Youth Boxing 101
Learn the basics of boxing, increase strength and improve endurance.
Boot Camp for Youth
Hang out with friends while you exercise and build strength. Have fun and get your sweat on!
One-on-one, small group training, sports-specific training and overall wellness
Youth In Training
Youth In Training aims to improve the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular strength of adolescents ages 10-17 yrs. while exposing them to a variety of safe, effective and fun training methods. Upon completion of an initial health assessment, an appropriate training program will be recommended that matches their ability and challenges them to take their performance to the next level.
Each participant will obtain a tailored program that builds upon their strengths: taking into consideration any necessary modifications. Although similar in context, program designs will vary in content based upon the individual. It is important that you take an active role alongside your child's trainer in continuing to stress the importance of adherence for your child to the recommended workout guidelines and weekly regimen set forth by our staff.
Prior approval must be attained for an exception to the minimum age requirement.
Cardio Orientation for Youth
For youth ages 10-13, we offer basic orientation to setting up and using age appropriate cardio machines in our Fitness Training Center. These are complimentary and available by request. These 30-minute orientations should be scheduled in advance with a personal trainer. This allows the teen to participate in cardio activity with the parent along side. For use of the weight training equipment, completion of the Strength in Training program is required.
Strength Training Orientation for Youth
For youth ages 10-13, we offer a basic orientation to the strength equipment in our Fitness Training Center. This 60-minute orientation is available for a fee of $80 and should be scheduled in advance with a personal trainer. This allows the teen to participate in strength training in the Fitness Training Center with the parent along side.