BOXERS: THE WAY BACK FROM COVID
We are delighted to offer the following webinar in our series of online workshops: ‘The way back from Covid’ scheduled for Thursday 3rd December 2020, 7:00pm – 8:00pm. This 1 hour webinar will be facilitated by James Austin, Performance Psychologist for Grey Matters Performance.
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Summary: Strategies for boxers on staying motivated and engaged during Covid Restrictions so that they are ready to return to training and competition.
THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR 18 YEARS OLDS AND OVER ONLY!. An additional workshop will be arranged for Under 18s at a later date.
During this period where many of us are spending a majority of our time at home due to the outbreak Covid19 and less time within our clubs training, as a boxer you may become very disillusioned with thoughts of ‘why bother to train’, ‘what is the point’? or ‘how will I compete and get back to training when this finally lift’?
James will discuss some key strategies which will help you to stay motivated during this time, to enable you to stay connected to your club, your training and ultimately your goal of competing when restrictions lift and our normal can resume.
James’ presentation will last approximately 40 minutes, followed by a Q&A session where participants will be given the opportunity to interact directly with James.
Please note that this workshop is only for IABA Affiliated club boxers who are over the age of 18. An additional workshop will be arranged for under 18s at a later date.
HOW TO REGISTER
To register for the workshop and for further details please click on the Eventbrite URL below. Once you have registered for the workshop you will be provided with workshop login details within 24 hours. The workshop will take place via Zoom.
Boxers – The Way Back From Covid19
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions on any of the above. Please don’t forget to make any online learning suggestions to myself by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling me on 07885 467208. All suggestions are very welcome and greatly appreciated.