While competition is suspended amidst COVID-19, we encourage all members of the netball community keep active.
Keeping fit and healthy will help everyone return to the court with sharp footwork and energy to burn. Practicing ball skills and drills aims to help you work with team mates to achieve goals together once it’s safe to return to play.
We will keep this post updated with any new programs.
Netball Tasmania Home Program
The Tasmanian Magpies Head Coach and TIS Staff have collated a resource for netball athletes to work through at home. This will be updated regularly, to keep the content fresh and to increase in difficulty.
Week 1 & 2 of the Program here
Netball Australia has recently entered a partnership with NETFIT to allow free access to their live netball clinics from 9am-3pm Mon, Wed & Fri for the next 6 weeks. These sessions also include netball skills/drills, nutrition tips, recovery ideas and Q&As with some of Australia’s best netballers!
Here is the link to sign up and be a part of the sessions – NETFIT Online Clinics
Sasha Corbin of the English Roses Netball Team combines coordination and strength into an home program workout needing only a netball and your couch. Click here to view the video.
The Australian Government challenges everyone to ‘Find Your 30’. Their website has a range of ideas of how to fit in 30 minutes of physical activity daily, whether you’re working from home, school, and office, or even weekend ideas for when some spare time hits. Find Your 30 here.
If you really want to feel your abs burn, give this workout challenge a go. Try the home abs workout here.
NetSetGO at Home
Here are some additional fun netball activities to try at home. Click here to view the NetSetGO at Home Playlist.
Fit 5 Guide
The Fit 5 Guide is a tool which can help people of all ages and abilities keep active and healthy with physical activity, nutrition and hydration tips.
The International Netball Federation has complied a guide of 10 things to do when there’s no netball, complete with links to additional resources. Check the guide out here.
Special Olympics – Fit 5 Guide
This guide has been developed by the Special Olympics team, and aims to provide targeted information around physical activity, nutrition and hydration. Click here to open the handy resource.