#MoveNow Training Series – episode 1 with Nico Langmann | Paralympic Games
It’s time to breakthrough Day 1 and #MoveNow with our Training Series.
Click here for the ‘Audio guided and sign language video version’: https://youtu.be/SwNxviGnRkQ
Click here for the ‘Downloadable Training Plan’: bit.ly/3UG2Dan
Together with the International Paralympic Committee and Nico Langmann, Paralympic wheelchair tennis pro, we’ve prepared a series of accessible training drills for youngsters with disabilities, co-created by people with disabilities. Watch the video for some easy-to-follow training drills such as Arm Lifts and Speed Slalom.
In Episode 1 you’ll meet two Day 1ers; Ellie and Zach. Ellie is 15 years old and profoundly deaf, autistic with some cognitive and balance limitations. Ellie is super keen to get moving and build herself confidence. Zach is 23 years old. He has cerebral palsy and is a passionate champion and advocate for those living with disability. Zach has participated in ‘Day 1 Done’ to show more disabled people that you can achieve anything, if you put your mind to it.
Ready to take on Day 2? Click here for audio tips to help you stay motivated: bit.ly/3E3DXBD
The International Paralympic Committee’s vision is to make for an inclusive world through Para sport. Our mission is to lead the Paralympic Movement, oversee the delivery of the Paralympic Games and support members to enable Para athletes to achieve sporting excellence.
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