Junior Athletes and the process of learning…

The process of learning as a junior athlete should be ongoing. Well done to Cooper here, this was a great birthday PB! 

We worked a little on how to hold Cooper’s spine in neutral during a squat in this session. SOme people are a fan of belts, some are not. I use them as a technical cueing help with some. In this case the difference to see in Cooper’s power from the bottom to the top of the squat was excellent! 

The process of learning

The process of learning as a junior athlete should be ongoing. Well done to Cooper here, this was a great birthday PB! We worked a little on how to hold Cooper's spine in neutral during a squat in this session. SOme people are a fan of belts, some are not. I use them as a technical cueing help with some. In this case the difference to see in Cooper's power from the bottom to the top of the squat was excellent! Well done Cooper, you always put your best into the gym, really proud of what you have achieved the past year! #juniorathletedevelopment #dotheworkandrewardswillcome #caribeaeswimmingclub

Posted by Vector Health on Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Well done Cooper, you always put your best into the gym, really proud of what you have achieved the past year! 

#juniorathletedevelopment#dotheworkandrewardswillcome#caribeaeswimmingclub

#VHAP Owner and Head Coach Glenn Hansen

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