Physiotherapist from Institut Sukan Negara (ISN) demonstrating basic taping.
Group photo of students & athletes at MAPCU Sports Workshop: Athletes Development.
MAPCU Sports Workshop: Athletes Development second session conducted by Pn Fatynah, a trainer from Institut Sukan Negara (ISN).
UOW Malaysia KDU University College collaborated with Institut Sukan Negara (ISN) and Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities (MAPCU) to conduct MAPCU Sports Workshop: Athletes Development. Held at the Silent Room of UOW Malaysia KDU University College, this workshop was part of a learning series and an excellent way to educate, motivate, and inspire action amongst individuals from sport or the community at large.
MAPCU Sports Workshop: Athletes Development covered the two main areas in athletes’ development which includes the introduction to basic taping, sports massages and physical activity health. The workshop was conducted by a certified trainer from Institut Sukan Negara (ISN). Each workshop was carefully designed to activate quality sport and physical activity delivery, highlighting best practices, research, and experience of athletes.
During the workshop, athletes were granted opportunities to learn basic taping method for injury prevention and perform sport massages in different movements and techniques from a physiotherapist from Institut Sukan Negara (ISN).
On the other hand, during the physical activity health session that was handled by Puan Fatynah, a trainer from Institut Sukan Negara (ISN), she provided them with valuable information on how to perform these physical activities and tips on how physical activity can reduce the risk of many chronic conditions during play sports. The MAPCU Sports Workshop: Athletes Development ended by 5:00pm, enriched the skills among the participants and made them realize the need of having the skills in basic taping and sport massages.
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