Coaching Conference 2014
The 2014 O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference was held on Saturday 1st February in the Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick. The theme for this year’s conference was ’20/20 Vision for 2020 Clubs’ and it had a particular resonance with those coaches working within schools, clubs, academies and county squads in urban settings.
The conference also saw the official launch of a new GAA specific warm-up developed by Sports Institute Northern Ireland and Ulster GAA. The Activate GAA Warm-up has been adapted from FIFA’s successful 11+ programme to meet the specific needs of GAA codes and to reduce the incidence of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury among players.
The website is available to view at www.activategaa.sini.co.uk
|Building structures for success in urban areas||Kevin O Shaughnessy||2.2 Mb|
|Sporting Chance Clinic||Colin Bland, Andrew Jordan, Jeff Whitley||1.4 Mb|
|Managing Elite Young Players||Brendan Harpur||2.4 Mb|
|Club Coaching in Urban Areas||Brian Lotty||4.2 Mb|
|Club Coaching Structures, Content and Style – Programme for Development||Diarmaid Marsden & Shane McCann||4.2 Mb|
|Maximising Technology for Adult Player Development||Kevin McGuigan||15.6 Mb|
|Positive Coaching, Positive Language,Positive Engagement||Paudie Butler||21.7 Mb|
|Signs, Signals and Symptoms||Paul Buchanan||18.5 Mb|
|Coaching Best Practice with Young Hurlers||Peter Casey||16.4 Mb|
|Sowing the seeds for the Future||Sean McGoldrick||2.3 Mb|
Photos from the conference are available on the Ulster GAA Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/ulstergaa
Dr. Phil Glasgow & Dr. Mario Bizzini speaking on the Activate GAA Warm Up
Colin Bland – CEO, Sporting Chance Clinic
Kevin O Shaughnessy – Strategic Programme Manager, Dublin GAA
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