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Educational Glorax Life programs for young sportsmen

On the initiative of the head of the Glorax group Andrei Birzhin, a series of educational programs for young promising athletes was launched. Leaders of Glorax Life team will share their experience with the future champions.

In June, the master class Glorax Life for young swimmers and their parents was held in largest fitness center “Olymp” (Hotkovo).

35-year-old master of sports in swimming Andrey Kurnosov, participant of the championships of Russia, the Universiade, the Youth Olympic Games, the European and world cups, took it. Since 2013, he participates in world championships in the category “Masters”. The current schedule of competitions of the sportsman makes 7-8 large world championships in a year and more than ten intermediate check starts. Under the flag of Glorax Life the sportsman won a series of international competitions, set national records and brought to Russia sets of gold medals.

As part of the master class, the champion conducted a full training, corrected the technique of swimmers, shared the secrets of the training process and gave coaching recommendations. During the meeting with parents, Andrey demonstrated the actual professional swimmer equipment set, told about the specifics of swimming in open water. The most interesting part of meeting was the story of victories in international competitions.

The athlete was pleasantly surprised by the high level of qualification of young athletes and their desire to improve in their favorite sport, characteristic more for sports schools than for the fitness segment.

“There are all conditions to get high results in swimming in “Olymp”. They are an equipped pool, professional approach of the trainers, and comprehensive support of parents, and most importantly – the high motivation of children, “- said Andrei Kurnosov.

According to the top management of the group, same master classes will be fixed as an part of the training process, and support programs will be planned for the most promising young athletes.

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