The Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua through the Sports Directorate, held this Thursday, August 26, the First Seminar on Psychology and Applied Pedagogy in Taekwondo to train 350 athletes, including athletes, coaches and referees.
This course began on Tuesday, August 24 and will last 5 days, which will be taught by the Mexican teacher José Adrián Castelán, President of the Sports Talent Organization around the World
The training will guarantee tools to the new trends in pedagogy and methodology of this sport discipline, which in recent years has given Nicaragua many joys.
"It is important to note that this is one of the sports disciplines that is being promoted the most at the national level, according to the statistics of the Taekwondo Federation indicates that it already has more than 5 thousand athletes throughout the country," said the Deputy Mayor from Managua, Companion Enrique Armas Rosales.
Armas highlighted that the practice of taekwondo has been growing and developing in recent years, with the support provided by the Good Government, through schools and the construction of sports infrastructures, where athletes feel comfortable along with any Latin American country.
"There are good sports athletes, good facilities, but the most important part is needed and that is what we bring, this applied sports psychology course in this discipline of taekwondo," said Mexican teacher Castelán.