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How to Avoid Athlete Dropout- CIT Sports Seminar Series 2018-2019

Tuesday 12 March 2019, 19:30 - 21:00

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How to Avoid Athlete Dropout - CIT Athletics Seminar #5 2019

Track Admin Building, CIT

7:30pm Tuesday March 12th 2019

 

 

 

 

 

CIT Athletics Club presents:

Seminar 5 of 6:  How to Avoid Athlete Dropout - Supporting Athletes from Junior to Senior Level, with Dr. Phil Kearney and Paul Byrne (Irish International Athlete)

 

 

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joe o connor fittest families

CIT Athletics Club presents: A strength and Conditioning seminar with Joe O'

Connor

Joe O'Connor is probably best known for his role as Team Manager in the TV programme: Ireland’s Fittest Family, along with his role with All-Ireland Hurling Champions, Limerick.

He is Head of Athletics Performance for Limerick GAA. However many people will not know that Joe is also an Exercise Physiology & Performance Nutrition Lecturer, at Institute of Technology Tralee. Joe is the founder of Coachpact, one of the leading strength and conditioning facilities in the country.

He has drawn up strength and conditioning programmes for elite Olympic athletes, along with many of the leading teams in the country. On January 23rd Joe will bring his strength and conditioning seminar to Cork Institute of Technology. This talk will benefit coaches and athletes of all levels.

 

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