How Will This Program Benefit Your Kid or Teen:
The program is suitable for experienced athletes as well as youth who are just discovering the world of health and fitness and would benefit from knowledgeable coaching in a fun and diverse gym.
Join the Kids Program
Book some time to talk to a coach to learn more about our Kids Fitness, request more information, or sign up.
General Kids & Teens Fitness Policies
- Please bring your child to class on time and arrive no later than 10 minutes after the end of class to pick them up. If your child is in the kids’ class, we ask that you physically come inside the gym and make sure the coach is aware that you are leaving with your child. If someone other than the parent/guardian is picking your child up, please let us know. The retail space is the designated waiting area for pick up.
- We welcome you to stay and watch your child’s class as much as you like. Encouraging your child during their workout is appreciated. However, if you have any concerns about your child’s performance, behavior, or the content of the class, we politely ask you to address them before or after class. We want to make sure kids can keep their focus on coaching and safety during their workout.
- We ask that all athletes come appropriately dressed for exercise. This includes soft-soled shoes that can be secured via laces or straps and shorts or pants that allow for free movement.
- Things to send with your child: water and any medication they may need (ex: inhaler). Please make the coach aware of any medication you may be sending and any medical condition your child has.
- Electronics are not permitted in class. We ask that cell phones be silenced and/or tablets powered off. Neither is to be used during water breaks. Please review the importance of this with your child.
- We will encourage your child to challenge themselves in our classes, but we will not permit our kids or teens to perform a skill, volume of work, or use a weight that we deem to be unsafe for their abilities on that day. Giving them too much of a challenge too quickly can be discouraging at best and dangerous in excess.