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YOUTH FITNESS

Our performance coaches for children are uniquely suited to their body and development as it combines strength training and conditioning.  Strength training for kids is very well supported by the current research.  All of the benefits of strength training that are experienced by adults can be experienced by kids as well! Children will experience an increase in bone density, increases in muscle size, strength, stronger tendons and ligaments, and improved neuromuscular efficiency and coordination.

 

Advantages of Fitness Programs

  • Learn to exercise and enjoy the experience

  • Increase muscular strength and endurance

  • Improve bone density

  • Efficient neuromuscular function and coordination

  • Positive cognitive function

Physical Training for Youth Athletes

If your child are athletes, our performance coaches will be of tremendous support to you and it will be one of the best choices you will make for their athletic performance and physical well-being! Strength training will make them more resistant and resilient to injury, your child will run faster, change direction quicker, jump higher, throw further, and hit harder.

 

Physical Training for Non-Athletes

If your child is not considered an athlete, they will benefit from the children’s strength training program that we offer. You will observe the results after a few weeks when your child physical strength is displayed to you and he/she is willing to take on more chores. Having your child exercise will increase cognitive function and they will be better behaved. Starting your child early on health and fitness will give them the important tools to living a long, healthy, strong, and injury free life.

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Jemima enrolled in our SAT preparatory course among others in her junior year of high school and graduated as the valedictorian. She is currently enrolled in our pre-college program and has earned 21 college credits with a GPA of 3.67.

Jemima S.