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“Nadeem from SMART Way Forward recently delivered a coach development workshop to 20 of our athletics coaches at Bishops Stortford Running Club. The workshop was entitled ‘Planning for endurance performance’ with an emphasis on learning the essential running skills and drills required to help athletes improve results and stay injury free. We all found the workshop incredibly useful and motivating, and we will now put theory into practice to ensure we get the best from all our coaches and athletes at every training session and competition. Thanks Nadeem!”
Tim Kelly
UKA L2 Endurance Coach, Bishops Stortford Running Club

21 October 2011

SMART Way Forward causes a racket with England Squash

England Squash and Racketball

England Squash and Racketball have chosen SMART Way Forward to deliver a series of coaching development workshops at regional and national level.

The workshops have been specifically designed to help coaches further enhance their skills to inspire and motivate the next generation of talented players.

Nadeem Shaikh, managing director of SMART Way Forward, will be delivering a workshop at the England Squash and Racketball National Conference at Lilleshall National Sports Centre, Shropshire on the 19-20 December 2011, focusing on the “Effective Personal Development of Sports Coaches”.

England Squash and Racketball Elite Coach Development Manager, Paul Carter said: “We are delighted to have Nadeem speaking at our National Conference. I have personally known Nadeem for some time now and seen how successful he is at developing athletes from grassroots through to national and international level.”

For more information about the England Squash and Racketball National Conference please visit http://www.englandsquashandracketball.com

 

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