Date: Tue, September 22, 2020
Time: 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Coach Jeff will be sharing his experience with the application of mindfulness in the context of sport. He will present a step by step framework which coaches can utilize to help their young athletes access the present moment in both practice and competition. The webinar will conclude with a post competition debrief with a young athlete which will highlight the practical implementation of the concepts.
Participants receive 1 NCCP PD Point
Jeff Overholt, B.Sc, PGA of Canada
Jeff is the co-owner of Golf Performance Coaches (GPC) which is based out of Toronto, Canada. As a PGA of Canada Class “A” member and certified coach for New Competitors, Jeff has worked with many of the provinces best competitive juniors golfers over the past 12 years in various capacities.
Jeff has his undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa and has won numerous PGA awards for his work with juniors as well as the emergence of coach development in golf. He brings a unique skill set to his students as a leader in both junior golf development and strength & conditioning.
Jeff is always well prepared and is on the cutting edge of athletic development principles. He has tremendous experience coaching teams and individuals at events and in training camps. He is a great communicator whose expertise lies in the realm of conditioning, tactics, and biomechanics.
Register Here – https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4871103002355905806
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