BMX project pretends to promote education in and through sport with special focus on skills development, with emphasis in coach training to improve the quality of sport career development and safety of young athletes. In this sense, the International Seminar on Training Safe aims to contribute to the knowledge and dissemination of best practices in training. Conferences, round tables and workshops are programmed to deal with diferent aspects of safety as the adequacy of loads, first aids or the evaluation of training.
Opening with Alexandre Almedia (Portugal) and Rafa Izquierdo (Spain)
"BMX trainning needs: what makes a rider being a champion"
Celia Marcén (Spain)
Round Table with coaches:
Moderator: Pablo Bascuas (Spain).
Rafael Izquierdo (Spain)
Karl Naja (Malta)
Peter Hencl (Slovakia)
"Functional movement assessment in sport participants"
Juan Rabal (Spain)
"First aids in sports"
"Determinants in athletic development: childhood-adolescence"
Noel Marcén (Spain)
Round Table with athletes Moderator: Sandija Zalupe (Latvia).
Participants: BMX Training to Win Ambassadors from Spain, Portugal, Slovakia and Latvia
"Injury prevention in BMX"
Jorge Gil (Spain)
Olaf Lakucs (Latvia)
/ Keynote Speakers
Noel Marcén Cinca (Spain)
PhD in Sport Science. Master in Sport Performance (Inefc Barcelona). CSCS–NSCA. Lecturer and researcher in San Jorge Universityin outdoor sports and performance.
Olafs Lakucs (Latvia)
President of the Latvian Cycling Federation, Coach of the National Team of Latvia and Manager of the National Team of Latvia . Bachelor degree in a program of Senior Coach in BMX and Sports Teacher. Several medals as trainer on World and European Championships,
Juan Rabal Pelay (Spain)
Sport and health scientist in Universidad San Jorge. Strength and conditioning coach of sport players in different modalities
Celia Marcén Muñio (Spain)
PhD in Psychology and Sociology, graduated in political science and sociology and MBA in Sport Management. Lecturer and researcher at San Jorge University and has published several scientific papers on social sciencies applied to health and sport