By Eric Sondheimer | Varsity Times Insider | LA Times reporters blog about high school sports across the Southland
March 29, 2010 | 12:15 pm -- All Los Angeles Unified School District coaches are eligible to attend an athletic training clinic set for Saturday, April 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Arleta High, 14200 Van Nuys Boulevard, Arleta, CA.
Also, coaches from other Los Angeles schools are welcome to attend.
The cost is $10 for the clinic that also includes a free ticket to the Los Angeles Sparks' home opener on May 28. The clinic, sponsored by the Los Angeles Sparks, focuses on skills for high school coaches, including injury prevention, proper stretching techniques and nutrition.
Registration can be done here/or following
from the LA Sparks website
The clinics will focus on basic skills for high school coaches including injury prevention and care, proper stretching techniques, nutrition and much more. The involvement of Select Physical Therapy to present these clinics illustrates their commitment to promoting well-being and ensuring that athletes compete safely and reach their highest potential.
- The first clinic that was to be held on March 20th from 9am-12pm at the Santee Educational Complex in downtown Los Angeles was canceled.
- All who registered for the March 20th clinic should plan to attend the clinic on April 10th from 1-4pm at Arleta HS in the San Fernando Valley. [map/address/directions]
All LAUSD High School Coaches and those at LAUSD affiliated Charter High Schools are eligible to attend. The cost is $10, which includes materials and a ticket to the Sparks Home Opener on May 28th at 7:30pm. All proceeds from registration fees will go towards LAUSD Athletic programs.
In addition to basic athletic training instruction, participants will also receive an Injury Hotline Information Card that will give them access to reach Sparks Head Athletic Trainer Courtney Watson with questions or concerns that may arise during their athletic events.
CLICK HERE to register for a clinic!
CLICK HERE to download the Clinic registration form.
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