Are you thirsting for some friendly competition in a team environment? Look no further than the BASEBALL CANADA LAB CHALLENGE! A competition centered on physical fitness that will challenge athletes to improve their performance while competing against other age appropriate athletes.
Here’s how it works:
What are my responsibilities as a coach/adult?
The following rankings will be published:
Registration: May 11-18 - lab.baseball.ca
Week 1: May 17-23
May 19: Coaches Zoom explaining baseline testing
May 24: Deadline to submit results for each player for all 7 tests (this will be baseline data)
Week 2: May 24-31
May 25: Coaches Zoom explaining 15-30-15 Test
May 30: Deadline to submit results for each player for 15-30-15 test
June 1: Leader Board posted
Week 3: May 31-June 7
June 1: Coaches Zoom explaining 900 foot Test
June 6: Deadline to submit results for each player for 900-foot test
June 8: Leader Board posted
Week 4: June 7-Jun 14
June 8: Coaches Zoom explaining Feet-Wall Test
June 13: Deadline to submit results for each player for Feet-Wall test
June 15: Leader Board posted
Week 5: June 14-21
June 15: Coaches Zoom explaining Soccer Test
June 20: Deadline to submit results for each player for Soccer test
June 22: Leader Board posted
Week 6: June 21-June 28
June 22: Coaches Zoom explaining Alternate Hand-Wall Test
June 27: Deadline to submit results for each player for Alternate Hand-Wall test
June 29: Leader Board posted
Week 7: June 28 - July 5
June 29: Coaches Zoom explaining Morgan Test and Hurdle Test
July 4: Deadline to submit results for each player for Morgan test and Hurdle Test
Jun 6: Leader Board posted
Current Covid-19 situation
*Please note that this challenge IS NOT to be conducted in person. Each week, each participant is responsible to train for the weekly test and submit his/her individual test performance video to his/her coach/adult with the help of a family member. At no time, teams should gather as a group to conduct training or test.
Training of any kind done in a group setting is prohibited by current legislation. To clarify, a group by definition, for these purposes, would be anyone not living in the same household who is training together, or anyone instructing a non-virtual training session.
Baseball Canada is also reminding all participants, that all activities must adhere to the Quarantine Act (Canada), as well as any provincial, municipal by-laws and facility rules in place related to COVID-19 physical distancing and public or private gatherings.