Published on July 13th, 2014 | by admin0
“Fit For Life” Football Awards…..Elm Green School
The Annual Fit For Life Football Awards presentation at Elm Green School on the 11th July 2014.
The Fit for life awards are designed to reward the young people who frenquently attend the football sessions every Friday at Elm Green School. The hosts on the day were Jay Dhillion and Malik Ellis, who were former partcipants and have now come back to facilitate the football sessions. (Peer Mentoring).
Frequently Asked Questions
Who takes up Football?
You do hopefully! There is a different variety of people, who train at Elm Green School. We tend to attract people who want to get fit, meet new people and have fun. The average ages of the users are from seven – upwards though the age range varies considerably.
I’m really unfit – does this matter?
No. Training is geared towards what you personally can do so you don’t need to be fit to start. You will certainly get fit through regular training, we warm up by doing specific strength or fitness building exercises.
Does it hurt?
Bumps and bruises are inevitable in any sports. We don’t do hard tackling so these are kept to a minimum. More serious injuries than these are extremely rare. If you’re not at a high fitness level then you are likely to ache a day or two after your first session, but this vanishes as you continue to train.
Is it very disciplined?