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I would like to present Liftoff Academy Strength program. Children's lifestyles have become more sedentary than ever. This is likely due to technology replacing walking, running, and playing outside. Kids can have social life through the internet essentially hanging out with friends without leaving their home. This is not about our diminishing social interaction, or increase dependency on technology, or even a look into why physical education has declined, this is about introducing some age-appropriate activities into your child’s life to educate and create a healthy lifestyle from adolescence to adulthood.

This is a 16-week progressive strength program. Our number one goal agenda is injury prevention for the athletes. Number two is development and performance. I would recommend your child working out at least 2 times a week with 24-48 hours in between sessions. Please have the participant present and 5 minutes early to every session. We will give nutrition guidelines and post-workout snacks to build muscle and enhance recovery. You should try your best to keep your child away from processed foods, candy, and sugary beverages when not active to ensure body transformation.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.



The Programs We Provide:


Strength development

This class is for k-5th grade only. At this age it is important to concentrate on proper pattern, developing core strength, and coordination that will serve them later when they begin weightlifting process. Our goal is to set a solid of foundation of the main athletic movement patterns squat, RDL, Lunge, push up, pull up.

Weightlifting 101

This class is for 6th-8th and potential in experienced 9th graders. We will introduce this group to lifting equipment along with the proper form and technique to execute the lift. Our goal is to progressively in crease the amount of force that the body can tolerate to prevent injury.

Elite Lifting

This class is for 9th-12th graders only. We will introduce this group to Olympic style lifts to become explosive. We will continue to harp on proper form and technique to reduce the possibility of injury. Our goal is to prepare these guys for collegiate weightlifting and get them bigger, faster, stronger.

Youth Training

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