ASDC co­or­di­na­tor sees good value

Medicine Hat News - - SPORTS - Kristina Se­gall

If you were to ask me what I thought of on­line shop­ping, I would re­spond that I pre­fer to shop lo­cal but the best fea­ture of on­line shop­ping is the re­views.

Be­fore you buy a prod­uct, you can read hun­dreds of re­views. Some good, some bad but all re­veal the truth of the qual­ity and func­tion of the prod­uct. In to­day’s so­ci­ety we want a high qual­ity prod­uct for an af­ford­able price.

I’m here to tell you that the Al­berta Sport Devel­op­men Cen­tre’s ser­vices are very af­ford­able and pro­vide the su­pe­rior ser­vice you need to com­pete at the next level.

How many min­utes af­ter a com­pe­ti­tion do you need to con­sume nu­tri­ents to re­pair your mus­cles? If you do not know this an­swer, come see us. We of­fer sports nu­tri­tion for teams ($150/ses­sion) and in­di­vid­u­als ($40/ses­sion). Kim­ber­lee Brooks, our sports di­eti­cian, teaches you about com­pe­ti­tion nu­tri­tion, travel nu­tri­tion, hy­dra­tion, sup­ple­ments, and much more.

Last year we sur­veyed our ath­letes, and 92 per cent of them said they had bet­ter and much bet­ter knowl­edge of sports nu­tri­tion af­ter their ses­sions with Kim­ber­lee.

How are you out­work­ing your com­pe­ti­tion? What are you do­ing to make your­self faster and stronger than your com­peti­tors? We of­fer team dry­land strength and con­di­tion­ing ($75 per team ses­sion) and for in­di­vid­u­als ($40/ses­sion). These ses­sions are tai­lored to meet your needs and are led by our strength and con­di­tion­ing coaches, Ed Stiles or Alex Gra­ham. Both of our train­ers will help you im­prove your sport per­for­mance through your tai­lored work­outs. All of our ath­letes rated their strength and con­di­tion­ing knowl­edge as vastly im­proved af­ter ses­sions with our strength and con­di­tion­ing ex­perts.

Work with our men­tal skills trainer, Court­ney March­esin, to learn about men­tal strength, proper goal set­ting tools and tech­niques, com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, and much more. We of­fer sports psy­chol­ogy for teams ($150/ses­sion) and for in­di­vid­u­als ($40/ses­sion). When sur­veyed, 100 per cent of our ath­letes con­firmed that they use men­tal tools, skills or in­for­ma­tion when they train or com­pete. Ninety-two per cent of them said they had bet­ter and much bet­ter knowl­edge of men­tal skills af­ter their ses­sions with Court­ney.

We have an in­cred­i­bly ta­lented team who can help you achieve your goals and dreams in your sport. Ath­letes say af­ter ses­sions with ASDC in strength and con­di­tion­ing, nu­tri­tion and men­tal skills that their sport per­for­mance was bet­ter and much bet­ter than be­fore at­tend­ing our train­ing ses­sions. My team and I work are hon­oured to work with the top ath­letes emerg­ing in Medicine Hat, Brooks and sur­round­ing area.

The Al­berta Sport De­vel­op­ment Cen­tre – South­east be­lieves that by work­ing to­gether as ath­letes, coaches, par­ents, and or­ga­ni­za­tions, we can cre­ate the best ath­letes in our prov­ince. The main pur­pose of the ASDC net­work is to co­or­di­nate and en­hance ser­vices avail­able to Al­berta’s emerg­ing ath­letes and coaches.

Kristina Se­gall is the co­or­di­na­tor of the Al­berta Sport De­vel­op­ment Cen­tre- South­east and she would love to hear from you and chat with you about the ASDC-SE pro­grams and ser­vices. She can be reached via email at ksegall@mhc.ab.ca and via phone at 403-504-3547.

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