Youth CrossFit

Fitness made fun for your kids!
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Overview:

Youth CrossFit is a FUN way for your kids to learn new physical skills and develop life skills.
Led by trained and qualified instructors, KCI Youth CrossFit uses age-appropriate skills, equipment, and challenges to build their strength, confidence, agility, coordination and more!

Your kids will develop confidence, trust, team work, and accountability through these classes! They will want to come back every week and be challenged!

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Summer Schedule:

SUMMER SESSION I: Week of June 6th-Week of June 27th (4-week session)
Mondays & Wednesdays | 4:15pm PRE-TEEN (10-14yrs) $96
Mondays | 5:15pm JV (6-10yrs) $48
Mondays | 6:15pm VARSITY (6-10yrs) $48
Thursdays | 4:30pm ROOKIES (3-5yrs) $38

KIDS NIGHT OUT: Saturday, July 9th 4:30-7:30pm $30 ($20 for additional children/same household)
Elementary age | Group workout | Games | Pizza (included) | Supervised play

DAY CAMP: July 12th, 13th and 14th 10am-1pm $120* (Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday)
Older elementary age and Pre-teen | InBody Scan | Group workout | Games | Skill session
*Lunch not included (please bring packed lunch items)

TEENS NIGHT OUT: Saturday, July 23rd 5:30-8:30pm $30 ($20 for additional children/same household)
Older elementary, middle school age | Group workout | Games | Pizza (included) | Supervised play

SUMMER SESSION II: Week of August 1st-Week of August 22nd (4-week session)
Mondays & Wednesdays | 4:15pm PRE-TEEN (10-14yrs) $96
Mondays | 5:15pm JV (6-10yrs) $48
Mondays | 6:15pm VARSITY (6-10yrs) $48
Thursdays | 4:30pm ROOKIES (3-5yrs) $38

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Class Descriptions:

“Rookie”
This is a 30 minute class designed for beginners in the age range of 3-5 years old. Children will continue to fine tune and develop gross motor skills in a social setting with a theme for that day. Themes include, but not limited to: balance, agility, jumping, climbing, swinging, etc. They will begin their basic knowledge of movements that will continue them into the JV and Varsity classes as they progress through the years.

“JV”
This is a 45 minute class open to all ages. This class is geared towards learning and perfecting the basics of CrossFit: foundational strength, gymnastics and conditioning. Not only will athletes learn basic mechanics and range of motion, they will also develop better class participation skills including listening, following directions, being in control of their body and words and encouraging others.

“Varsity”
This is a 45 minute class geared towards older kids or kids that have attended multiple KCI Kids sessions. This class builds on the foundational strength, gymnastics and conditioning and introduces more technical movements and lifts. In addition to being ‘ready for the next level’ these athletes display maturity and self motivation in their class participation skills. They are able to listen and follow instructions as well as maintain control of their body and words.

“Pre-teens”
Preteen/teen barbell is an hour long class focusing on barbell technique and sports performance skills. For this class, they must have already built a foundation of basic barbell technique from KCI varsity class or be currently taking a weights class in school. The purpose of this class is to build strength in different ranges of motion, excel in sports performance drills and skills, and recover from sessions with proper cool down stretching and exercises. This class is highly encouraged to any pre teens or teens wanting to enter into the adult CrossFit classes here at KCI. They will build strength and confidence among peers, while also learning how to safely lift weights and recover properly through the rest of their teen years.

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To learn more and find out when the next session begins, please contact Nick @ 816-659-3076 , nick@kcicrossfit.com

Program Background:
CrossFit Kids is a method for teaching fitness to children ages 3-12.  The program emphasizes good movement throughout childhood and adolescence. Consistently good mechanics translates to physical literacy, enhanced sports performance and fewer sports injuries for kids. Not only that, a vast body of research indicates that exercise is beneficial to cognitive function, which means consistent adherence to the program can have a positive impact on children’s academic achievement.

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