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KIDS & TEENS

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Attention Parents!

Looking for a fun and safe way to get your kids moving and active this spring?

At Forge Training, we believe that fitness should be accessible to everyone, including kids. That's why we've created Gym Kids - a program that teaches your little ones how to train and lift weights in a fun and safe environment.

Each Gym Kids class is jam-packed with excitement, starting with a fun warm-up that gets their bodies ready to move. Next, your child will learn foundational bodyweight or weightlifting movements, gaining valuable strength and coordination skills that will last a lifetime.

After that, it's time for a short workout involving those movements - but don't worry, we keep it fun and age-appropriate! And to wrap up each class, your child will enjoy a game or workout that puts their newfound skills to the test.

Strength Training isn’t Just for adults!

Kids Classes are now available on a drop-in and Membership Basis! Forge is offering Gym Kids for ages 6-8 & 9-12

Gym Kids Ages 6-8

Monday and Wednesday at 4pm (50-55min per class)

1 Class/week - $42/month (tax included)

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2 Classes/week - $84/month (tax included)

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5 Class Punchcard - $68.25 (tax included)

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1 Class Drop-in - $15 (tax included)

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Gym Kids Ages 9-12

Tuesday and Thursday at 4pm (50-55min per class)

1 Class/week - $42/month (tax included)

Register Here

 

2 Classes/week - $84/month (tax included)

Register Here

5 Class Punchcard - $68.25 (tax included)

Register Here

1 Class Drop-in - $15 (tax included)

Register Here

Age 6-8
Age 9-11
Teen

Classes now available as a Monthly Membership!

WHY SHOULD KIDS DO STRENGTH TRAINING?

Safe

Strength and resistance training is completely safe for young developing bodies when done with proper technique and progression!

 

Not only is strength training safer than traditional children's sports and activities, but it also decreases the chances of injury.  

Beneficial

Strength training can be a real game changer for kids, not only in terms of athletic performance, but also when it comes to confidence, focus, and happiness.

In fact, research suggests kids who are stronger and more conditioned perform better in school and are less likely to engage in unhealthy activities

Fun

What’s the most important factor about our youth programs? Strength training is FUN!

 

Fighting bad guys and saving people are great reasons to lift weights, but FUN is by far the biggest motivator!

How it works

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Step 1: Bodyweight First

Our youth classes work with bodyweight exercises to build a good foundation for load-bearing exercises. Each class consists of a fun warm-up, skill work on 1-2 foundational bodyweight movements, a short workout involving those movements and closes with a game or workout.  

Step 2: Progression to weights

As children grow older, stronger, and have mastered basic movements like burpees, push-ups, pull-ups, and squats, they are ready to progress to basic weight training, using multi-joint, compound exercises to start out, and emphasize form rather than the size of the load.

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Step 3: Increase complexity

Once children have mastered the basics of strength training, they will progress to more complex strength and conditioning movements and techniques that require a greater level of strength, coordination, and skill.

Reach out to us!

Questions? Reach out to us at info@forgevictoria.com

We'd love to hear from you!

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