Coaching Workshops

Freestyle Now can offer its clients a choice of coaching workshops in BMX, skateboarding and scooters. Freestyle Now promotes inclusiveness and this is why all three disciplines are catered for. These workshop sessions are more than just helping teach skills, youth engagement is one of the other main key factors in the coaching workshops.These workshops are fun, informative and motivational. The squad members let the participants ride at their own level and encourage progression. All our instructors are very easy going and relate to the participants well.

Our workshops cover all aspects of the sports, as well as equipment maintenance and personal safety issues. All equipment is checked prior to the participant’s involvement to make sure that it is in a safe condition and minor repairs or adjustments can be made if necessary. We do, however, reserve the right to not permit a participant to attend the workshop if we feel that their equipment does not meet safety requirements.

Freestyle Now also offers private coaching session with our squad members. These sessions can cater for 1 to 3 participants in either BMX, scooter or skateboard and are generally one to two hours long. Cost is on application, for more information contact Freestyle Now.

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Freestyle Now coaching workshops cater for all disciplines, BMX, skateboard, scooter.
Clockwise from top left – With step by step instructions to break it down into easy terms so it makes it very easy to understand for the participants – All ages are catered for, with the understanding that younger participants require more attention so our team ensures they provide instructions in a manner which younger participants can understand – Showing how the tricks are done and starting with the basics so that the learning process keeps the participants engaged – Maintenance of equipment is important and showing the participants how to keep their equipment maintained is just as important as learning new trick skills.

Freestyle Now coaching workshop key factors are

  • Excellent management skills
  • Skills development
  • The importance of skatepark  etiquette
  • Youth engagement
  • Inclusiveness of all ages and disciplines
  • Able to facilitate to any age
  • Provision of positive peer networks
  • Emphasis on safety equipment

For more information contact Freestyle Now today. To see where our next session is please check our coming events page here

The potential outcomes from Freestyle Now coaching workshop sessions are listed below.

Beginners

  • Confidence building
  • Understanding balance
  • The interaction of body movement with their scooter/skateboard/bicycle
  • Understanding equipment, care and repair
  • Building acceptance of other disciplines
  • Knowledge of safety equipment
  • Skatepark safety and use
  • Skatepark etiquette
  • Dropping into and jumping out of ramps safely
  • Explaining the dynamics of basic tricks
  • Sharing of this information with their parent or guardian to enhance their young ones understanding

Intermediate

  • Understanding equipment, care and repair
  • Skatepark etiquette
  • Knowledge of safety equipment
  • Skatepark safety and use
  • Explaining the mechanics of tricks
  • Assisting to improve their riding quality
  • Different ideas and styles to help improve their riding
  • Building acceptance of other disciplines
  • Youth engagement

Advanced

  • Knowledge of safety equipment
  • Understanding equipment, care and repair
  • Understanding the dynamics of complex tricks
  • Different ideas and styles to help improve their riding
  • Enhancing existing skill sets by adding new dimensions
  • Building acceptance of other disciplines

Youth engagement

  • Self confidence in being themselves
  • Understanding the importance of positive peer networks
  • Helping them feel valued and part of a community
  • Offering positive role models
  • Involvement and cultivation of their interest in activity

Please give the below video’s a watch and educate yourself in skatepark etiquette so that all users at the skatepark will have a rad experience.

Give the below video a watch to help understand the difference between a certified and non certified helmet as to what Shaun was talking about in the skatepark etiquette presentation video

 

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