What’s your goal?
“I didn’t make it on to the school hockey team last year. Now I’m playing for the A team.”
Starts up again 17th May.
Fridays: 5.30pm-6.15pm BOXZONE
Outdoors available during Easter holidays
12-17 year olds
Want your children to grow exponentially across all areas of their life? Research shows under 18s can improve physical strength by up to fifty percent after just two months of bi-weekly strength training. And the benefits don’t stop there. By encouraging adolescents to embrace fitness from an early age, not only will they enjoy increased self esteem, they’re also more likely to prioritise their health during adulthood.
Our specially designed Youth Squad workouts are created specifically with adolescents in mind - they’re safe, bespoke and adaptable to differing needs. Executed by a team of specialist fitness coaches, they focus on monitoring, mentoring, coaxing and encouraging to help your child get the best from their ability.
We’re setting aside Fridays after school for those who want to get serious about boxing. A chance to unplug from the week, learn new skills and beef up your boxing prowess.
“He loves the feeling of lifting weights, I love that it’s done safely.”
Classes are geared towards channeling energy, developing confidence and honing performance - skills that are instrumental to school, club and county team and individual performances. We’ve long known the benefits of strength training for far reaching health and wellbeing benefits in adolescents and there’s now a large body of research to support our thinking.
“Children can improve strength by 30% to 50% after just 8 to 12 weeks of a bi-weekly well-designed strength-training program.” Faigenbaum
Youth Squad classes are small (no more than 12, for ages 12-17yrs) to focus on delivering first class athletic coaching around team skills, movement patterns, strength, coordination, stamina, flexibility and balance. Disciplines covered include circuits, strength training and fitness testing.
Essentially we’ll be focusing on learning to move correctly and safely using the seven principles of fundamental movement: lunge, squat, hinge, push, pull, brace and rotate. We’ll also cover how to run, hop, throw and catch correctly - all crucial to sporting prowess and daily life - as well as have fun and build self esteem.
Single drop in:
Use CODE YOUTH for first class at £5