NOVA Strength and Conditioning to launch youth strength and conditioning program

6 Week Strength and Conditioning Program designed for youths aged 11-15.
NOVA Strength and Conditioning | NOVA Teens
NOVA Strength and Conditioning | NOVA Teens
SPRINGFIELD, Va. - Sept. 16, 2018 - PRLog -- NOVA Strength and Conditioning announces the launch of youth fitness classes led by certified, background checked instructors.  The program will serve all genders of youth aged 11 to 15.   Beginning with fundamental healthy movement patterns, this 6 week program designed for teens will also introduce higher-level athletics, including technique work, accuracy, flexibility, coordination, bodyweight strength, core strength, endurance, and goal-setting.

Traditionally, teens are placed into adult fitness situations or entirely overlooked. This program is designed to meet the unique needs of young people. It will introduce them to workouts and begin to teach  nutrition principles, creating an opportunity to foster a love for fitness and a healthy relationship with food.It will  teach correct motor patterns for functional movement that will benefit these youth for a lifetime and create a safe foundation for sports and training programs that these individuals may pursue.

They will also benefit from coaches who have been trained/certified/background checked in how movement affects academics, healthy social interactions, problem-solving and a positive growth mindset. A massive amount of development occurs between the age of 11 and 15, so as each athlete progresses, our expectations raise to keep them consistently challenged.

The NOVATEENS Program focuses on physical development in a fun environment. According to the owner and founder of NOVA Strength and Conditioning, Erin Sanzero, "NOVA is the best suited facility to train youth, because I've been working with young people in group and 1-on-1 settings for 17 years. Beyond experience and expertise, I understand how to create a training environment and facility that follows protocols and practices in alignment with the school system so everyone is safe, protected, and empowered." In addition to leading NOVA Strength & Conditioning, Erin Sanzero is a volunteer for the youth organization, Comfort Zone, a camp designered to support youth through the period of grief that followe the loss of a loved one.

Parents should enroll their teens in this program to support self confidence, healthy body weight, physical fitness, and comfort and safety in a fitness environment. Teens also benefit from a healthy peer group that supports and celebrates their progress.

Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:45-6:30pm beginning this fall.

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