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Where are the good trainers?

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by laura, Jul 27, 2001.

  1. laura

    laura Guest

    I have a problem.I have never had a good trainer. the first was a friendly girl who won the spanish chasmpionship but she didn't learn. The actual trainer was spanish competition too but he doesn't learn...Do you understand me?
     
  2. May

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    I thought trainers were supposed to coach u?? wut do u mean??
     
  3. Tim

    Tim Guest

    I think she means her coaches, although won championships, have never been formerly trained themselves??? or been taught to coach.
    That's my guess
     
  4. SystemicAnomaly

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    have you tried the Spanish web site at : http://www.fesba.com/
     
  5. Bob

    Bob Guest

    dear laura
    i've just come back from the EBU Summer Camp for Under 19's and can give you some names and contacts for GOOD coaches in Spain, if you tell me roughly what part of spain?
    Seville?
    Barcelona?
    Ibizia?
    I'll get back to you!!!!
     
  6. laura

    laura Guest

    I live in A Coruña(Galicia).Do you know someone here?Thanks.
     
  7. Bob

    Bob Guest

    Hi Laura
    Sorry for the delay, one the good coaches in Spain is Maguel Cardena by email I'm sure he will have a contact for you.
    He is a very good contact and experienced coach.
    His email is miguelabril@teleline.es
    Good Luck please let me know how you get on.
    Depending on your age you could apply to various EBU Coaching Camps or adult Coaching groups run by FESBA.

    Asta Luewego( my spelling is probably wrong again!)
    Bob
     

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