Most (Czech Republic) – Martina Krocova prepared a training experience for kindergarten children during the first ever summer training camp held in the local badminton training center Super Stars in the town of Most.
This first training experience within the Badminton Academy for AMA School was the first real sporting experience for many of these kids. Training consisted of a lot of movement exercises and various fun games were held for the children and these were a good introduction toward the world’s fastest racket sport.
The youngest of the children were actually only two years old and the event was part of Lukas Kroc Badminton Academy project.
As from September, cooperation with the AMA School and the elementary school starts again. At moment, the Lukas Kroc Badminton Academy is ready to expanded and integrate with other school facilities.
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