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  • (@fitterfutures.kidsandteens) Instagram Profile @fitterfutures.kidsandteens
  • Fitter Futures programs firstly aim to be fun, engaging and focus on developing a life-long love of movement and activity among those who take part.
    Our programs aim to help kids and teens develop in all areas of physical development, which will lead to further development in their cognitive abilities.
    We will help build confidence, self-esteem and develop physical literacy in each child or teen so that they will have a huge foundation of physical skills that they can continue to build on over a lifetime.
    Fitter Futures programs are not sport specific!
    But they will aid any child or teen in becoming better at their sport and will help to develop a culture of physical activity.
    Classes are capped to ensure proper coaching and individual attention.
    We want to help the youth of today become the happy and healthy adults of tomorrow.
    If you have an child or teen between the ages of 5-19 our youth program runs Monday through to Saturday. First class is always free.
    Fitter Futures is based on The Brand X Method™ and is the original functional fitness program designed specifically for kids and teens. It is proven and trusted, and based on a philosophy that privileges efficient movement, physical literacy.
    For children aged 5-19 years, take advantage of our FREE TRIAL link in bio.
    Discover why Fitter Futures is Australia’s best youth functional fitness, strength and conditioning program. .
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    #Youthfitness #teens #kids #fitness #healthykids #fitkids #kidsfitness #strongteens #strongkids #BrandXMethod #FitterFutures #ChangingLives #brandxmethodtrainingcentre #schoolprogram #athletedevelopment #youthstrengthandconditioning #thebrandxmethod #movebetter #imaginebetter
  • Fitter Futures programs firstly aim to be fun, engaging and focus on developing a life-long love of movement and activity among those who take part. 
Our programs aim to help kids and teens develop in all areas of physical development, which will lead to further development in their cognitive abilities. 
We will help build confidence, self-esteem and develop physical literacy in each child or teen so that they will have a huge foundation of physical skills that they can continue to build on over a lifetime.
Fitter Futures programs are not sport specific!
But they will aid any child or teen in becoming better at their sport and will help to develop a culture of physical activity.
Classes are capped to ensure proper coaching and individual attention. 
We want to help the youth of today become the happy and healthy adults of tomorrow.
If you have an child or teen between the ages of 5-19 our youth program runs Monday through to Saturday. First class is always free.
Fitter Futures is based on The Brand X Method™ and is the original functional fitness program designed specifically for kids and teens. It is proven and trusted, and based on a philosophy that privileges efficient movement, physical literacy.
For children aged 5-19 years, take advantage of our FREE TRIAL link in bio.
Discover why Fitter Futures is Australia’s best youth functional fitness, strength and conditioning program. .
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#Youthfitness #teens #kids #fitness #healthykids #fitkids #kidsfitness #strongteens #strongkids  #BrandXMethod #FitterFutures #ChangingLives #brandxmethodtrainingcentre  #schoolprogram #athletedevelopment #youthstrengthandconditioning #thebrandxmethod #movebetter #imaginebetter
  •  14  0 15 November, 2018

