Cross Fit 2022

Agility Rotation and Strength Rotation

What students don’t like to have fun? Each night, through both our agility rotation and our strength rotation, Cross Fit participants will have the opportunity to engage in teambuilding activities through maneuvering through obstacle courses, and running routes through cones. On the strength rotation, teams will have a chance to work against other teams in tug a wars. Some nights those that lose will be pulled through the water! 

Speed Rotation

Running helps with fitness, but it also helps students focus on the finish line. Students can learn that they can do what they didn’t think they could do with focus and a “no quit” mentality. In addition, team relay races will help develop solid attitudes about the need for teamwork. At the end of the day, what really matters is speed. Who’s the fastest! We want kids to find the fun in competition and rooting for each other to be the fastest! 

Focus Rotation 

Focus can be a challenge for many students and even some adults. However, learning how to focus and choosing to focus on important things is essential for life. This year, we will help students learn to focus by aiming for a target…yes, our focus rotation will include archery!! Of course, your child needs your permission to participate, but with trained staff and experts on hand, we know this rotation will help students learn, with hands on experience, a simple truth…what you aim for, you will hit. We want students to learn that they can aim for big goals and big dreams. We also want them to know that they can follow the Lord too, if they set their mind on following Him. 

The Endzone

Each night, after running around, laughing, and having a great time, we’ll pause and focus on what the Bible teaches about responsibility, focus, teamwork, respect, etc… Our goal is for students to know that God sees them where they are. Regardless of their situation, they can know God and live their life fulfilling the purpose for which they have been created. There’s no greater satisfaction than knowing our life matters and that our life can make a difference. We want each student to know this by knowing Jesus Christ.