IC Fit Kids is Back!

09/24/2012

Contributed by Judy Mauk

IC FIT KIDS: Personalized one on one training customized to help your child reach their fitness goals at the Ithaca College Robert R. Colbert Wellness Clinic.

 IC Fit Kids is a fitness program designed for the children of Ithaca College employees. Fit Kids will provide your son or daughter with one on one coaching from nationally certified fitness specialists. Together, your son or daughter will work with their coach to create a specialized fitness program to fit their individual needs.

The IC Fit Kids program runs during the hours of the Wellness Clinic, which are 6:00 AM – 6:30 PM, Monday through Friday. However, there are no pre-set dates or fixed training times.  The specific times and dates of the training sessions are flexible and can be worked out with your Kids fitness specialist to help accommodate your busy schedule.

 Children of all fitness levels and backgrounds, ages 10 – 17, are encouraged to join. Fit Kids will pair your child with a fitness specialist who will develop and coach them through a specific exercise program based on their age, experience and fitness goals. Programs can be customized to improve not only Sport Performance but Body Composition, General Health, Fitness and any other exercise related goals. Let IC Fit Kids take your child's health, fitness or sport performance to the next level!

 Training Packages are Available

 5 Sessions: $100   -   10 Sessions: $140   -   15 Sessions: $170   -   20 Sessions: $200

 *Once a training package is purchased feel free to use your sessions at any point during the semester when it is convenient for you and your kid!

 If you are interested, please contact the Wellness Clinic by email at wellness@ithaca.edu or by phone at 274-1301, for information on joining IC Fit Kids!

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Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Judy Mauk at jmauk@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1301. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible

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