Youth Athletic Development

Youth Athletic Development

What are you waiting for?

Find out what Cody Fitness can do for you! 

What are you waiting for?

Find out what Cody Fitness can do for you! 

25 Crown St, 

Laverton VIC 3028

25 Crown St, 

Laverton VIC 3028

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cody@codyfitness.com

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0406846814

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Are you ready for your transformation? 

Are you ready for your transformation? 

The Cody Fitness philosophy helps you to identify your fitness goals and turn them into reality...

The Cody Fitness philosophy helps you to identify your fitness goals and turn them into reality...

- C.S.

- C.S.

14th May 2019

14th May 2019

The youth program teaches proper form and mechanics in functional and athletic movements in classes that are different every day with a focus on FUN. 

Cody fitness emphasises good movement throughout childhood and adolescence.

The youth program teaches proper form and mechanics in functional and athletic movements in classes that are different every day with a focus on FUN. 

Cody fitness emphasises good movement throughout childhood and adolescence.

Consistently good mechanics translates to physical literacy, enhanced sports performance and fewer injuries for youths. 

Not only that, a vast body of research indicates that exercise is beneficial to cognitive function, which means consistency of a physical program over time can improve a child’s academic achievement.

Commitments:

Teaching children to become successful leaders.

Providing a safe and positive learning environment.

Promoting the importance of health and fitness for a lifetime.

Bringing out the champion in your child!

At Cody Fitness I use a combination of skill practice, workouts and games to build strength and conditioning in children. 

My classes include elements of weight lifting, body weight movements, running, jump roping, and more. Specifically, teaching the General Physical Skills. 

These skills are the base for any sport or discipline your child may pursue. Improvement in each of these physical capacities will directly lead to your child having an increased ability to learn and succeed in other sports.

General Physical Skills

1. Cardiovascular Endurance – Can you get enough oxygen to your body?

2. Stamina – Can you get enough energy to your muscles?

3. Strength – How much can you lift?

4. Flexibility – Can you touch your toes?

5. Power – How much work can you do in the least amount of time?

6. Speed – How fast can you go?

7. Coordination – Can you pat your head and rub your stomach?

8. Accuracy – Can you kick a soccer ball into the net?

9. Agility – How quickly can you change direction?

10. Balance – Can you stand on one foot? With your eyes shut?

The truth is, young athletes must be very careful when learning how to train correctly. 

That’s why I have put together our Young Athlete Development programme.

Consistently good mechanics translates to physical literacy, enhanced sports performance and fewer injuries for youths. 

Not only that, a vast body of research indicates that exercise is beneficial to cognitive function, which means consistency of a physical program over time can improve a child’s academic achievement.

Commitments:

Teaching children to become successful leaders.

Providing a safe and positive learning environment.

Promoting the importance of health and fitness for a lifetime.

Bringing out the champion in your child!

At Cody Fitness I use a combination of skill practice, workouts and games to build strength and conditioning in children. 

My classes include elements of weight lifting, body weight movements, running, jump roping, and more. Specifically, teaching the General Physical Skills. 

These skills are the base for any sport or discipline your child may pursue. Improvement in each of these physical capacities will directly lead to your child having an increased ability to learn and succeed in other sports.

General Physical Skills

1. Cardiovascular Endurance – Can you get enough oxygen to your body?

2. Stamina – Can you get enough energy to your muscles?

3. Strength – How much can you lift?

4. Flexibility – Can you touch your toes?

5. Power – How much work can you do in the least amount of time?

6. Speed – How fast can you go?

7. Coordination – Can you pat your head and rub your stomach?

8. Accuracy – Can you kick a soccer ball into the net?

9. Agility – How quickly can you change direction?

10. Balance – Can you stand on one foot? With your eyes shut?

The truth is, young athletes must be very careful when learning how to train correctly. 

That’s why I have put together our Young Athlete Development programme.