WHAT WILL MY CHILD GAIN?
Using activities that kids naturally enjoy, our youth programs provide a fitness program that is safe, fun and energetic. At Legends Warehouse, our youth program uses a combination of skill practice, workouts and games to build strength, conditioning, and coordination in children.
Following our gym’s mission to improve the quality of life for our members, our goal is to help children become the best possible version of themselves. We are committed to teaching them to become successful leaders while also promoting the importance of health and fitness in a safe and positive learning environment.
Lil Legends youth programs make fitness FUN. In addition to learning new skills, you will notice your child making better food choices, having greater confidence in themselves and their abilities, an improved level of focus school, smoother transitions to new sports, and a reduced risk of sport-related injury.
- We teach children to become successful leaders.
- We will provide a safe and positive learning environment.
- We promote the importance of health and fitness for a life time.
- We will bring out the champion in your child.
Our program includes:
- Weekly Classes
- “Skills of the Month”
- “Challenges of the Week”
- Nutrition Education
- PR Days & Test Days
WHAT DOES Lil' LEGENDS KIDS TEACH?
Our youth programs use a combination of skill practice, workouts and games to build strength and conditioning in children. Our classes include elements of gymnastics, weight lifting, body weight movements, running, jump roping, and more.
Specifically, Lil Legends teaches the 10 General Physical Skills. These skills are the base for any sport or discipline your child may pursue. Improvement in each of these physical capacities will directly lead to your child having an increased ability to learn and succeed in other sports.
The 10 General Physical Skills
- Cardiovascular Endurance – Can you get enough oxygen to your body?
- Stamina – Can you get enough energy to your muscles?
- Strength – How much can you lift?
- Flexibility – Can you touch your toes?
- Power – How much work can you do in the least amount of time?
- Speed – How fast can you go?
- Coordination – Can you pat your head and rub your stomach?
- Accuracy – Can you kick a soccer ball into the net?
- Agility – How quickly can you change direction?
- Balance – Can you stand on one foot? With your eyes shut?
LIL LEGENDS PROGRAMS?
Legends Warehouse typically offers age-based children’s programs for either two or three age groups: Ages 5-12.
SPECIAL GROUPS & EVENTS
Legends Warehouse can host a variety of events, including birthday parties, PE classes from local schools, summer camps and specialized training for sports teams. To find out how we can help your children be even more successful at their sport or have the best birthday they will ever remember, email Ashley.
These kids are taught not only basic physical skills, but also social skills and confidence. Children learn foundation movements like the squat, push-ups, pull-ups, climbing, jumping, and elementary gymnastic movements.
More importantly, you will see your child also learns to follow directions, listen, communicate, and play with others. Every class includes fitness game play and positive reinforcement. Your child’s confidence, both physically and mentally, will grow with each class.
These kids are on the road to becoming the next generation of fitness legends. They will take a more in-depth exploration of the movements and programming consistent with Legends Warehouse mission. Weight training will transition from dumbbells to barbells, with the emphasis still on using the least amount of weight possible to provoke a growth response in the body. Proper form will be priority number one. Workouts will be of higher intensity than the younger Legends program.
Classes continue to include game play and positive reinforcement, as well as discussions on what was learned in each class.
These classes also focus on leadership skills. As children progress through the program, they will be asked to model movements, lead exercises, and demonstrate an ability to verbally explain exercises.