Stay injury-free and boost sports performance
Strength training is perhaps the single most effective method for teens to:
- Develop a strong musculoskeletal system
- Improve body composition
- Reduce the risk of muscle overuse and imbalance problems
- Enhance their running economy
- Ward off the degenerative effects of the aging process
- Perform their daily activities with more energy
Plus, strength training gives teens a MAJOR confidence boost—helping them connect to their inner strength and power.
Our Teen Training program is NOT just a watered-down version of an adult training program. Nope. It’s designed to meet teens where they are, and give them progressive exercise focused on fundamental fitness conditioning (which includes strength, flexibility, agility, power, and aerobic endurance). It’s developmentally appropriate, and led by our own Aesch Lengstorf—the most fun, energetic, friendly trainer you’ll ever meet. Aesch has particular expertise in youth soccer agility training, and finds creative solutions for turning weaknesses into strengths.
What our teens think about Teen Training at Sweet Mo:
What do you love about Sweet Mo?
It’s a very comfortable environment where I can go in and be myself with no one judging me.
How has training at Sweet Mo impacted your life?
I’m feeling more flexible and strong, and my mood has improved along with the pain in my back. Overall it has just made my life better.
How did you feel when you were coming into your first class, compared to how you feel now?
Coming into my first class I felt a little out of place and awkward, but now I feel like I can walk in, be myself, talk about things I enjoy, and just be a little more comfortable with where I am.
If you were to tell a friend about Sweet Mo Teen Training what would you say?
I would say that Sweet Mo is the most welcoming training place to be and that they really do care about how you feel and how they can make things work for you. I would also describe the trainer, who is super funny and nice, and clearly loves what she’s doing and who she’s teaching. Overall, I would say I love Sweet Mo and I love everyone there.