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Athlete Development

4 Steps to Success in Lawn Bowls

Improvement of your own performance requires you to understand what the champions deliver in competitive game performance in each of the 4 Steps and set that level as at least a minimum goal.4stepslogo

The 4 Steps are:

1. Strategic Competence
2. Technical Excellence
3. Emotional and Mental Discipline
4. Physical Fitness

Each Step has its own volume and seminars will be run throughout the year.

Goal orientation of your competitive, mental, physical and technical future is essential to achieve improvement in this program. You need to measure your own levels of performance first before you dash off in pursuit. There will be a gap between the Champions performance and your own. This is the improvement you need to achieve. You then need to set your goals for short term, medium term and long term achievement.

Register today for a clinic near you: www.bowlsbc.com/register

* Note: The Pacific Indoor Bowls Club will be hosting a 4 Steps Clinic Saturday April 15th that seminar will cost $50 instead of the usual $40.

 


Bowls Canada LTAD Program

Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) is a movement to make sport and physical activity better, so more Canadians will get quality training, moBowls A sport for Lifere will continue participating, and more will reach the medals podium.

Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is the CS4L pathway for developing top-rank athletes and increasing overall participation in sport and physical activity. It includes guidelines for training, competition and recovery based on principles of human development and maturation.

LTAD considers the best interests of the athlete, not the goals of coaches or parents who might simply want to win at all costs. LTAD is built on sport science and best practices in coaching from around the world.

Bowls Canada Boulingrin, in partnership with Sport Canada, has developed a bowls specific LTAD framework that aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete���s career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in Lawn Bowls and as an athlete.

The LTAD can be found here: http://www.bowlscanada.com/en/programs/ltad.html