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Excelsior Athletic Development Club
A sports club based on the principles of Athletic Development:
- Running, Jumping and Throwing (Athletics)
Our base is in Willand, Cullompton, Devon, Ex15 2RN. This is only 15 minutes from Tiverton and Wellington in Somerset, only 25 minutes from Honiton, Exeter and Taunton in Somerset.
We have a satellite venue for Gymnastics in Wellington.
We run weekly training sessions and also Sports Performance Workshops in Holidays. We offer group and individual training, from beginners to International competitors.
Our mission is to support the long term athletic development of all our members. This then allows them to participate safely and effectively in the sport or activity they choose and to enjoy a life of quality movement.
We are affiliated to British Athletics,British Weightlifting and British Gymnastics and currently have 112 members.
David Belle, the founder of parkour said: “The principle of Parkour is to know what you are capable of, to gain self-confidence and not to compete with others.”
Whilst some of our athletes do wish to compete, our underpinning philosophy is on individual development.
This video shows some highlights:
As a member of the Excelsior ADC you will have access to expert sports coaching, physiotherapy support and online resources.
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In the news:
James has been our lead strength and conditioning coach for the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) at the University of Exeter since the scheme's inception. His attitude, professionalism and above all his drive and desire to help each sportsman and woman develop and reach their potential is exactly what we require. James shows a real interest in each of his athletes and helps them to aspire to be as good as they can and ensures that no goals are unattainable.
17 Mar 2018
Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Course – Somerset
Venue: Princess Royal Sports Complex, Wellington, Somerset. TA21 8NT
Assessment Day: Sunday 15 April 2018
Cost: £280 including materials and access to online resources. To book send a deposit of £100 here.