Implemented into a regular academic day, ACT is meant to bridge a gap between performance training and classroom performance by improving physical and cognitive development in our youth.
Athletic Classroom Training (A.C.T.) is a program developed by performance coaches with the intent to teach foundational athletic movements to adolescents in the classroom while creating a more effective academic learning environment.
Integrated movement patterns catalyze cognitive development and brain performance.
Daily lessons, workouts, that can be safely implemented with very little space.
Workouts take just minutes and need no fancy equipment to complete.
Exercise movements challenge the body and mind through neuromuscular control.
Bridge the gap between performance training and classroom performance.
Implemented into a regular academic day, ACT is meant to bridge a gap by improving physical and cognitive development in our youth.
Improve the health of young athletes in and out of the classroom.
By teaching exercise movements meant to challenge the body and mind through neuromuscular control and strength we can help improve the health of young athletes in and out of the classroom.
Develop healthy physical identities for our youth.
For decades neuroscience has shown very strong correlations between physical fitness and academics but yet we fail to see the writing on the door and instead continue to cut physical education and other opportunities for kids to develop healthy physical identities.
Implement foundational athletic movements into classrooms.
With physical education time dropping across the nation, recess time being cut, and copious amounts of screen time replacing free play we are witnessing the decay of athleticism across our youth. Implementing ACT in the classroom is our way of making a difference in the schools systems in just a few minutes every day.