Good Instructors translate into better athletes
TIJUANA, Mexico, August 21, 2012 – The International Level I
Coaches Course continue in Tijuana, Mexico where participants
from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and
Nicaragua are benefitting from the experience of instructors
Argelio Hernandez of Cuba and Eduardo Bellman of Argentina.
“It is very important for all the participants to learn from
these well experienced instructors,” Yoana Mota, vice director
of the FIVB Regional Development Centre in Dominican Republic,
“The coaches from those six countries do have a real
The Level I Coaches Course includes theoretical and practical
sessions and is being addressed at the High Performance Center
of Baja California in Tijuana.
“We are hosting as many courses and seminars as we firmly
believe that good instructors translate into better athletes,”
Saul Castro Verdugo, Director of Baja California Sport and
Physical Culture Institute, said.
The theoretical clinics include the basics of good training
methods, modern techniques of the game and strategy.
Since last year, the FIVB Regional Development Center in
Dominican Republic has expanded its umbrella to cover more
countries and thus facilitating the access to the courses and
seminars organized with the support of NORCECA Confederation and
the International Volleyball Federation.