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Exclusive Youth Team Training Sessions Starting February 25th at Continuum Performance Center(February 19, 2013)
East Longmeadow, MA (PRWEB) February 19, 2013
Healthy habits must start early and the youth in our community need the proper guidance and education to steer them toward making positive changes early on. Continuum Performance Center, the leader in athletic conditioning and training, is expanding its signature programming to include a youth only sector. A first of its kind for western Massachusetts, CPCs Youth Team Training sessions focus on the youth as an individual with tailored workouts to fit his/her personal needs. These exclusive training sessions will instruct them on proper mechanics, guide them through balanced workouts, educate them on proper wellness, provide nutritional materials, and help to give them an overall boost in confidence.
Beginning February 25th, Continuum Performance Center will expand their programming providing their superior conditioning techniques and training that they offer to adults, to youth ages 10-15+. Owner Geoff Sullivan explains, Each and every one of CPCs staff members have coached youth sports for quite some time including middle and high school track, soccer, golf, baseball, wrestling, ice hockey and field hockey. This launch is something thats been in the works for a while and now that we have the resources and staff, we are moving forward with this permanent, year round program.
Over the course of four weeks, participants will engage in 2 or 3 after-school sessions per week. They will receive a wide variety of programming and educational material focusing on speed & agility, balance & coordination, and dynamic movement patterns. CPCs Youth Team Training is open to the following age groups: 10-12, 13-14, and 15+. Each session will be designed to fit the developmental needs of the group and training is available for any child regardless of their current activity level.
Sullivan adds, This is something that is critically important for us to offer. We want to help local kids understand the importance of living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. They will not only feel better about themselves, but also the choices they will make in the future.
Group sizes are small and space is extremely limited. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information or to schedule a tour of the facility contact: info(at)continuumperformancecenter(dot)com or 413-224-1338.
Continuum Performance Center, located at 18 Maple Court in East Longmeadow, MA, is a team of fitness professionals dedicated to delivering individually designed programs for each of its subscribers based on his or her needs and goals. By providing programs that specifically address the areas needing improvement, CPC is able to ensure consistent and measurable results. CPC also offers group training, youth programming and TPI certified gold movement screens. http://www.continuumperformancecenter.com
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