CrossFit Kids is not merely a scaled down version of CrossFit. It is entirely and absolutely CrossFit, geared and designed for a special population and the specific developmental needs of that population.
—Mikki Lee Martin, CrossFit Kids Co-Founder
CrossFit Kids combines gymnastics, body-weight calisthenics, and weightlifting elements to develop capacity across 10 General Physical Skills, with additional focus on elements that encourage bone density and balance, and coordination development. Children and Teens have a great opportunity to maximize their physical skills when exposed to this stimulus during years of peak development, and the elements are combined to keep children engaged and entertained, while teaching them proper movement mechanics and creating a broad athletic foundation. For CrossFit Kids, it is imperative to pair fitness and fun, thus creating a lifelong love of health and fitness for our children.
Fun, SAFE environment
Here at CrossFit RepScheme, we will be teaching the kids all the fundamental movements with form of the greatest importance. We have a motto that “Do less better” is the best way to keep children safe, while teaching them the proper techniques that will carry over into fitness, sports, and general athletics as they get older. We have made fitness into a “game,” creating a unique take that disguises fitness, and turns it into something children enjoy!
Bring your kids in for a free trial class!
CrossFit RepScheme is the ONLY CrossFit in the west valley area with a Kids program, and we’re lucky enough to have the most dedicated coaches in the area, with the love for kids as the biggest priority. All our coaches that will be working with children have had background checks. We strive to educate our coaches, and give them the best knowledge available so that proper information is transferred.
Currently you may sign your child up for as little as 1 class per week, and as many as 3 classes per week!
The classes are about 1 hour in length:
*Sometimes the workout and the Game may be the same thing.
**Studies have shown that children retain more information after the stimulus of exercise has been conducted.