The third series of webinars associated with the CEV School Project will get underway this coming Thursday, December 10, with a very familiar face taking the ‘virtual floor’, Kristof De Loose of Belgium. We all have known Kristof for quite a while now and he has become some sort of an endless source of inspiration for those wishing to stay active and find ways to train even in times of coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.
Kristof, who addressed the audience at last year’s inaugural Coaches Convention in Kranjska Gora, will be discussing this very same topic on Thursday, thus providing coaches, physical education teachers and anyone else interested in joining the session with useful tips on how to stay active while exercising and training possibilities remain limited in many countries across Europe.
At the end of the day, it is important to stay in shape but to look after your mental condition as well, so Kristof will show you how to stay positive despite all challenges and constraints brought along by the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic!
“In times of coronavirus pandemic, we are all stuck at home. There are hardly any Volleyball activities left and that is a big problem. How can we still keep ourselves busy? Do not panic! Volley@Home ensures that we can still play Volleyball at home. There are always individual exercises that everyone can do and use,” Kristof says while looking forward to Thursday’s webinar. “We will make a distinction between activities for U9-U11-U13 and U15-U17-Seniors. I will address four main themes: ball handling, pass, set and spike. In total, there are 16 videos available, each one with a challenge. Stay positive, because better days are on their way!”
Registration is still open here and all those who have signed up will be receiving via email a link to the relevant Zoom call, with the session starting at 14:00 CET.
Make sure you book this slot on your agenda to grow your knowledge, feel positive and be able to relay good vibes to your students, family members or young players when Volleyball activities can finally resume at full speed!