CrossAxed Rookies

“CrossAxed Rookies” is a youth development program designed at improving strength, cardiovascular fitness, coordination and confidence in our kids. The reduction in Physical Education programs within our schools, the ongoing challenges of less then ideal food options and the increasing sedentary lifestyle our kids are becoming accustom to is placing more pressure on time poor adults to keep their kids not only healthy but to help them achieve a good level of fitness.

This is where CrossAxed Rookies comes in. In 2019 we are introducing an all inclusive program aimed at improving the health of our children. The program will be run in-line with the public school terms.

Term 1 – Tuesday 29th Jan – Friday April 5th

Term 2 – Tuesday 23rd April – Friday 28th June

Term 3 – Monday 15th July – Friday 20th September

Term 4 – Tuesday 8th October – Friday 13th December

We have 2 age groups available

Pre-Teens 8 – 12 Years Old Inclusive

Monday to Thursdays 3:30-4:15pm

Teens 13 – 17 Years Old inclusive

Monday to Thursdays 4:15pm-5:15pm

note: We also have an 8 and under session on Saturdays from 9:00 to 9:45am Saturdays ($10 per child payable on the day)

Cost

Unlimited up to 4 sessions per week

$299 Per term for 1 child.

$500 for 2 children

$600 3 children

Restricted up to 2 sessions per week

$150 Per term for 1 child.

$200 for 2 children

$300 3 children

Casual visit – $15

Payment can be made in full up front or via direct debit weekly, upfront payment will receive a 10% discount

We are holding 2 trial sessions on the 17th of January, 3:30pm-4:15pm (pre-teens) & 4:15pm – 5:15pm (teens) and again on Friday the 18th at 10:30am – 11:15am (pre-teens) & 11:15am-12:15pm (teens).

Please complete the form below to register your interest and one of our staff will be in touch soon.

FAQ’S

  • Will my child be lifting weights and will that stunt their growth? – Our focus for kids is firstly around mechanics of movement, commonly described as “form”. Kids earn the right to add weight to certain exercises by demonstrating the ability to complete the movement consistently well, then and only then do we add any form of resistance. Pre-Pubescent kids develop differently to those who have an increase in testosterone. The younger kids become fitter by increasing speed and efficiency of movement, older kids still benefit from this but they also improve with resistance training as do adults. Growth plate injury concerns have been grossly overestimated in relation to kids lifting weight, it is far more likely for growth plate fractures to occur through soccer or netball. Regardless we take a lot of care to ensure our kids are ready for weight before we add it. Our predominant goal to start with is to develop their midline strength (core) which is something many kids are lacking.
  • How does the session work for different levels/ages? As a parent I understand the different rates at which kids develop, some kids at 16 are men and women and some at 16 are still boys and girls and that is totally ok. We recognise those differences and scale load (weight), volume (repetitions) and intensity to help each child get what they need from the program.
  • Can my child do a trial? Yes, we are holding 2 trial sessions on the 17th of January, 3:30pm-4:15pm (pre-teens) & 4:15pm – 5:15pm (teens) and again on Friday the 18th at 10:30am – 11:15am (pre-teens) & 11:15am-12:15pm (teens).
  • Can I do make up sessions? No, pricing is calculated on a per term basis.
  • Can my child start mid term? Possibly, depending on availability of spaces in the class.
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