YOUTH STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
Strength & Conditioning for youth 10+
Youth learn the foundations of plyometrics, speed and agility, endurance and core stability with strength training. Movements will mostly include body weight, but will progress to weights appropriate to the youth athlete’s ability.
Fitness “boot-camp” style classes. Circuit training with functional movements such as push-up, air squats, box-jumps, burpees, etc. The focus is to do interval training using multiple muscle groups at the same time using body weights and/or free weights and kettlebells to maximize fitness results.
1-on-1 Fundamentals Course
- 5-Session Minimum Commitment
- 1:1 Training with Your Personal Coach
- Free Wodify.com Accounts
- Kids’ Room Access
Building long-term, sustainable results starts with laying a solid foundation. Work with a designated coach who’ll take you through your Fundamentals Course and stay with you throughout your time here at CrossFit Kindred.
The Fundamentals Course covers safety and injury prevention, core stability, progressive bodyweight movements, resistance and strength training, Olympic weightlifting, mobility and flexibility, running/rowing/jump-roping technique, CrossFit methodology and theory, and nutrition.
Commit to training at least 2-3 times per week to develop the consistency, strength, conditioning, and knowledge necessary to test out and graduate to group classes. Most students need 12-20 personal training sessions before they meet the graduation requirements.
Individual personal training sessions are available for our students once they graduate from the Fundamentals Course.
1 ON 1 PERSONAL TRANING
One-on-one personal training customized towards the client’s fitness goals. Personal training sessions are individualized to catered to the clients specific needs such as weight loss, intense athletic conditioning, and various other specific needs.
How and when will I be billed?
All membership plans are billed monthly. Payments are automatically debited using your credit or debit account of choice.
How do membership autorenewals work?
For our Unlimited CrossFit memberships, the commitment period is 3 months. At the end of every 3 months, the contract will autorenew for another 3-month commitment. If you would like to discontinue your membership, you can notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org any time before the contract autorenews.
Our Barbell Club and CrossFit Kids memberships autorenew in the same manner, except that the commitment period is 1 month.
Can I pause my membership?
Yes. You may contact us to request a membership hold of 1 week or longer at any time. During the hold, your billing and membership will pause. At the end of the hold, any future billing and autorenew dates will be extended out for the number of days of the hold.
You may hold your membership for a maximum of 1 month total in any single commitment period.
You must request the hold on or before the hold start date; we don’t allow retroactive holds.
Can I cancel my membership?
You my cancel your autorenewal at any time by notifying us any time before your current membership commitment ends.
If you wish, you may also cancel a CrossFit membership early (before your 3-month commitment is up) by paying an early cancellation fee of $75. The cancellation date must be in the present or future; we do not accept retroactive cancellations.
If you wish to rejoin CrossFit Kindred after your membership ends, you may do so at the current rate; any previous discounts from your expired membership will no longer apply.
What is Open Gym?
During Open Gym hours, you can use our space and equipment outside of class for extra strength, conditioning, or mobility work.
Note that Open Gym sessions are unsupervised, so we require that you get the okay from our head coach Leonie Solia before you attempt any strength and conditioning work on your own during Open Gym hours.
Open Gym sessions are for active members only.