Badminton-Specific Warm-ups and Strengthening Exercises
14 May 2016 (Friday), 2pm - 5pm
Add to Calendar
“Badminton-Specific Warm-ups and Strengthening Exercises” by Singapore Badminton Association (SBA)
(For Badminton, Squash and Table Tennis Coaches only)
This workshop aims to cover current methodology of physical training for highly-trained badminton athletes. Both theory and practical sessions will focus on evidence-based approach in dynamic warm-up, strength and conditioning to enhance the badminton athlete’s physical performance. The programme will be specifically tailored to be done outside of the gym and on the court to current school/club coaching setups.
The course trainer is Mr Julian Lim. Julian is a Strength and Conditioning Coach from Singapore Sports Institute (SSI). He holds a Master Degree in Research from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and is also a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)-certified strength and conditioning specialist. His current portfolio includes athletes competing in badminton, basketball, bowling and gymnastics.
Date and Time
14 May 2016 (Saturday), 2pm – 5pm
Singapore Badminton Association
OCBC Arena Hall 2, #02-40
Singapore Sports Hub
5 Stadium Drive
S$74.90 per pax (inclusive of GST)
Each registered participant will be given a free resistance loop worth S$26.
Please post your registration form to Singapore Badminton Association’s address given above. Alternatively, you may walk-in to register. The registration form and workshop information sheet can be downloaded via this link
. Kindly note that registration is on first-come-first-served basis.
Maximum capacity of 10 pax. Registration closes on 22 April 2016 (Friday) or when maximum capacity is reached.
Please note that the provision of publicity and recognition of CCE hours for the above courses/workshops/seminar is purely informative and coaches are advised to select their choice of CCE courses/workshops/seminars best suited for their learning needs. Sport Singapore does not have direct regulatory powers over the organisers delivering the publicised courses/workshops/seminars.