SSWSC Fall Parenting for Success Series – Zoom Webinars
We have gone virtual with our fall 2020 SSWSC parent and athlete education presentations to provide the most accessible educational opportunities for families during this time when in-person gatherings are limited. Below are presentations that will be delivered by Zoom webinar this fall and available to all SSWSC parents and athletes. We’ll be adding some more webinars as we move closer to winter, so look for emails and follow the SSWSC website for updates.Please register in advance for these webinars so we can keep you updated with any information for attendees.
Women in Sport: A Panel Discussion on Sport and Health for Female Athletes 14 and Up and their Parents - Presented by UCHealth
Wednesday, October 21, 6:30 PM - Register for the Zoom Webinar HERE
Each of our panelists will present on the topic of the female athlete triad and relative energy imbalance from the perspective of their practice, then engage in a discussion with questions and answers from online participants. Please submit questions for our panelists to Dave Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org to start to guide the discussion during this webinar
Sports Nutrition with Nutritionist and Dietitian Cara Marrs, RDN - Presented by UCHealth
Wednesday, November 4, 6:30 PM - Register for the Zoom Webinar HERE
Nutrition is a too-often overlooked but critical component of athletic development, performance and overall well-being. Cara is a Steamboat-based nutritionist and dietitian with years of experience working with athletes and educating on the topic. Look for more information on this webinar presentation later in October.
Dr. Maria Newton: Considerations for Optimizing the Development of Your Youth Sport Athlete
Tuesday, November 10 6-7:15 PM - Register for the Zoom Webinar HERE
Dr. Maria Newton is Director of Graduate Studies in Health-Kinesiology at the University of Utah and a distinguished author and researcher in the areas of positive development of youth in sport. Maria’s presentation will focus on the parent’s role in creating the optimal climate to support healthy, active, long-term engagement of youth in sport.