Optimal Sport Health Club’s “Fit Future” Program is a youth enrichment program that focuses on activity and education – more specifically, physical activity and nutritional awareness.
Fit Future is best described as a training camp in which young people are introduced to healthy, sustainable training and nutrition principles that can last a lifetime.
During each of the eight days, participants will be taken through a well-structured curriculum:
- The Fundamentals of Functional Training (60 minutes);
- Endurance Cardio Training (45 minutes);
- Lunch and Learn Discussion (45 minutes).
Lunch and Learn Discussion topics will be age-appropriate.
During these interactive discussions, participants will learn about subjects like, “Healthy Snacking,” “The Benefits of Being Strong,” and “Fitness Myths and Misconceptions,” just to name a few. Each day will have a different Lunch and Learn topic, lead by the program’s creator, Christopher Gilbert.
Chris, a University of Pennsylvania graduate and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), has a passion for helping young people.
Sinead Mallon has her Master’s in Counseling from The College of New Jersey and is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).
Optimal Sport Health Club, Chris, and Sinead are committed to helping young people as they manage their weight, health, and body image as they come of age – into a Fit Future.