How to get the most out of a Sere training
Sere Training is one of Ireland’s oldest and most popular training destinations.
The country’s first private boarding facility opened in 2007, and has been consistently one of the top-ranked destinations for the world’s top athletes, with top-tier athletes including Michael Phelps and world champion sprinter Marion Jones.
Sere’s facilities are also home to some of the country’s most successful sportspeople, including former Olympic and Paralympic gold medallist, Ireland’s Rory McIlroy.
Seres facilities have been awarded with prestigious awards, including the 2015 Olympic Silver Medal and 2017 Paralympics Bronze Medal.
However, it’s not just sportspeople that flock to Seres training centres, with more than 1,000 coaches on staff and up to 100,000 people who have registered to train at the Sere facilities, including professional athletes and sportsmen.
Training in Sere is also very popular among the Irish population, with the country enjoying a strong tourism industry and the majority of the population visiting Seres for sporting and leisure activities.
The key to being a good athlete and a great Sere trainer is to make sure you can be productive in your training sessions, and the following tips will help you become a better athlete and better Sere Trainers.