This LSBU Girl Can – Interview with the Trampoline Club’s President
This Girl Can is a campaign celebrating active women who are doing their thing no matter how well they do it, how they look or even how red their face gets. The project, funded by The National Lottery and developed by Sport England, aims to help women overcome the fear of judgement that is stopping too many women and girls from joining in.
To celebrate ‘This Girl Can’ week (20th-26th November 2017), iBank Media will be bringing you an exclusive series of interviews over the week from women in sports here at LSBSU.
To finish the collection we finish with Trampoline Clubs’ President Chloe Crocker. Chloe is a third year, Child Nursing student and founded the Trampolining Club last year. In the first year, her team won club of the year at the Activities Awards Dinner, 2016/2017.
What inspired you to take up trampoline?
What is your favourite move and why?
What does a typical session look like?
What has been the highlight of your experience as president of trampolining?
Are there things you enjoy that you didn’t think you would enjoy?
What do you think the stereotype of trampolining is and how does this compare to the reality?
What advice would you give to someone who was thinking about joining your sports team?
What is the ratio of males to females in your society? Why do you think this is?
Did you have any concerns about body image and confidence and have they changed?
Interested in joining the Trampolining Club?
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Location: The Castle Leisure Centre
Come join us for a session no matter what your ability is. Contact us below for more information.
Facebook: South Bank Trampoline Club
LSBSU Website: More information and membership
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