Youth Training in Cary, NC
Nearly 20 million youth between the ages of 6 and 16 participate in vast array of non-scholastic sports activities. There are an additional 6 to 7 million more high school aged students participating in school sponsored athletic activity per year.
The number of reported injuries is startling. 22 of every 100 female athletes will sustain a sports related injury compared to nearly double that rate at 39 out of every 100 for boys.
The Importance of a Youth Training Program for Your Child
The effects of a structured, sports specific exercise plan are indisputable. Proper training habits, maintenance of flexibility, and correct biomechanics are the foundations of an effective program that will not only reduce the risk of injury in the young athlete, but will also improve their overall performance.
Conversely, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than a third of U.S. high school students do not regularly engage in any “vigorous-intensity” physical activity. Participation in high school physical education classes dropped from 42 percent in 1991 to 32 percent in 2001.
In addition to helping to control weight, regular physical exercise contributes to healthy bones, muscles and joints; reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression; and lowers the risk of diseases such as stroke, colon cancer, diabetes and heart disease!
Contact PHASE II for Youth Training in Cary, NC
If you feel your child could benefit from our Youth Training Programs, contact PHASE II for a complimentary evaluation today. We’ve helped numerous children just like yours achieve success. Let us help your child as well. A lifetime of health begins in our youth, so let us help your child stay healthy, fit, and reduce their risk of serious disease during their lifetime.