Fit for the Future

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Fit for the Future is a mandatory orientation program for 10- to 13-year old youth wishing to use Strathcona County wellness centres with an appropriate guardian.

  • 1. What happens during a Fit for the Future orientation?

    During the orientation, a fitness technician will teach youth:

    • Proper workout guidelines and exercise principles 
    • Weight room etiquette and safety
    • Resistance training, cardiovascular fitness and stretching techniques
    • How to do a proper warm up and cool down

    Youth will receive a take-home pamphlet that includes information taught during the session.

  • 2. What recreation facilities offer Fit for the Future orientations?

    Fit for the Future orientations are offered at Millennium Place, Ardrossan Recreation Complex and Glen Allan Recreation Complex.

  • 3. How do I book a Fit for the Future orientation?

    Drop in Fit for the Future orientation sessions are offered Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. at Millennium Place and Ardrossan Recreation Complex. Sessions runs for 1.5 hours.

    Call 780-416-7214 to book an appointment to attend a session at Glen Allan Recreation Complex

  • 4. What does a Fit for the Future orientation cost?

    A Fit for the Future orientation is one of the many FREE benefits included in a Millennium Card pass or is included with the purchase of a regular child or youth facility admission pass.

Contact Us

Book your appointment today or contact us for more information!

Millennium Place
780-416-7212
millenniumplace@strathcona.ca

Ardrossan Recreation Complex
780-400-2079
recreation@strathcona.ca

Glen Allan Recreation Complex
780-410-6557
recreation@strathcona.ca

Last updated: Monday, December 31, 2018
Page ID: 39631