Date/Time
26/09/2020 - 24/10/2020
All Day
Event Name

RAP Online Seminar Series 2
Description

For paddlers and their coaches For all paddlesport enthusiasts

We haven’t had our usual summer of camaraderie and competition this year.  Hopefully, most of us have found a way onto the water and been able to maintain our health and fitness creatively.  For learning and group interactions, meeting online has become our norm and I have been enjoying holding remote courses and seminars in lieu of the in-person clinics that usually fill my time.  Autumn is coming which is a time where we typically shift from a lot of racing to more of a learning and development mindset; so maybe things will seem a little more normal to us paddlers.

Our activities on the water will return to normal someday, hopefully soon, and spending this interim time solidifying skills and gathering new ideas has allowed me to stay excited about our eventual return. Perhaps this seminar series will help do the same for you.

This online seminar series is composed of five seminars, one per week, on different topics lead by different experts. Each will be held twice to help suit different schedules and time zones.

**** If you have a 2020 Spring Camp credit (Newport or Arizona) you would like to use, please enter SpringCamp2020 in the coupon code field at checkout****

Date/Time
04/10/2020 - 25/10/2020
12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Name

Dragon Boat Canada Competitive Coaching Course (Level 2) **Online**
Description

This course is intended for anyone coaching competitive crews training on the water twice a week or more during the on-water season; crews that have performance as a primary focus at the events they attend. After this course, coaches will have the tools to develop a year-round on-water training program including, advanced technical instruction, principles of training, mental preparation, testing and selection, and much much more.

You can find the course outline by clicking here

PREREQUISITES: Coaching Community Dragon Boat Certified (includes DBC course and successful evaluation of assignment).

For certification, in addition to attending this course, the candidate must hold a small craft operators license (BOATsmart link, discount code: CSB790) and First Aid Level One and complete an assignment.

Date: Sundays: October 4th, 11th & 25th

Time: 12:30-5:00 pm PST each day (Vancouver time)

Location: Live and interactive online

*New to online platforms?  Don’t worry, there will be a scheduled time for a systems check to make sure you’re ready to participate for the course.

Cost: $315 + 5% GST

Manuals will be mailed to participants.  There may be an additional mailing charge for non-Canadians.  If mail service is restricted, receipt of the manual may be delayed.  Reference to the manual during the course is not required.

**** If you have a 2020 Spring Camp credit you would like to use, please enter the coupon code SpringCamp2020 at checkout****

Date/Time
24/10/2020
10:30 am - 7:45 pm
Event Name

Seminar 5: Shifting Athletes from Reproductive to Productive Learning: Mike’s Rules to Creating Your Best Stroke
Description

Saturday October 24

Two times, come to whichever suits:

  • 10:30 am PST
  • 6:30 pm PST

75 min.

Login links will be sent to registrants.  Platform is RingCentral.

Meeting rooms open 20 min before start time.

If you have a spring camp 2020 credit you’d like to use, please use coupon code SpringCamp2020

Date/Time
20/11/2020 - 04/12/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Name

3 Workshops: How to Build a Winter Dryland Training Program for Improved Paddling Performance
Description
Date/Time
20/11/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Name

Training Principles: Foundations of Exercise Programming
Description
Date/Time
23/11/2020 - 09/12/2020
All Day
Event Name

Recordings: 3 Workshops: How to Build a Winter Dryland Training Program for Improved Paddling Performance
Description
Date/Time
27/11/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Name

Muscles of Movement & Stabilization for Paddling Stroke Forces
Description
Date/Time
04/12/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Name

Dryland Program Planning: A Balancing Act Supported By Training Principles
Description