NPO Mie Prefecture Lifelong Sports Association
[A new gymnastics class opens in Toin Town] Let’s overcome the weaknesses of mat exercise at “Kuroken Mat Juku”
Held an enrollment campaign for children in Toin Town, Kuwana City, Yokkaichi City, and Inabe City
The program “Kuroken Mat Juku” jointly developed by the specified non-profit organization Mie Lifelong Sports Association (Tsu City, Mie Prefecture, Chairman Shohei Takeda) and acrobat coach Kenta Kuroda (Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture) will be held on June 8th. The school will open on Thursday. In addition, an enrollment campaign will be held until the end of July due to the opening of the new school.
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/113789/37/resize/d113789-37-77dc66c5dc7fda50d7e8-0.jpg&s3=113789-37-b30e14b4795075827b8bb090cc3e073e-1280×853.jpg] Exercise on the mat develops flexibility, balance and agility in various movements of the body, which can help prevent injuries and improve performance. In addition, since mat exercise is implemented in elementary school physical education, many voices were heard that they wanted to learn basic techniques. Therefore, the final goal of “Kuroken Mat Juku” is “beautiful handstand forward roll”.
In the 30-step progression criteria up to the handstand forward roll, basic events such as forward rolls, backward rolls, and side rolls are included. Advancement exams are held in every class, so you can keep your motivation high and progress steadily.
Practice frequency is once a week (three times a month), and you can feel free to join us.
Now, as we are recruiting new members due to the opening of the new school, we will hold a membership campaign. We are looking forward to welcoming you on this occasion.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/113789/37/resize/d113789-37-cbb7c74bda51745ad511-1.png&s3=113789-37-1f9d23e37f1eafd0205bd5bbb7e47856-3900×2758.png] ● Enrollment campaign
“Kuroken Mat Juku” original T-shirt gift
Overview of Kuroken Mat School
[Name] Kuroken Mat Juku Toin Classroom
[Venue] Toin Town Budokan (1644 Kita Taisha, Toin Town, Inabe District, Mie Prefecture)
[Day of the week] Thursday (three times a month)
[Time/classes] Infant class 16:00-16:50, elementary school class 1: 17:00-17:50, elementary school class 2: 18:00-18:50
[Person in charge] Kenta Kuroda
[Monthly membership fee] 5,500 yen (tax included)
[Miscellaneous expenses] Admission fee 11,000 yen (tax included), annual membership fee 5,500 yen (tax included and insurance included), school T-shirt 2,200 yen (tax included)
[How to join] Apply from the Mie Lifelong Sports Association website (https://lifelong-sport.jp).
●Kenta Kuroda’s Biography
gymnastics coach, acrobatics coach
After retiring from active duty, he taught gymnastics and acrobatics at various classes in Kuwana City and Kawagoe Town. In addition, he presides over the Seiwa gymnastics club and devotes himself to training athletes. While in graduate school at Suzuka University, he considered physical activity from the perspective of sports science and developed his own logic for gymnastics. In recent years, he has also contributed to acrobatics instruction for street dancers. (Possessed qualification)
・Japan Athletic Facilities Association Certified Advanced Sports Facilities Manager
・Heartsaver CPR AED certified by the American Heart Association ・Fitness club management skill 2nd grade
・International Paramedic Association BASIC CPR + AED
・Outdoor play promotion specialists, etc.
● About the Mie Prefecture Lifelong Sports Association
Organization name: Mie Prefectural Lifelong Sports Association Location: CS Building 6F, 18-15 Kotobukicho, Tsu City, Mie Prefecture Representative: Chairman Shohei Takeda
Established: January 26, 2012
Purpose of establishment:
The business of this corporation is to promote sports, improve competitiveness, develop a sound information society, and improve the health of the people through sports classes and training classes while taking effective cooperation with private, government, academic and various organizations. , the policy is to contribute to the
revitalization and development of the region.
Tsu City, Yokkaichi City, Kuwana City, Matsuzaka City, Kameyama City, Toin Town, Asahi Town, Komono Town, Kawagoe Town, 5 cities and 4 towns. ).
・Designated manager business
Management and operation of public sports facilities such as the baseball field in Tsukyujo Park, the track and field stadium in Kaihin Park, the gymnasium in Ano Central Park, and the Tsu citizen tennis courts through a joint venture with Sanko Co., Ltd.
More than 50 sports events, programming events, regional
revitalization, and SDGs-related events are held annually.
Health management support business, personal training business, survey and research business, etc.
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