23 Jul What is the Cost and Value of Multiple Sporting? What Can I Do to Prevent Injuries?
You are invited to join in the Athletic Recruitment Conversation with Aspire Soccer Consulting and Coach Jim Winslow! Coach Winslow’s unique insights and experience with injury prevention, multiple sporting, and the ODP program will prove invaluable in guiding your family’s decisions and unique athletic journey! What is the cost and benefit of multiple sporting? What types of injuries are problematic and how can I better protect my athlete? How does my athlete navigate the collegiate sports recruiting process?
You are invited to this FREE Event!
Hosted by: Aspire Soccer Consulting & Resources
Coffee with Coach Jim Winslow
Friday, November 21, 2014 at 9 am
Arcedium Coffee House
(60 Indiana Street, St Charles, IL)
This is your opportunity to benefit from Coach Winslow’s knowledge and expertise as Strength and Conditioning Coach at D1 University of Utah and his process understanding from a lifetime of athletic involvement. A multiple sport athlete himself playing 4 years of high school soccer and basketball (and more), Coach Winslow was recruited to play soccer by D1 Miami of Ohio where he earned his degree in Exercise Science. Coach Winslow was Assistant Head Coach at Iowa State and also worked as State ODP Coach in 3 different states (Iowa, Utah, and Illinois). Coach Jim Winslow is currently a Region 2 ODP Coach, Club Coach at Strikers FV, and Head Coach of Women’s Soccer at St Francis High School. St Francis claimed a State Championship Title in 2012 during his inaugural year. During this hour long FREE interview, learn how Coach Jim Winslowworks with athletes to prevent injury, what is the value of ODP and who should participate, and what constitutes an athlete that can play at the college level.
Suggestions – Arrive early if choosing to order breakfast or coffee.. The interview with Coach Winslow will begin at 9 am and continue until 10 amin the conference room. Time will be allowed for questions.
Aspire Soccer Consulting and Resources advocates for athletes. High School Athletes need the support of parents and advisers as they make early wise choices for school and sport. The “Window of Opportunity for Athletic Recruitment” continues to shrink as the cost of college rises. Please RSVP as space is limited.