Presentations for Peak Performance

Sport Manitoba’s P-Series brings together experts from a variety of fields to educate athletes, coaches, and parents on health, training, and sport performance.

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Get started with our $25 one-month trial offer! You can test out our cushy new track, enjoy floor to ceiling windows, lift some weights and sample up to eight classes including yoga, HIIT, spin, cardio, strength and more!  There is nothing to cancel when your trial ends!

Summer Camp 2019

Our multi-sport camps are developed by a team of Sport Manitoba activity leaders and Sport Performance Specialists. Camp activities are tailored to the age group’s stage in the athlete development cycle. We feature a variety of activities that promote and develop key athletic attributes such as confidence, teamwork, sport science knowledge, functional foundations, and multi-sport skills.

In-Season Training

This program is designed for athletes (13-21 yrs old) living in the East part of the province, who have a background in competitive sport(s, who may benefit from doing in-season mobility, including strength and core exercises to aid in recovery from practice and competition.

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1. Puberty changes everything. 2. Youth training sessions and practices are more about establishing fundamentals and routines, just as much so as they are about creating adaptation. 3. Youth should see continued and linear gains and improvement in strength and general athletic attributes.

With busy lives, it is very hard for parents to keep their children active. The World Health Organization recommends a minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity per day. Parents sometimes do not know how to make their kids more active, or what sport their kids will like.

By Jordan Koroll, Sport Manitoba’s Coach/Athlete Development Coordinator - East

Warming up for physical activity is a common and well-known practice. Every athlete has at some point been instructed by a coach to run a lap before the game or to stretch it out before the first inning starts, and the list goes on.

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