Summer Drop-in Athletic Program sign up

Posted by Falcons Field Hockey Club - Delta, Ladner, Tsawwassen on May 13 2014 at 10:08PM PDT in 2013/2014 Season

Kids on Track is proud to offer RunJumpThrow Programs
Wednesdays June 4 – September 24 inclusive 3:30-5:00pm or 5:00-6:30pm

Cost: 5 classes 125$. 10 classes 250$
Call 604.760.1557

Developed by Athletics Canada the Kids on Track RJT program is *a grassroots athletic development program. This FUNdamentals program teaches the skills of running, jumping and throwing and the technical skill progressions for track and field events. It is designed for boys and girls ages 6-12, has progressions for older athletes, and can be adapted for special needs.

Kids on Track RJT skills form the basis of all land based sport and as such, Kids on Track provides a strong foundation for success in all sports and physical activities, which allows participants to develop a positive self image and be the best they can be.
Kids on Track is:
• Integrated for development at all levels
• Broad based and progressive
• FUNdamental to all land based sports
• Inclusive for all abilities and maturational stages
• Adaptive to special needs and athletes with disabilities
• Gender equitable

Kids on Track stresses:
• Skills of RUNNING, JUMPING and THROWING in age appropriate sequential progressions
• Individual improvement and positive reinforcement
FUN and active learning environment
• Improvement in physical and emotional well being
• Safety and certified instruction

Kids on Track provides the tools for children to learn fundamental running, jumping and throwing movement skills that help to acquire a strong foundation for success in all other sports and physical activities, learn the basics of athletics, and of course the skills needed for all land-based sports! Kids on Track is most importantly NON-competitive, with a number one goal of having FUN! This is the value of the sport of Athletics– preparing Canadians for a lifetime of excellence and diversity in active living.

Active Healthy Kids Canada has released their 2012 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. This Report Card is the most comprehensive annual assessment of child and youth physical activity in Canada. Some key findings listed are:
• 46% of Canadian kids get 3 hours or less of active play per week, including weekends
• 63% of Canadian kids’ free time after school and on weekends is spent being sedentary
• 92% of Canadian children said they would choose playing with friends over watching TV

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