Kill it or keep it – Workshop

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Theme Description:

However, new trends in physical education in schools demand the healthy upbringing of youth and the promotion of healthy lifestyle, therefore today it is inevitable to deal with this aspect, as well. The school provides the opportunity for children to get acquinted with different forms of movement. Skiing should be one of these, therefore the opportunity should be given to PE teachers to not treat separate sports as separate forms of movements, but to build them on similar foundations. This could create a repository of natural movements, emphasising that these movements should mutually strengthen each other.

Based on this principle we created a system, which we have uniformised and would like to present in our workshop. This system, resting on anatomical physiological foundations, has been named Strong Base. The term creatively embodies the priorities which we need to consider in order to build a stable foundation for our pupils that they can use as a base to build on top of the movements for skiing, and will also come in handy for several other sports. Moreover, information from other sports can also be built into the skills required for skiing.

  • Connected to Indoor Lecture – YES
  • Sports Included – ALPINE
  • Languages Used for Workshop – ENGLISH
  • Number of Group Leaders – 3
  • Maximum Number of People for Each Group – 10

Each workshop will be given twice per day. The workshop meeting times are 10:30 and 13:30. A lunch break will be given between 12:00-13:30.

There will be multiple meeting points each morning for Alpine, Snowboard, Freestyle, Cross Country, Nordic, and Adaptive. Please look for these specific meeting points. Group leaders from each nation will be responsible for organizing groups at each meeting area.

Group leaders should have a plan for how to best exit the meeting area. There are multiple routes, to help avoid long lines at the start.

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