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YOUTH FITNESS

This program involves parent consultation along with encouragement to promote a healthy lifestyle and allows your child to set goals in their own way based on choice and balance. Combining Strength exercises along with an understanding of nutrition requirements with professional supervision fosters healthy habits that lasts a lifetime!


YOUTH FITNESS BENEFITS
 
Supervised strength training that emphasizes proper form and technique for increased strength and endurance.
Better heart and lung function, and lower blood cholesterol levels.
A healthy body composition, and stronger bones.
Improve performance in a particular sport and protect muscles and joints from injury.
Safely establish correct technique using smooth, controlled motions.
Learn a variety of fun training methods using free weights, balance balls, weight machines, resistance bands, medicine balls, his or her own body weight, and obstacle courses.
Develop movement skills, social interaction, flexible and stronger muscles, as well as increased core strength.
Empowers youth to be responsible for their health.
Improves self-esteem, and builds self-assurance.
Promotes an adaptation to a lifelong commitment for health and fitness.

 

 

  

 
Did You Know?

One in three children are now overweight or obese.

Obesity is the #1 health threat in the United States

Obesity is the #2 cause of preventable death in the U.S. (2nd only to smoking)

33% of middle school students aged 11-14 are overweight or at risk for being overweight.

Obesity has a significant impact on a student's overall academic performance.

Students who exercise regularly and eat healthy do better in school.

Some types of Cancers are linked to obesity.

Medical expenses exceeded $2.1 billion in 2004 and continue to rise.

Over 65,000 deaths occur annually due to obesity-related illnesses.

(SOURCE: CDC)

 
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