F45 Training Tysons is proud to announce the launch of its Prodigy model for adolescents between 11-17 years of age to begin on Monday, October 26. F45 Tysons, the first F45 studio in the region to offer the Prodigy program, will provide teens the opportunity to develop both physically and mentally in a motivating, community environment.
Prodigy is the latest innovation from F45, the world’s fastest growing functional fitness network, which has been designed to deliver a safe, effective and time-efficient form of physical activity for teens. According to the World Health Organization, 80% of children and adolescents do not achieve the recommended amount of physical activity.
“Prodigy is specifically designed to support growing teens with everyday movements while building strength, endurance and overall wellbeing,” said Jeffrey Harnois, CEO and member of Hillcrest Health LLC, the owner/operator of F45 Tysons. “F45 Prodigy has been widely utilized in the Australian and New Zealand markets for the past year and a half, and we are confident that it will positively change many children’s lives here domestically as well. The program has been developed by a dedicated medical team and athletics department at F45 HQ, who have been working extremely hard to modify, reinvent and develop a brand-new program for teens.”
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, F45 Tysons has implemented a host of new safety protocols, processes and precautions to keep its staff and members safe including strict entry protocols, contactless temperature checks, hand sanitization, increased time for studio sanitization and equipment cleaning during and in between each class, as well as a nightly professional deep clean of the entire facility.
F45 Tysons will host a Prodigy Family Information Night on Monday, October 19 at 7:00 p.m. Parents are encouraged to bring their children to experience the workout, learn more about the Prodigy program, and ask any questions they may have. Healthy snacks and refreshments will be served.