LGA Junior

 

How It Works

“Let’s Get Active Junior” programme is a variation of our tried and tested adult “Let’s Get Active” programme. The principle of the programme is that all participants are given 12 weeks of varied activities with a personal trainer attached offering one to one support. The 12 weeks gives the participants the chance to try different activities, see and feel a difference within themselves and hopefully continue with a healthier lifestyle at the end of the 12 weeks where they choose activities of their choice for a nominal fee.

Removing Barriers

A recent report showed Oldham as having the highest obesity rates. Our programme tackles this concern by removing as many barriers to participation as possible.

What To Expect

Sports

With 8 weekly sports and fitness activities (32 sessions per month and increasing) participants have a huge choice of sports including, Boxing, Zumba, Dance, Football, Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Kabaddi etc. They can take part as a hobby or choose to excel in their chosen sport with opportunities to compete in tournaments and competitions around the country.

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And More

We have successfully delivered the Programme for the last 3 years with funding from BBC Children in Need. Over 300 young people benefitted from the project which created peer mentors, young volunteers, national champions.

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We Believe

Sports is a universal language and brings people together. It’s NOT about what activity or sports participants choose. It’s about discipline, being part of the wider community, meeting new people, making new friends, sharing new experiences, learning new skills, increasing their confidence, staying fit and active, leading a healthy lifestyle and continuing into adulthood.

Our Programme

The Lets Get Active Programme is a 12 week intensive lifestyle changing programme

LGA Junior

A variation of our tried and tested adult “Let’s Get Active” programme

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