In this blog, we look inside netball and further afield to pick out five top British female athletes who inspire us day in, day out.
Our netball camps in Leeds are perfect for aspiring young athletes. Small-group coaching provides players with the support needed to develop their game
Just how fit do you have to be to play netball? We speak to a strength and conditioning coach and investigate more about netball fitness
Here at Elite Netball Academy, our performance pillars are committed to training our athletes smartly as we work hard to make a difference in the sport.
We’re on the hunt for future netball stars in our region’s state schools and we’re looking for a local business to help us make it happen!
You might be a seasoned pro, or maybe you’re new to the sport, either way, this four-minute read will tell you everything you need to know about netball.
We share 5 sports podcasts we love listening to. They’ll inspire you, educate you and feed your love of sport. So tune in, zone out and prepare to be inspired.
We’re very excited to officially announce introduce our newest member of the ENA, coach Emily jagger. Emily is an ambitious coach in our great county of Yorkshire. Recently she has been coaching a young, and aspiring netball club, Birkenshaw Bells. The club has gone from strength to strength with Emily at the helm and we can’t wait to work more with Emily in the ENA community. So let’s get to know Emily!
Here at Elite Netball Academy we live and breathe netball. When we’re not training or playing we’re thinking about it, how to get faster, stronger, better. It is, however, important to have interests outside of the sport we know and love. To keep perspective and to keep us fresh so we can perform to our best ability. Recently, we asked ENA Ambassador and Vitality Superleague winning captain for Loughborough Lightning, Natalie Panagarry, what she gets up to outside of netball.
You love playing netball. It’s who you are, what you do. Training with your teammates – your friends makes you feel alive, plus you just love being active. Then injury strikes. Maybe you went over on your ankle during a game or a long term niggle has finally won. Either way being on the sidelines…