Youth FIRE Strength & Conditioning Programme
Gain strength and build confidence for your youth.
Our Youth FIRE Strength & Conditioning programme builds strength, fitness and confidence in young males & females so that they will excel in their sport, plus reducing the risk of injuries.
EPT have over five years’ experience training children from 7 to 15 years old. To date over 100 Hong Kong kids have benefitted from this comprehensive programme.
We focus heavily on movement & technique with NO LOAD until the youth has “picture perfect” form. To optimise results, we require your child to commit for 6-12 months.
Our Programmes are balanced, SAFE & progressive.
Sign up your child for our upcoming Easter holiday programme.
- Attainment of Correct Movement Patterns
Improving squats, lunges, pushing, pulling, pressing, rotation & gait which are all used in sport.
- Moderate Strength & Core Training
Building strength & injury prevention for sport.
- Fitness Conditioning
Developing endurance, anaerobic capability and stamina
Stretching muscles in growing bodies, improving mobility for better movement.
- Power, Speed & Agility
Improving speed and being able to change directions quicker to physically dominate in their sport.
Please note the programme will only operate outside of holiday periods. You could also create your child’s own group with a group of like-minded friends!
The boys like your class so much , they want to do more 😉 before The boys really do not like to do training , now they always looking forward to your class 😃👍 Thank you so much for coaching them 🙏😊
Our doctor recommended my son, Jack, to come to EPT initially as his legs were getting sore from running on concrete, to strengthen his muscles and to reduce the pain in his legs. He also advised he should reduce the duration of his runs. Before he came he was seeing the physio twice per week.
Jack is not keen on team sports, much preferring running, but he really liked coming to the gym.
Youth FIRE at EPT has been great for Jack, it has boosted his confidence, and this transfers into his PE classes and other sports. He likes the smaller groups, where nobody is competing and the trainers ensure the kids have fun; importantly he’s also becoming stronger.
He’s been recommended to use self-myofascial release (Trigger Point) and stretching after his workouts. He’s also found the nutrition talks for kids really helpful. I will definitely recommend EPT to friends.
- Jack Field