Teens Functional Training
Term one: Monday 29 Jan - Friday 12 April 2024
The teens functional strength program is developed for pre-teens and teens 11+ and utilises developmentally appropriate resistance training to enhance sports performance, engagement in physical activity and support growth and development throughout the crucial teenage years.
Our groups are small, and the program is individualised, which means each participant is kept in their comfort zone by making the programming challenging, but achievable. Yet still has a sense of belonging, training alongside others.
The transition from primary school to high school, and high school to young adult hood, sees the largest dropout from physical activity of any age group. Research shows, that empowering teens with movement awareness and movement competency increases the likelihood of a lifetime of habitual physical activity.
Who will this program suit:
Those not remotely interested in competitive sport and/or physical activity
Those who love sports & physical activity, but may need help with coordination/fitness/strength
The injury prone
Those who love their sport, but may spend more time on the sidelines due to injury
Those who are playing a high level of sport, but need an extra performance boost, or prevention of injuries
Around the start of maturation, a child's bones will grow faster than their connective tissues such as muscles, tendons and ligaments. At this time, you may notice that they lose coordination, strength and power, and may be more susceptible to injuries such as severs, osgood schlatters, and other joint injuries. It takes the keen eye of a coach, parent, teacher or strength and conditioning expert to notice this change, adapt and perhaps take the individual back to basics. Skills they had once mastered, may now be very hard, and movement will be compromised.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Training Methods do you use??
We will customise their program based on the results of a pre-screening
The program may include:
Body weight exercises
Running mechanics drills
How many kids in the class?
Classes are limited to 5-6 participants. This means your child can get the maximum attention with their individualised program.
How are classes structured?
Most classes will be structured in a similar way:
Group movement warm up - this may include mobility and activation exercises
Individual movement program:
When you sign up, you will be sent a brief questionnaire where you will answer some questions about your child's physical activity history, injury history and current activities
In week one we will conduct some quick and easy movement assessments to determine your child's needs
With this knowledge, we will design an individualised program fo your child.
At the end of the term, and throughout the program we may revisit the initial assessment to assess improvement
3. We will finish with a group challenge, cool down and stretch.
Are the classes graded by ability?
No. We believe that kids of all ability can learn from each other. With the individualised approach to the session, your child will receive a challenging but achievable program.
What happens if my child is sick or injured?
We run the class daily at 4pm and 5pm. If your child can't make the class for whatever reason, please contact the trainer and book in a makeup session another day.
How much does it cost?
There are a few options available depending on how many sessions you'd like to do, fortnighylu direct debit also available if you would prefer to break up the cost!
Do you accept active kids vouchers?
Yes! Please get in touch and we can process this for you.
$249 (incl GST)
for 10 week term
$473 (incl GST)
for 10 week term
Schedule & Enrol:
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