#RowMoJo & @rowconference are working together to help get more teenage girls into #ROWING!
Both focussing on some of the issues teenage girls experience as they engage with competitive sport:
- Physical Literacy
- Training & Periods
- Breast Health & Sports Bras
- Physical movement & the ‘robust’ athlete
- The Female Traid & hormonal effects
- Diet & Body Image
- Rowing & the ‘glass ceiling’
Win a FREE place at The Rowers’ Conference & meet some of the speakers*!!!
Every purchaser of #ROWMoJo manuals before Jan 5th will be entered into a PRIZE draw to win a place at:
The Rowers’ Conference – Book tickets HERE
The conference and #ROWMoJo manual draws on a range of experts including:
- Dame Katherine Grainger DBE,
- Annamarie Phelps CBE
- Dr Nicola Brown
- Georgie Bruinvels
- Wendy Davies
- Conny Draper
- Jess Eddie
- Jackie Forsyth
- Sarah-Jane Macdonald
- Dr Ciara O’Hagan
MoJoManuals – a series of ‘kitbag’ manuals – to help teenage girls (teachers, coaches, parents), who are starting out in competitive sport to develop greater body confidence in parallel with sport-related skills. MoJoManuals are predicated on ‘Physical Literacy’ & effective movement skills. They cover a wide range of issues which impact how girls engage/drop out of sport including; Diet & Hydration, Periods, Anxiety, Body Image, Breast Health, Core Stability, Resistance Training . . & Fear of Failure.
*Meet the speakers – Due to time pressures on the day, The Rowers’ Conference nor WSNet can guarantee which speakers the winner will meet but rest assured you will have ‘back stage’ access and the chance to meet key people!