Posted: Mon, 03 Apr 2017 15:59 by Miss Michelle Morris
After months and months of training and covering 465 miles to date the final 20 mile long run was completed on Sunday at Oakley. I had the pleasure of being kept company by the Ampthill and Flitwick Flyers Running Club Chairman, Paul Owen who also kept me true to my plan so I could finish the last 4 miles strong and in a good place. I was so looking forward to finishing the last 20 mile run but now...
Posted: Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:42 by Abi Bond
We are proud of what we as a County Sports Partnership, with our partners, achieved in 2016 to improve club facilities and sporting opportunities in Bedford & Luton. Here's the highlights:
The DCMS Sporting Future Strategy had just been launched and the sector was digesting the new direction of travel. We helped people to burn off their extra mince pies with a big Workplace Challenge...
Posted: Thu, 01 Dec 2016 16:16 by Abi Bond
Coaching in an Active Nation: The Coaching Plan for England aims to shake up the way we think about and deliver coaching.
With figures showing a third all of people who don't play sport saying that a coach would encourage them to start, redefining what it means to coach is one of the important first steps. Good coaches inspire people to get active and stay active –...
Posted: Fri, 25 Nov 2016 15:22 by Miss Michelle Morris
As part of the Women and Coaching Project; Reach into teamBEDS&LUTON the County Sport Partnership awarded Dunstable Road Runners (DRR) a bursary to help support 2 of their female runners become run leaders. The running club implemented a beginners running programme; couch to 5k over a 10 week period to encourage more runners to join the running club and get involved. The impact was overwhelming...
Posted: Wed, 03 Aug 2016 16:05 by Miss Michelle Morris
As a female coaching is probably not a role you would have ever considered or thought you would be good at. Well you are wrong as anyone can coach not just males. You carry out coaching on a daily basis with the mentoring and support you provide work colleagues, friends and family as a female.
Why should you consider becoming a coach, leader or role model in your community?
1. It is social and fun