Weekly fitness classes for Primary 6 to S5’s! The Burn It Youth Academy focuses on getting kids into fitness by offering a fun, sociable, enjoyable exercise experience with an educational purpose focused on the importance of physical fitness, mental health and nutrition.
‘Escape from the X Box’ and put down those devices for a bit with West Lothian’s number 1 fitness provider. The classes are suitable for all levels, regardless of fitness.
Youth Academy – Bridgend Golf Club – 6-7 pm every Tuesday
Youth Academy Pass – £20 per month (unlimited sessions)
Run from the fantastic outdoor and indoor facility, Bridgend Golf Club, the Youth Academy sessions are bonkers! Outdoor fitness, trail running, circuit classes, equipment-based workouts, games, circus skills, golf, footgolf, axe throwing, first aid, health and wellbeing lessons, bowls, darts, highland games, stretching, nutrition support and much much more! Our Youth Academy members are given a complete mix of exercise, fun and laughter each week!
Expertly planned by our fully qualified, insured and PVG-held instructors, the weekly fitness classes use a unique blend of safe and functional exercise combined with fun, games and education to help encourage and keep our Youth Academy members motivated. The Burn It Youth Academy focuses on getting kids into fitness by offering a fun, friendly, enjoyable exercise experience.
Around 14% of UK children are estimated to be obese.
A “staggering” one in four teenagers are clinically obese by the age of 15.
The study of more than 370,000 children shows that 25 per cent of girls and 24 per cent of boys between the ages of 10 and 15 are now obese.
Whilst these stats are staggering, there is more to that. Think about health implications later in life, the knock in confidence, the mental health issues in teenagers, the lack of education and the importance of fitness and health.
50% of mental health problems are established by age 14 and 75% by age 24. 10% of children and young people (aged 5-16 years) have a clinically diagnosable mental problem3, yet 70% of children and adolescents who experience mental health problems have not had appropriate interventions at a sufficiently early age.