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Youth Fitness

Physical activity is crucial for youth development. Having fun while being active is the best way to encourage our kids to keep active. Current recommendations suggest that youth should participate in at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity daily. In addition to aerobic activities such as running, dance or cycling, research increasingly indicates that regular participation in a youth strength-training program can offer observable health, fitness and performance benefits for children and adolescents.

PSP Community Recreation offers programming that helps our youth stay active and healthy.
 

DDH Fitness Courses

There are two courses available to approve youth ages 10+ to be able to access fitness areas of Dundonald Hall

Cardio Course

The Cardio Course is a prerequisite to the Teen Weight Training Course. The cardio portion can be done anytime at Dundonald Hall by a Gym Supervisor if time allots. Once the cardio portion is completed, written documentation must go to the Recreation Complex in order to update the CAC membership.

Teen Weight Room Orientation

The Teen Weight Room Orientattion is 2 hours of training, which may certify youth ages 13-17 years to utilize the weight and cardio rooms at Dundonald Hall.  Youth who are 13 and 14 must have a parent accompany them on the course.  Once the course is successfully completed, written documentation must go to the Recreation Complex in order to update the CAC Membership and a new card will be issued. 
 
Upcoming Course Dates 
6:00-8:00 pm | Dundonald Hall Weight Room
19 April 2020
24 May 2020
14 June 2020

PSP Plan $20 / NON PSP Plan $50

Register ONLINE
 

Fitness Class Access for Youth

Zumba, Aquafit and Yoga classes are open to youth aged 10 to 15. A parent must remain in the building for the duration of the class.

Youth aged 16 and up may attend any of the  Health and Wellness Recreational Fitness classes. Completion of the Teen Weight Training Course is not required.