Our teen class is the perfect compliment to any sports season or a great stand alone fitness program. It is an outstanding opportunity for young athletes to develop skills necessary to improve performance in all facets of athletics. Our primary goal is to instill confidence in participants and make them stronger and healthier. The CFC teen class uses elements of Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics and sprint training to achieve desired results. Participants receive detailed and personalized coaching in each and every training session. In addition to physical training principles, a strong emphasis is placed on creating good habits (nutrition, hydration, prioritization) for athletic performance as well as lifelong health and well being. Specific goals and objectives are established to ensure success.
· Develop a foundation of fitness that prepares them to excel in all sports.
· Learn to push beyond their expectations to channel a level of physical and mental strength that will provide benefits extending beyond the athletic arena.
· Receive nutrition guidance to support improved athletic performance and optimal recovery, as well as lifelong health.
· Develop a strong sense of community with athletes from a variety of sports and learn to benefit from each others’ experiences.
· Most importantly, have an absolute blast.
Our classes are specifically designed to improve athletic capacity across the 10 recognized elements of fitness and athletic performance to include: Cardiovascular Endurance, Coordination, Flexibility, Accuracy, Strength, Stamina, Balance, Agility, and Power.
This class is open to anyone in junior high or high school.
Mon/Wed/Thurs: Advanced* class 3:05-4:00, Intermediate class 3:15-4:00
*Advanced class is for competitive high school athletes, please let us know if you have questions about the appropriate class for you or your child. Intermediate class is for non-competitive athletes are junior high aged participants. Elementary school age kids are welcome to participate in this program on a case by case basis as deemed appropriate by the owners/coaches.
Cost is $125/month or $170/10 class pass
Testimonials from parents:
“Your program has been phenomenal — and much better than we expected. The professionalism, knowledge and care that you provided for my son was excellent. He loves you guys. I am very happy with how you helped him. He is much stronger, more flexible and no longer has a pain throwing the baseball. We got to see the results in the last two tournaments — hitting with power and throwing with great speed on the mound and behind the plate.”
“I want to thank Clint and Kim for what they have done for my son. This CrossFit has an afternoon teen work out that my son has been going to for a year now. A little history… My son is special needs. Asperger’s syndrome and bipolar disorder. He has tried a few sports and activities in the past, but nothing seemed to work. He would get left behind or angry or…both! He would either quit or be asked to leave. He was physically unfit and immature.
And then we discovered CrossFit. For the first time ever my son is having fun working out and being pushed. The staff seems to really understand him and how to get him outside his comfort zone. He leaves the gym both sweat drenched and smiling. I can’t ask for anything more. I will end with two stories. The first happened a few months ago. I live on the first floor of an apartment building. I told my son he needed to climb the fence that borders our balcony. I wasn’t sure if he could do it. He JUMPED over it! I was shocked beyond words. He shrugged and said “CrossFit”. The second was when my son got “injured” at CrossFit. He’s always been a bit of a hypochondriac. That tendency finally reared its head at CrossFit. The staff was very proactive in taking care of him and stopped his workout as soon as there was any threat of injury. They contacted me and were diligent in making sure everything was fine. Honestly they went well beyond what I would have expected from a gym. This CrossFit gym has earned this five star review. I can’t recommend it high enough.”