OLYMPIC WEIGHT LIFTING FOR TEENS

Research suggests strength training has a lot to offer to our teenagers in terms of health, fitness and fun. Teens who work out with weights, as well as exercise aerobically, reduce by half their risk for sports injuries. Weight training also helps improve sports performance. It boosts bone density and strengthens tendons.
— Barbara Brehm-Curtis, Ed.D., a professor of exercise and sport studies at Smith College in Northampton, Mass.

We are excited to announce that we are going to start with Barbell Club for Teens. The first class will start Thursday Oct 12th from 5.30 - 6.30pm. The session will be coach by Coach Bart Koch and he will be assisted by Skip Callard. Skip, 17 years old, is already an accomplished lifter and competed at several international competitions.

The classes are open to anyone, boys and girls. You don't have to be strong. Everything we do will be scaled to the abilities of the Teens in a safe and supportive group setting.

If you got any question fill out form below or call Coach Agnes at 07905-789144. To sign up click on button:

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Skip Callard

" I have a lot of knowledge of the sport and believe I have a lot to share which will benefit others in improving there Olympic lifting as well as their general lifting ability."

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