GIRLS Workout Club! (9-14)
Ready Set Fitness by Miss Shannon- Let's Exercise!
Let's workout together! Friendship and Fitness for Girls! In this 30 minute full body workout we will learn new exercises each week as well as play fun games to learn muscle names and nutrition facts. Let's get active! #superstar
Class will begin by walking in place to get our muscles warmed up, blood flowing, and heart rate up. The girls and I can chat about some of our favorite ways to stay active, goal setting, and nutrition! Whether we had a week full of setbacks or victories, this is a safe place to find encouragement and motivation! Having a workout partner or group makes working out fun and we are more likely to stick to our routine! It's important to note that fitness isn't about how you look, it's about how...
Girls will learn various stretches and exercises throughout class. I will teach them proper form by modeling both the correct and incorrect ways to perform each exercise. The goal of this class is to help promote a love for physical exercise and health! I seek to do this by providing a comfortable and inviting environment for the girls while we also build camaraderie with one another. Improvement in the areas of strength, balance, and agility. They will also be working towards achieving the daily physical activity recommendations of both the CDC and American Heart Association. According to the CDC, it is recommended that children and adolescents ages (6-17 years) should do 60 minutes or more of moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity each day, including daily aerobic – and activities that strengthen bones (like running or jumping) – 3 days each week, and that build muscles (like climbing or doing push-ups) – 3 days each week." According to the American Heart Association: Active kids are more likely to have: -a healthy weight -stronger, healthier bones and muscles -better heart and brain health -improved brain function, including memory, attention and problem-solving -better school attendance and academic performance, especially in math, reading and writing -lower long-term risk of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and some kinds of cancer -less stress and fewer symptoms of anxiety and depression -less inappropriate and distracting classroom behavior -improved mental health and psychological well-being, including confidence and self-esteem
Bachelor's Degree- Elementary Education Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) License- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Youth Exercise Specialist (YES) Certified- (NASM) Fitness Nutrition Specialist (FNS) Certified- (NASM) Experience- 5+ years youth/adult personal trainer and group exercise trainer
-Comfortable clothes, sneakers optional (some learners love to be barefoot!) -Water (for hydration) -2 additional water bottles (these will be used as our 1lb weights)- if you have small hand weights/dumbbells 1-5lbs you are encouraged to use those, but weights are not required. You can pick up an inexpensive pair at Walmart, Amazon, or even a Dollar Store. -Optional mat or pad as some exercises will be performed on our knees or on the ground. -Small space clear of objects
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parental guidance is suggested just to make sure your child is staying hydrated and resting when needed. But don't worry! We will take plenty of group water and breathing breaks!
Welcome to the Ready Set Fitness Club where we believe exercising and learning should be fun! We make exercising something children look forward to each week. Perfect for all abilities and backgrounds, our group classes focus on building healthy...
1x per week
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Completed by 639 learners
Live video meetings
2-18 learners per class