VARSITY TRAINING CAMP
The biggest mistake in youth sports is that athletes at a young age play one sport for 12 months of the year. They get bored, their skills remain one-dimensional, and over-use injuries occur.
What if we had a strength and conditioning program that was a mix of both fun and serious training, a mix of sports related movements and learning new skills, a mix of power, speed, core strength, mobility and laughs?
Welcome to Movement Society and our Varsity Training Camp.
This program is for participants that are currently beginning grade 8 or older (up to 17 years old). To maintain an optimal experience for all participants we are unable to make exceptions to our target age group.
rowing, running, skipping, biking
gymnastics and calisthenics, plyometrics
medicine ball, kettlebell, barbell training
September 15th to October 27th (12 sessions)
No class Thanksgiving Day weekend
Sundays and Thursdays at 6:30 pm
Training sessions are 60 minutes
Full program - $180 plus tax
Any 6 sessions - $108 plus tax
Call 604-557-9711 - mastercard or visa only
WHAT TO BRING:
Proper athletic shoes
34077 Gladys Ave - Northwest Entrance
Scott Johnson has a bachelor's degree in human movement and has been a part of the strength and conditioning coaching staff at CrossFit Abbotsford for over 6 years. He also has 20 years of experience as an educator in the Langley and Abbotsford school districts. ScoJo, as he's known around our gym, has a 10 year-old and 13 year-old that both compete in multiple sports and have participated regularly in CrossFit for several years.
At Movement Society, the home of CrossFit Abbotsford, our experienced team has worked with hundreds of athletes since we opened in 2011. We teach our youth training sessions with an emphasis on safety and optimal movement patterns to help with the development of good movement habits. The neurological and motor development focus of this program will allow participants to experience enhanced sports performance and a decreased risk of sport related injuries. We aim to lay the ground work to help our athletes continue developing into well-rounded athletes that will be better at any and every sport and physical activity that they engage in.
Improve conditioning and overall work capacity
Increase strength and power
Improve mobility and body control
Develop overall athleticism