Please follow the link below to their website for activities planned from the end of June 2012 onwards
You can also call or email Sonya Ellis the Head Coach on 07745 616852
- The ability to move with balance and skill
increase in muscle size
There is a crucial training period between the ages of 10 and
when young athletes should be developing their basic motor skills along
with power, stamina and muscular endurance. These qualities
combine to increase a young athletes’ potential for speed.
If this period of development in a young athletes’ career is lost then they may never reach their full sporting potential.
The Cheetar™ Sprint Programme combines the knowledge and coaching experiences of experts so that young athletes can be coached to move and react with balance and power in their chosen sport.
In simple terms the following table illustrates the importance
speed trainability from a young age.
It is not a coincidence - The Olympic 100 metre champions are getting younger!
||2008 Beijing, China||21
||2004 Athens, Greece||22
||2000 Sydney, Australia||26
||1996 Atlanta, United States||28
||1992 Barcelona, Spain||32