Run, Jump, Throw Program
The Run, Jump, Throw program focuses on:
a fun and active learning environment
individual improvement and positive reinforcement
developing the skills of running, jumping and throwing in age appropriate sequential progressions
improvement in physical and emotional well-being
safety and certified instruction
the enhancement of physical fitness, health and physical development for children 7-12 years of age.
2011-2012 season Information available soon
Youth & Senior Program
Our Youth program is a combination of developmental and elite athletes. Our developmental athletes will compete in Provincial and Atlantic competitions, while many of our elite athletes will compete at the Legion National Championships and the Canada Summer Games.
ASEA is proud to be able to recognize and offer Southeastern New Brunswick's Masters (40+) running population training programs focusing on Track, Cross Country and Road Racing. By being an all inclusive track club, ASEA seeks to work with the local Masters in the area to enhance training and competition taking into consideration the needs of that group. ASEA will begin offering coaching and guidance to all competitors to achieve their personal bests which enhances not only their performances but their lifestyles. As the Masters population grows every year, more and more athletes are seeking to continue in the sport they love and enjoy. ASEA offers coaching to all levels in every track event (running, jumping and throwing), Cross Country training as well as specific road racing training. We believe that improvments may yet happen with the proper attitude, diet and training. ASEA will recognize the Masters age categories in 5 year increments ie: 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, etc... ASEA will be offering workout sessions and plans for Masters in the upcoming weeks and months to come.
Athlétisme Sud Est-South East Athletics gives athletes with disabilities the opportunity to compete in the sport of athletics for physical well being, socialization and at provincial, national, or the international level.
ASEA welcomes people with all disabilities such as visual, cerebral palsy, paraplegia, multiple sclerosis, amputation, cystic fibrosis and many others. Whether athletes are ambulatory or use a wheelchair, they can participate in many of the events offered in track and field.