Designed for young athletes playing sports and youth looking to live a healthy, active life, our youth programs develop strength, mobility and conditioning critical to development and injury prevention.
Play[ED] – Ages 10-17
This program for home learners focuses on the development of fundamental movement skills and fundamental sport skills through games and play based activities. The program is designed to develop positive experiences around physical activity while developing social skills and healthy relationships.
Weight & Play for Home Learners – Ages 14-18
This program is a combination of physical literacy and an introduction to strength and conditioning. Each session will be split into two parts; half will be with a physical literacy leader and the other half will be with an S&C coach. The focus of this program is on developing fundamental movement and sport skills while also learning appropriate techniques for resistance training.
Girl Powered (ages 11-15)
PISE is proud to offer this program that focuses on injury reduction protocols, incorporating progressive strengthening for the core, upper and lower body, plyometrics, functional movement practices and feedback-driven technique modification. These interventions have been shown to be effective in reducing injuries in young women. Please check back Winter 2019 for more sessions!
Boys’ B.L.A.S.T.T. (ages 11-15)
This age-appropriate resistance training program will teach youth the correct lifting techniques in all major functional movement areas required to enhance performance, strengthen bones and muscles, improve balance and help prevent injuries. Each class will focus on the core concepts needed to develop competence and confidence in a Fitness Centre environment while imparting crucial knowledge and safe practices essential to healthy development. Please check back Winter 2019 for upcoming offerings!