There is a need in the south-east to offer education and training to individuals in communities to provide opportunities for them to grow as community leaders. The purpose of the Southeast Connection Workshop Series is to reduce financial and transportation barriers by providing workshops in communities to address multiple issues within sport, culture and recreation. Grant writing, fundraising, rink board and pool board workshops are just some examples of training opportunities that we can deliver!
Sport Development Workshops
Injury Prevention-Benefits of Warm up, Cool down, some beneficial stretching technique, importance of hydration even in winter sports and addresses signs and symptoms of overuse injuries.
Maximizing your Winter Games Perfomance with Sport Nutrition-We will be discussing the foudation of hydration and good food choices in a multi-sport games setting. Nutrition strategies will be dicussed for pregame, recovery adn dinig hall menue challenges.
Mental Training-Competitive Will's session will discuss concepts behid managing stress, emaiotion and anxiaty in an effort to enhance focus in performance moments. Through discussion on preparation skills, Competitive Will hopes to establish a set of tools for athletes participating in the Sask. Winter Games.
FREE For Coaches, Managers, Parents and Volunteers Participating in the 2018 Sask Winter Games!
Register here: Registration Form
Southeast Connection in conjunction with the Sports Medicine & Science Council of Saskatchewan (SMSCS) is hosting Three Sport Medicine workshops. These workshops are a great opportunity for participants to gain the knowledge and first-hand experience dealing witha variety of topics to help keep athletes performing at their best!
WHERE: McKenna Hall, Weyburn, SK
WHEN: Sunday February 11, 9:00 am til Noon
(NOTE: Lunch is at your own expense)