CrossFit Kids promotes health and fitness among children

10 February 2017

CrossFit Fatu Toa is launching their 2017 CrossFit Kids programme at their Vaitele location tomorrow.

The programme will be delivered by Xavier Martel, who is a certified CrossFit Kids instructor, a level 1 CrossFit trainer and a former Manu Samoa 7’s and Judo athlete.

CrossFit Kids is a strength and conditioning programme designed for kids and teenagers to help them develop a lifelong love of fitness.

In a group setting, children and teens participate in fun and engaging workouts that deliver measurable results and prepare them to be well-rounded athletes.

CrossFit Kids workouts consist of constantly varied, functional movements that deliver a fitness that is broad, inclusive and general and are scaleable for any participant at any level. 

“Classes are designed to accommodate Kids & Teens from ages 6 to 18 of all fitness levels with an emphasis on developing good movement patterns which will help your little athlete become faster and stronger in their chosen sport,” a statement from the gym says.

“To launch this program for the new school year, CrossFit Fatu Toa are inviting parents and their children to come for a free trial CrossFit Kids session this Saturday at9am at their location on Mosooi Street in Vaitele (road leading up to Samoa Observer & Signs Studio). Registrations can also be taken on the day for the term, spaces are limited! Call them on 28901 or 7623328, email [email protected]

 

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Life Skills

 

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Gross Motor Skills

Endurance, Stamina & Agility

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Well-rounded Athletes 

 

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A Love for Fitness

10 February 2017

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