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Kids Training

In our groups of schoolchildren, the children train in an age-mixed way. This has the advantage that the younger children can learn from the older ones and orient themselves on them, the older ones act as models in their respective roles.
In order to meet the respective level of physical performance and to ensure adequate training support, two instructor/ exercise leaders are present in the training sessions, when the children are divided into the appropriate training groups. The change of school children to the youth is “creeping,” i.e. individual older children are given the opportunity to change into the training of the youth for a few weeks and to participate in kids training at the same time. So they have the safety of the usual and can first try themselves at a new role as “adolescents” and orient themselves in the new group. They determine the pace of the transition themselves.

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