By Kevin Mackinnon
content material: part 1. the fundamentals --
part 2. lively education --
part three. Sport-specific education --
part four. festival --
part five. Appendix.
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Never “bounce” during the stretch—make it a smooth, sustained motion. These are just a few basic stretches. Different sports will often require an emphasis on flexibility in specific areas. When you register your child in a sports program, one of the things you should look for is how much time is spent on stretching and warming up within each workout. If the coaches don’t include flexibility in the program, you probably don’t want your child involved. 2004 9:43 Uhr Seite 43 Swimming Equipment The equipment needs for swimming are fairly basic: goggles, a swim suit, and a bathing cap.
Designate two 5-meter stretches in which the kids have to hop on one leg only—5 meters on the left followed by 5 meters on the right. Finish off with a 10-15 meter dash to the finish line. This is just one suggestion for an obstacle course—let your imagination, and the facilities available to you, help you create your own version! We especially like to incorporate any activities we might find in a schoolyard playground area, including hand-tohand walking on the monkey bars and using the slides.
Reach the right arm across the body so the hand ends up behind the left shoulder. ) the arm a bit further. Repeat the process with the left arm. 2004 9:43 Uhr Seite 42 ▲ Groin Sitting on the ground, put the feet together in front. Grab the ankles with each hand, and use the forearm to push gently down on the legs. Each stretch should be held for about 10 to 15 seconds. Never “bounce” during the stretch—make it a smooth, sustained motion. These are just a few basic stretches. Different sports will often require an emphasis on flexibility in specific areas.