KU coach gets PG degree in fitness
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 27: Kashmir University gymnasium coach has become first person from the State to get Post Graduate degree in gymnasium and fitness training.
Sheikh Adil who works in Directorate of Physical Education and Sports department Kashmir University as gymnasium coach has completed his two year post graduation degree in Gymnasium and Fitness from Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports University, Chennai. He passed degree with A-Grade hence become first ever coach from State to get PG in this area of sports coaching. The two year degree involved different subjects that are related to fitness training like Anatomy, Physiology, Scientific foundation of fitness and wellness, fitness equipment management. The degree involved both theory and practical, Adil excelled in both. Adil has also has got Bachelors Degree in Physical Education as well as diploma in gymnasium fitness training. He is the person to whom credit goes on persuading Kashmir University officials to develop hi-tech gymnasium in the Varsity.
“After completing my bachelor’s degree in physical education and diploma in gymnasium, fitness I wanted to earn more knowledge about my field. The fitness and gymnasium training is my passion and I have been associated with this sport from childhood. Though I have now completed my PG in the subject , I will still try to get specialised training in particular subject in future,” Adil said.
About the working of recently opened gymnasium in Kashmir University he said, “The centre is working in two shifts of morning and evening daily. We have got the latest equipments and now have got heating arrangements installed as well for the comfort of members”.
“We are also working on to develop website in collaboration with IT department of University in which we will be giving daily updates to students about fitness routine,” he said.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 27 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 27 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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