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03-08-2012, 04:30 PM #1
Badminton spring break training program for age 6-18 in vancouver, bc - march 2012
VANCOUVER BADMINTON SPRING CAMP RENFREW COMMUNITY CENTER MARCH 2012
Call 604-257-8388 to register!
CAMP 1 - Start on March 12, 2012 at Windermere High School Gymn
CAMP 2 - Start on March 19, 2012 at Renfrew Community Center
WE HAVE A PIZZA PARTY ON THE LAST DAY OF THE CLASS! LOTS OF FUN FOR THE KIDS AND STUDENTS WILL LEARN DIRECTLY FROM A PROFESSIONAL COACH WITH MORE THAN 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE, AND CAN TEACH UP TO JUNIOR NATIONAL PLAYERS.
We will take maximum of 8 students. Birds will be supplied, rackets will be supply if needed. The training is 75 minutes long and students can stay behind to play an additional 30 minutes minute free of charge.
We will have a badminton fun party + tournament +foods + prizes on the last day of the lessons. Please call in early to register and save your spot.
The program will be coach by a professional badminon coach - Richard Your Badminton Coach. Richard is a Level III NCCP coach and will able to help to bring your kids game to the next level.
Richard will teach Asian Techniques: Proper Clearing Action, Proper Smashing Action, Drop Shot from rear court, Drive and proper grippings, Posture and positioning, Foowork and ready step, Net drop and Net Kill, Single games strategy and tactics.
The program will be customized depend on the level of the group. Each group is different.
KID/YOUTH BEGINNER BADMINTON PROGRAM (6-16 year old)
Learn the basic foundation of badminton techniques and footwork from a badminton professional coach. The program introduces the basic racquet skills, movement, and coordination required for badminton. There are a number of activities offered to improve the kids understanding of the game. Participants will learn basic forehand, backhand, serve, and rules. (Each lesson include extra 30 minutes of play time) The program is being coach by Richard. Richard had competed in the Canadian Badminton Open for 2002 & 2003, and has over 25 years of playing experience and over 10 years of coaching experience.
Time Begin: Mon-Fri 9:00-10:15 am
YOUTH Advance Beginner/Low Intermediate
BADMINTON PROGRAM (7-17 year old)
Learn the basic foundation of badminton techniques and footwork from a badminton professional coach. In this program, children learn the basic overhead strokes, like smash, clear, serves and net play. Half court games will improve court movement and basic strokes. More movement and consistency with the basics skills will be worked in this program. Players will concentrate on development of technique, drills, strategy, and games preparing players for competition.
Time Begin: Monday-Friday 10:20-11:35 am
YOUTH INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCE BADMINTON PROGRAM (7-17 year old)
Once children/youth have achieved the basic skills, they will find more challenges at this level. More movement and consistency with the basic skills will be worked in this program. Strategy for singles, doubles, as well as footwork drills is the focus of the lessons. Players will concentrate on development of technique, drills, strategy, and games preparing players for competition. The program is being coach by Richard. Richard had competed in the Canadian Badminton Open for 2002 & 2003, and has over 25 years of playing experience and over 10 years of coaching experience.
Time Begin: Monday-Friday 11:40-12:55 am
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
PLEASE CALL IN 604-257-8388 to register.
Richard - Your Coach
PLEASE REGISTER EARLY TO SAVE YOUR SPOTS!
SPRING BREAK BADMINTON TRAINING IN VANCOUVER, BC. PLAYERS FROM RICHMOND, BURNABY AND OTHER AREAS ARE WELCOME TO JOIN!
03-17-2012, 04:50 PM #2
Camp 2 - Renfrew Community Center
9 AM - Beginner Camp - Some Space available
10:20 Intermediate Camp - 2 spots available
11:40 High Intermediate/Advance Camp - 4 spots available.
Please call Renfrew community Center to register to save your spots.
Class Start next week on Monday March 19th, 2012.
2929 22 Avenue East Vancouver, BC V5M 2Y3
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