Children need ways to burn off energy and parents wish their children were more active.
Parents should consider enrolling their children in the Adam Vital Junior Programme.
The programme is designed for children and young adults (between 6 years to 14 years) to make them more active and agile and improve their overall movement capabilities through games and fun activities. Apart from developing and improving physical performance, kids also benefit socially as team play is encouraged.
Young athletes will learn how to move properly by applying functional movement patterns within developmentally appropriate games.
What we do
The programme is of a 6 to 9 month duration and consists of 2 weekly sessions of an hour each. Each indoor active session uses various games and props, including pedalo, speed court and other proprietary techniques to build specific skills. The play-oriented sessions ensure kids are engaged while learning aspects like coordination, flexibility, core strength, balance, speed, and endurance.
At the start of the programme each child is assessed for flexibility, balance, coordination and speed.
A structured plan of specific activities and play-oriented techniques spread over 6 to 9 months.
Challenges and activities.
Each child’s progress is documented and he/she is challenged to improve. Team play and game-based challenges ensure team spirit and competitiveness.
A marked difference is seen in speed, agility, balance and coordination and these results are also shared with the child and parents.
Benefits of the programme
Develop strength, speed, endurance, flexibility, agility, alertness, control, balance and coordination through movement.
Decrease the risk of injuries and reduce the risk of becoming overweight.
Improve the athletic skills of running, jumping and throwing.
Learn proper muscle movement and function.
Develop qualities of self-esteem, self-awareness, confidence, initiative and leadership through movement.
Experience adventure and challenges.
Develop an understanding of fair play and team spirit through participation and competition.