Nathan Parnham to host Newcastle Permanent Online Training Series webinar

October 18th, 2021

Nathan Parnham will host the next Newcastle Permanent Online Training Series webinar.

The strength and conditioning specialist and author of The Sporting Parent will speak to parents of youth players about the difference between structured and unstructured play, simplifying their child’s training week and taking ownership and the implications of their actions on the sideline.

The webinar will be held on Wednesday 27 October at 7pm.

Parnham, from Brisbane, has enjoyed a career working in amateur and professional sport for almost two decades. This has included setting up a number of successful athletic development programs in government and private high schools across Australia.

In doing so he has proven his worth and versatility, with Parnham one of a select few to not only progress into elite professional sport but do so across genders, working in the NRL and with the Australia Women’s 7s team.

Register HERE.

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