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  • (@gantrykids) Instagram Profile @gantrykids
  • Gantry Kids & Teens
  • @squat_university joining the ranks to educate and debunk old schools of thought. #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost
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    Let’s address one of the most common myths in weight training…is it safe for a child to lift?🤔 .
    One of the strongest held beliefs is that lifting weights will lead to a growth plate injury. This is a vulnerable area of bone that can be 2-5 times weaker than surrounding tissues. A fracture in this area is a serious injury…however barbell training has NOT been shown to increase risk of growth plate injuries when proper supervision and technique instruction are provided.✅
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    This means children as young as 6 and 7 can start lifting without fear of sustaining a growth plate fracture and stunting their growth as long as technique is stressed, and proper weights are prescribed and good coaching is used.✅ .
    It is even safe for young athletes to find their 1 repetition maximum (1RM) without fear of injury (again provided proper technique and supervision). The force an athlete sustains when performing a maximal strength test (such as a 1 RM squat) is actually less than what they would be exposed to on a daily basis in most other sports.⛹🏼‍♀️🤾🏼‍♂️⛷ .
    So, just as with any age…lifting weights isn’t bad for you unless you’re doing it with bad technique and with improper weights.🏋🏼‍♀️❌
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    Shout out to the following youth athletes featured today and their coaches: @ibanez1886, @coachibanez, @dannelunk, @indralifts, @anna_wtcoach. Also thank you @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body!🙏🏼
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    To learn more about debunking the myths of youth weight training & it’s benefits, check out @squat_university
  • @squat_university joining the ranks to educate and debunk old schools of thought.  #Repost @squat_university with @get_repost
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Let’s address one of the most common myths in weight training…is it safe for a child to lift?🤔 .
One of the strongest held beliefs is that lifting weights will lead to a growth plate injury. This is a vulnerable area of bone that can be 2-5 times weaker than surrounding tissues. A fracture in this area is a serious injury…however barbell training has NOT been shown to increase risk of growth plate injuries when proper supervision and technique instruction are provided.✅
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This means children as young as 6 and 7 can start lifting without fear of sustaining a growth plate fracture and stunting their growth as long as technique is stressed, and proper weights are prescribed and good coaching is used.✅ .
It is even safe for young athletes to find their 1 repetition maximum (1RM) without fear of injury (again provided proper technique and supervision). The force an athlete sustains when performing a maximal strength test (such as a 1 RM squat) is actually less than what they would be exposed to on a daily basis in most other sports.⛹🏼‍♀️🤾🏼‍♂️⛷ .
So, just as with any age…lifting weights isn’t bad for you unless you’re doing it with bad technique and with improper weights.🏋🏼‍♀️❌
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Shout out to the following youth athletes featured today and their coaches: @ibanez1886, @coachibanez, @dannelunk, @indralifts, @anna_wtcoach. Also thank you @3d4medical with the Complete Anatomy app for the visual of the body!🙏🏼
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To learn more about debunking the myths of youth weight training & it’s benefits, check out @squat_university
  •  64  4 15 November, 2018

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  • (@juliaelhaj) Instagram Profile @juliaelhaj
  • Children are not miniature adults. Children’s sports and games are extremely popular throughout the world. They deserve knowledgeable, professional coaches and trainers to work with them. The challenges presented by exercise to growing children and mature adults may appear similar, but they are based on fundamentally different mechanisms. The child’s immature temperature, regulatory, skeletal, and nervous systems are often unable to tolerate the same level of physical stress as the mature adult. Young children can not learn motor skills as rapidly as adults or achieve the same degrees of physical fitness. During adolescence however potential improvements in exercise may exceed those of any other time of life. Exercise is important during growth. It contributes to a better-developed functional capacity and can enhance neural and musculoskeletal development. Exercise habits established during childhood and adolescence will carry over to adulthood. Physical performance in chikdren and adolescence must always be assessed in light of the growth process. Growth involves a series of remarkably similar developmental stages in all people. Individual differences in diet, exercise, and health may affect these stages to a certain extent, but the pattern remain the same. Each stage has a profound influence on individual capability for physical performance. Attempts to rush the developmental process are futile and may lead to physical and emotional harm.
    #brandxmethod #mikkimartin #sports #kids #kidsfirst #healthyhabits #growth #physicalfitness #coaching #athletes #habits #patterns #growth #development #training #youthathletics #adaptivefitness #prevention #healthiswealth
  • Children are not miniature adults.  Children’s sports and games are extremely popular throughout the world.  They deserve knowledgeable, professional coaches and trainers to work with them.  The challenges presented by exercise to growing children and mature adults may appear similar, but they are based on fundamentally different mechanisms.  The child’s immature temperature, regulatory, skeletal, and nervous systems are often unable to tolerate the same level of physical stress as the mature adult.  Young children can not learn motor skills as rapidly as adults or achieve the same degrees of physical fitness.  During adolescence however potential improvements in exercise may exceed those of any other time of life.  Exercise is important during growth.  It contributes to a better-developed functional capacity and can enhance neural and musculoskeletal development.  Exercise habits established during childhood and adolescence will carry over to adulthood.  Physical performance in chikdren and adolescence must always be assessed in light of the growth process.  Growth involves a series of remarkably similar developmental stages in all people.  Individual differences in diet, exercise, and health may affect these stages to a certain extent, but the pattern remain the same.  Each stage has a profound influence on individual capability for physical performance.  Attempts to rush the developmental process are futile and may lead to physical and emotional harm. 
#brandxmethod #mikkimartin #sports #kids #kidsfirst #healthyhabits #growth #physicalfitness #coaching #athletes #habits #patterns #growth #development #training #youthathletics #adaptivefitness #prevention #healthiswealth
  •  24  1 11 November, 2018

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