Date: Thu, December 03, 2020
Time: 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Returning to the playing field after a layoff, whether from injury, a facility closure or a cancelled season can be a challenge for any athlete. Understandably, many athletes want to jump right in and get back to work. However it is important to remember that it takes time to regain the same level of fitness and performance that they enjoyed before their hiatus.
In this webinar we will explore how coaches can help their athletes return to sport safely by looking at:
Participants receive 1 NCCP PD Point
Sylvie Tetrault (BscKin) is a Sports Nutritionist, Functional Diagnostic Practitioner (FDN-P), and a Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS) based out of Toronto. Sylvie has worked with professional athletes across a wide range of sports, (NHL, NFL, UFC, WNBA, Olympians, Ironman, etc.) as well as high performers from all walks of life.
Her passion for high performance, through both training and nutrition, has developed over the last eight years, coaching some of the best hockey players in the world alongside ex-NHL Player, Gary Roberts with GR Performance.
How to Register?
CAO and Hydro One are excited to present this new opportunity through our continued Safe Sport 101 partnership. Safe Sport 101 is a new virtual hub designed to give coaches the tools they need to make sport safe, fun and inclusive for all. This partnership with Hydro One will bring a series of upcoming webinars focused on safety in sport. Together we are helping to build a culture of safety both physically and emotionally for coaches and athletes across Ontario.
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