The key objective of the Moose Power project is to provide services in the field of adult physical performance and mental strength development. To achieve this, we employ systematic sports programs that teach and motivate people to start training regularly and coherently, preferably outdoors, in nature. Our programs are based on physiotherapy, kinesiology, sports training, nutritional guidance and we draw inspiration from the Norwegian Olympic Committee (Olympiatoppen) and its recommendations for so-called basic and specific functional training.
We help people who fell off the track to achieve their optimal physical fitness condition. We work with advanced and performance athletes towards participation in races and competitions and towards better results.
Holder of a master’s degree from the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University in Prague, majoring in football training, with extended studies completed at the University of Coimbra. Additionally, he is a licensed swimming and skiing teacher and sports masseur.
Ondřej Matlach carried out a comparative study of children’s football training programs in the Czech Republic and chosen foreign countries, and he worked as a coach in top-level sports club and profit organisations. After 5 years of practice in this field, he decided to focus his studies and experience on Norway. Working for 5 years in Norwegian private and public sectors equipped him with a thorough knowledge of Norway’s culture, language and traditions, which inspired his following work.
He is an active cross-country skier and swimmer, and he practices functional training. His roles when it comes to performance races range from an organizer or a coach to a competing racer.
Beitostølen Helsesportsenter, Beitostølen, Norway
Valdres vidaregåande skule, Leira, Norway
SK Slavia Praha – fotbal a.s.
Skarverennet – Geilo
MVGS – Stavanger
Beitosprinten – Beitostølen
Fjellmaraton – Beitostølen