"When should my son/daughter begin training?" This is a question that I am often asked on a daily basis. With schools increasing time spent in Language Arts, Math, and Science time is being taken away from other areas. Unfortunately one such area is often Physical Education. Some students are now only getting Physical Education once or even twice a week. Where are these young students going to learn movement skills and how are they going to build a foundation and general understanding of fitness and sports related movements? Over the course of the past year I have seen a large increase of young athletes (7,8,9,10 years olds) coming to speed training. Through speed, agility, and explosive movement training young athletes are taught proper form and technique that will create a good base or foundation for all fitness or sport related movements. Learning proper form and movement patterns is also a great way prevent injuries. So when should your son or daughter begin training? Whenever they begin to compete in athletics. Giving your young athlete the proper foundation that all sport specific movements are based on will not only help in injury prevention but will also help them increase their athletic performance. The younger kids love doing SPARQ training. They see it as "fun" and not work and look forward to the training every week. Have your young athlete start off on the right foot by joining a Speed Boosters training sessions.
TRAIN BETTER, TRAIN SPEED BOOSTERS!