Our mission is to BUILD FORMIDABLE HUMANS EMPOWERING kids, teens and adults through FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT, KNOWLEDGE, CONFIDENCE AND RESILIENCE.

Fitter Futures offers a rock solid, game changing functional fitness program designed to deliver physical literacy, prevent injuries, improve sports performance, and keep youth (and adults) active and engaged for a lifetime.

Our positive and inclusive coaching environment challenges each athlete, taking them out of their comfort zone. Combined with experienced coaches who connect with and motivate kids, teens and adults, you will be hard pressed to find a better training environment for your family.

Kids, Tweens & Teens

Fitter Futures Adults Classes

Adult Programs

Schools & Club Programs

WHY CHOOSE FITTER FUTURES AS A STRENGTH & CONDITIONING PROGRAM FOR YOUR KIDS OR TEENS?

We offer an extraordinary program and coaching environment specifically designed for youths, helping kids and teens develop confidence and strength, both physically and emotionally.

Our programming is based on The Brand X Method™ World Leaders in Youth Fitness. We want what is best for kids and teens and want them to have the freedom and fearlessness to engage wholeheartedly with the world throughout their entire lives.

Partnerships

We offer sporting partnerships with several well respected experts in the health, sport and fitness industry who are advocates of our program. When other highly qualified and experienced professionals recommend our program, it speaks volumes about what we offer kids, tee ns and adults and the standard of our coaching.

Testimonials

Recent News

Focusing on Healthy Behaviours is the Key to Good Health

In many people’s minds, being healthy is linked with being a certain weight or seeing a specific number on the scales.  If you are a professional jockey or an athlete competing in a weight division, then achieving a number on the scales may be a necessity.  For the average person, however, a mindset of “I…

January 17, 2020
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How labelling kids as “non sporty” can negatively impact them

PLEASE do not let your child or teenager hear you describe them as “not a sporty kid”. In my experience, kids/teens identifying themselves as being “not sporty” or “not a sporty kid” often goes hand-in-hand with a lack of self-confidence and self-esteem particularly with regards to physical capability, limiting beliefs about what they can do,…

January 8, 2020
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Goal Setting Versus Resolutions

We have all done the New Year’s resolution dance. We swear that this year will be different, that we will stay resolute and lose weight, exercise more, or learn a new skill. We give it a red hot go for about a week or two, but without fail we gradually lose motivation and by the…

January 5, 2020
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