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MiNT Classes

Spring Term Dates 2018
Monday 8th Jan to Friday 23rd Jan
Half term break Mon 12th Feb to Fri 16th Feb
This is a 10 week term which amounts to £150 for the full term, if selecting a single class per week.
Children are able to join in their age group without having undertaken the previous age group work. New registrations will simply be taken through some safe practice work prior to the session with one of our coaches and introduced gradually to the level of intensity required at each stage.
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MiNT Foundations
Ages 5-8

Tuesday: 4.30 – 5.30
Fun and confidence building classes based on gymnastics and body weight training. We’ll get your child moving lots and moving correctly, creating really solid fitness and strength. 
The lowdown:
Running, rolling, holding strong positions, getting upside down.
Balancing, accelerating, jumping and landing, moving objects.
Agility, speed agility, reacting quickly and racing.
Classes start up again in 2018 after the Easter Holidays
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MiNT Development
Ages 8-11

Tuesday: 4.30 – 5.30
Thursday: 4.30 – 5.30
These classes increase strength and power through bodyweight exercise and the introduction and appropriate use of lifting light weight objects. Your child’s workout will become more challenging but always within a supportive framework. We introduce sports specific training for this age group.
The lowdown:
Gymnastic work and core stability, handstands, dips, press ups, pull ups, squatting.
Jumping and reacting, throwing. Speed agility using rapid changes of direction.
Skipping ropes, running harnesses and sleds, rowing machines.
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MiNT Extra Strong
Ages 11+

Monday: 4.30 – 5.30
Wednesday: 4.30 – 5.30 
Friday: 4.30 – 5.30  (Speed and Agility session)
Progressive resistance training and testing, advanced jumping drills (plyometrics) and challenging SAQ (speed, agility, quickness) training. Weightlifting is used to help develop power as well as ramping up the intensity of the workouts – all in a highly controlled, safe environment, where movement and technique are paramount
The lowdown:
Weightlifting, resisted sprinting, Plyometrics, understanding of pacing and use of the rowing ergometers. Combination work (lifting to jumping to sprinting), Crossfit workouts, advanced core stability and gymnastics.
Sports specific, near maximum effort weight work, regular performance testing