Wednesday, July 11, 2007

WAYFIT Summer Camp 2007 Contact 512-791-7215

Cost: $100/Members (per session) $125/Non-Members (per session) scholarships available
Sign Up Form Link and Location
Ages (15 -18)Program: Our focus is on teaching core fundamental movements to develop an athletes overall ability to move and function in any sport. Speed, agility, strength, and body weight resistance movements will be performed daily, to develop full body function and to reduce the potential for injury.

Ages (10 - 14) Program: Similar to the 15 - 18 program but scaled to the abilities of younger athletes. Also, the athletes will participate in relays, team challenges, and fun fitness games.

Goals: The athletic camp is for total physical development in young athletes, focusing on improving speed, endurance, strength, flexibility and agility.

Participants: All Boys and Girls ages 10-18 (as of May 31, 2007)

Session 1: Monday, July 23 – Thursday, July 26
Ages 15 - 18: 8 – 10 AM
Ages 10 - 14: 10:30 AM – 12 PM
Session 2: Monday, July 30 – Thursday, August 2
Ages: 15 - 18: 8 – 10 AM
Ages: 10 – 14: 10:30 AM – 12 PM

Location: WAYA complex located at the southwest corner of Exposition Blvd. and Enfield Rd, 1314 Exposition Blvd.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Posted by Picasa Crossfit Kids- jumping, running, rolling, pushing, pulling, rotating, swinging, slamming, punching, kicking, and throwing: all the ingredients for elite fitness for kids and its FUN!

Crossfit Kids Program - is designed to get kids fit through challenging physical activity. General physical preparedness allows children to develop general motor skills, flexibility, strength, speed and a healthy mental state. Crossfit Kids program will not only prepare kids for movement but also develop a strong work ethic and team work skills.

Program Design – Crossfit kids is scaled to three levels of ability allowing all to participate.

Program Focus- Fundamentals and technique, athletes will be taught how to move their bodies in the proper plans of motion and to develop life long movement patterns that will apply to all sports and life. Emphasis will be placed on proper running form (locomotion), squatting body weight (lowering center of mass), body weight push ups and assisted pull ups (pushing and pulling), core to extremity movements (rotation).