my first training.

The group +/- 20 people reacted pretty ok.

In spring a new season starts, but between with the exception off uk weekend I'll train this beginners or semi beginners group.

Most off the people could be my parents, but I did not get any remarks..

guess the most importand is to be clear and to show how things should be done..

if i still like it after a couple off months i might go for a trainers course.. they are pretty dificult.. but good
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Postby fredrikw » Sat Jan 21, 2006 10:57 am

sounds fun, training/coaching is really cool, and a great way of learning a lot about yourself and your sport. good luck with it!
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Postby littlegirlbunny » Sat Jan 21, 2006 12:13 pm

[quote]Today I gave my first training.

The group +/- 20 people reacted pretty ok.

In spring a new season starts, but between with the exception off uk weekend I'll train this beginners or semi beginners group.


Thats cool - what sort of thing are you going to get them doing? Do you have to keep encouraging them to keep going?

[quote]Most off the people could be my parents, but I did not get any remarks..


:lol:

[quote]guess the most importand is to be clear and to show how things should be done..

if i still like it after a couple off months i might go for a trainers course.. they are pretty dificult.. but good


I think you would be great at being a trainer :D Would you be able to fit the study in with your other studies?
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Postby runner » Sat Jan 21, 2006 7:48 pm

[quote]sounds fun, training/coaching is really cool, and a great way of learning a lot about yourself and your sport. good luck with it!


thanks

[quote]Thats cool - what sort of thing are you going to get them doing? Do you have to keep encouraging them to keep going?


today thay did a warmup then some excercises during the run.. than technical excercises.. than 5x 1.5 minutes run with 1 minute break..

than i had to much time over so did some diferent things like running backwards and than forward.. and some fast and slow run as dessert

[quote]I think you would be great at being a trainer Very Happy Would you be able to fit the study in with your other studies?


merci!!
guess it's on sathurdays.. but it might be a problem anyway with time shortage.. but it would start in september so i've some time to think about it..[/quote]
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Re: training

Postby ultra_whippet » Sat Jan 21, 2006 8:48 pm

[quote="runner"]
if i still like it after a couple off months i might go for a trainers course.. they are pretty dificult.. but good


Brilliant :D , I guess it must be difficult finding the time to do a course, but I hope you can. What sort of course is it exactly? Do you get some sort of qualification at the end of it?
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Postby runner » Sun Jan 22, 2006 2:38 pm

A course from the royal dutch atletics federation. knau.nl

when finished i should have running coach one..

It's a teoretical and a practical exam.
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