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By tyronepro Mon 2nd Feb

An effective coaching session for football / hurling
This session is open to all coaches and is an indoor, interactive, learning workshop. It will focus on how to plan, deliver and review an effective and relevant coaching session.
Monday 2nd February
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Tyrone GAA Centre Garvaghey
Activate GAA warm up
Activate is a GAA specific warm-up for training and matches that improves movement skills and reduces injury. It is a dynamic warm up which includes the ball.
Activate has been developed by Sports Institute Northern Ireland (SINI) and Ulster GAA for use by coaches of players from 14 years to senior grade.  It is suitable for use by Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie squads.
The warm up is based on solid medical research and, if performed regularly with proper technique, can reduce non-contact leg injuries by up to 50%.
The Activate GAA Warm-Up has three phases which should be performed twice a week before training. Initially, coaching Activate properly requires 30 minutes but it can be completed in 20 minutes when refined.
Thursday 5th February
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Killyclogher GAC
Developing FUNdamental movement skills through gymnastics
This session will explore how simple body movements such as jumping, hopping, and skipping can develop a child’s fundamental movement skills and core strength.  Sample activities will be demonstrated which can be incorporated into coaching session.
Thursday 5th February
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Drumragh GAC
Athlete development for youths
Look forward to practical ideas and concepts that coaches can implement to make their young players better.
A practical understanding of the process of planned training.
Understand how the demands of GAA team sports dictate the conditioning.
The role of movement mechanics as it applies to youth players.
Foundational Concepts:
Train Movement not Muscle
Body weight before external resistance.
Friday 7th February
Venue: Omagh CBS Sports Hall
Time: 7:30pm

Go raibh maith agat 
Áine Ó Dálaigh
Coaching and Games Development
Tyrone GAA Centre
230 Radergan Rd,
Co Tyrone
BT70 2EH
Tel: 028 8556 7723
By tyronepro Mon 2nd Feb

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