QuickFit Kids classes are held in a group setting, and include age-appropriate training for different age groups. Workouts typically follow a game-based format and consist of constantly varied, functional movements designed to build well-rounded athletes while also translating to the every-day things kids do: play, pull, push, run, throw, climb, lift and jump. Workouts are scaled to accommodate different ages, fitness levels and physical abilities. Classes include a warm up, skill work, and workout and game. Kids sometimes do train using appropriate weight loads and equipment such as dumbbells, kettlebells, and medicine balls. However, we do not have children perform maximum efforts on lifts. Our QuickFit Kids classes are fun, safe, and kid-centric.
Class lengths vary depending on the age group, but range between 40 and 45 minutes. Children may arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class to change and be ready for class. Please collect them from the club to ensure they arrive safely home; ideally children should eat within 30 minutes of exercising to promote fast recovery and refueling.
We offer QF Kids programs for kids ages 7-11, and a Teens Program from 12-16.
Every Tuesday and Thursday. Age 7-11 runs from 3.45-4.30pm, Age 12-16 runs from 4.30-5.15pm.
Your child may attend every class depending on the package you sign up for and the program you select. Your child is welcome to attend any of the QF Kids classes we have for their age group.
We do ask that at least one parent or guardian remain in or around the building, but you do not have to stay on the floor during your child’s class.
For starters, it’s never boring. No two workouts are the same, so the novelty of each class keeps them excited about participating. We teach our QF Kids classes in a game-style format that’s fun and engaging. Kids who participate in QF Kids programs learn to be supportive and encouraging of all children in the program, so no child feels left out or left behind. QF Kids is a community, where every kid — regardless of fitness level or athleticism — is given the opportunity and the tools to find their own athletic ability within them.
QF Kids does not focus on training children to be good in just one specialized area or sport. Because the classes cover a broad range of movements, exercises and modalities, kids become well-rounded overall athletes as well as better competitors in their chosen sport.Other benefits of QF Kids include:
Definitely not. The kids in our program run the gamut of all fitness levels and physical abilities, from kids who have never participated in sports to competitive teen athletes. You’ll find children in all shapes and sizes in our programs, each one having a great time getting into shape and discovering their own unique athletic abilities. We are here to teach kids healthy lifestyle choices and a love for fitness, whatever level they’re at.
All our QF Kids classes are led by certified, insured personal trainers and CF coaches who bring extensive experience to training and teaching children of all ages.
Depending on the age, ability and fitness level of the children, we do incorporate weight training and lifting into our QuickFit Kids program. But we do so in a way that promotes the highest level of safety and effectiveness. We place a strong emphasis on learning and perfecting the correct form, and never push kids to perform max lifts or to lift weights to exhaustion. With younger kids, we often do not use weights at all. When done under the proper supervision of a professionally trained and certified coach, weight training is safe for children. In fact, mounting research shows that light weight training for kids is safer than many other sports out there, and is a great way for kids to learn athletic fundamentals, improve motor skills, and develop neural pathways that will help them down the road.
Our goal is not to convince kids to just eat natural or any other specific diet. But we do believe that a key part of training kids to live healthier, better lives is to encourage healthy nutritional habits. To do this, we stick to the basics: avoid sugar, try to eat good sources of protein with every meal, nuts and seeds are good fats, eat colorful vegetables and fruits, and limit pasta, white bread, white rice and even whole grains that really aren’t that good for you. Pretty simple stuff.
We encourage parents to support their children maintain consistency in QuickFit Kids attendance, and provide healthy meals at home and for school. Healthy meals consist of protein, carbohydrate, and fat at every meal. These foods are the optimal fuel for our bodies. We emphasize the importance of unprocessed, natural foods in balanced proportions.
We offer a range of options to accommodate different needs, children and budget. See our membership page here and schedule a free class for your child to try out. It’s the best way to see what HIIT Fit Kids is all about.