Taking Your Game To Pro Levels
AFYA player and athlete workshops are about taking the young sports person to the next level and guides attendees through development areas to take their sport more seriously and even go pro.
AFYA workshops take place in bespoke gym environments including The Athlete Factory in Chester and Fitism in Wilmslow. They give young players and athletes an insight into how professional sports people train, eat, prehab and rehab.
Workshops also delve deeper in sports psychology, encouraging youngsters to be mindful of their own health and wellbeing to be the strongest, fittest and fastest they can be- mentally & physically.
Strength and conditioning work is also an important aspect of our player and athlete workshops.
AFYA Workshops are delivered by a range of expert coaches, including:
Rugby specialist James Wade- James has over a decade of experience in the Premiership, working for Sale Sharks and London Wasps during periods of great success for both clubs. He is also head coach for Oxford University Rugby Club.
Strength & Conditioning Expert Scott Pearson- Scott has a BSc in Coaching Science from MMU and an MSc in Strength & Conditioning from the University of Salford. He was Strength & Conditioning Coach for British Cycling where he worked with able bodied and Paralympian athletes from novice up to elite/ Olympic standard. Scott has also previously worked with Worcester Warriors, Stoke City and Sale Sharks in Lead / Head of Strength & Conditioning roles.
AFYA’s next workshop is on 24th August at Harris & Ross Wilmslow and covers Sports Strength, Conditioning & Training for aspiring athletes aged 13-17yrs. Find out more and book your place by clicking here.
To find out about our upcoming workshops email email@example.com or call now on 0151 326 2253.
Balance and core work isn’t as simple as it looks!! Some great effort and things to think about for our future athletes who attended AFYA’s athlete development workshop today at Harris & Ross Total Fitness #wilmslow 🙌🏼
Posted by AFYA Sports Training on Friday, August 24, 2018