NFABD hope participants benefit from lessons
Thursday, February 9, 2017
The participants in a group photo. – KHAIRIL HASSAN
THE National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam (NFABD) called the participants who successfully completed the physiology course organised by NFABD with the collaboration of the High Commission of Singapore to seize the opportunity and apply into practice what they learnt in schools, clubs and associations.
Rosdin Abdul Aziz, Acting General Secretary of NFABD, said the three-day course covered numerous topics including practical exercises which have been taught by Dr Abdul Rashid Aziz, an established expert in Sports Medicine and Physiology at the Singapore Sports Institute.
“What is interesting about this course which is being organised for the first time is how to go about their football training while observing the month of Ramadhan,” said Rosdin during the closing ceremony of the course yesterday at the NFABD House.
The acting general secretary noted the big challenge of conducting training during the month of Ramadhan.
The course will enable the participants to make use of what they learnt when they conduct football training during the month of Ramadhan.
He added that the physiology course is held early in the year before the start of the national football leagues, the Super League and Premier League as well as the District League.
He also hoped that the teachings and experiences gained from the course will benefit several associations, departments, schools as well as football clubs.
The objective of the short course is to better equip the participants in new training strategies and concepts that football players face during Ramadhan.