Getting PHYSICAL and Getting HEALTHY

Recreation Therapy is designed to make therapy enjoyable while addressing the physical, social and emotional well-being of adolescent students collectively. These Life and Social Skills topics will expose and address prominent issues and misconceptions that plague our society. As a result, youth will learn to differentiate between right and wrong enabling them to make educated and informed decisions.

Recreation Therapy participants are exposed to various work principles, life skills, action plans, goal development, and real world scenarios in an effort to develop proper coping and anger management skills while engaging in fun, interactive, and or incentive based activities while educating on the following topics:

  • Teamwork
  • Self-Esteem
  • Leadership (the requirements of)
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Accountability
  • Perseverance
  • Honor
  • Humility
  • Peer Pressure
  • Pride

Recreation Therapy (Athletes in Action)

For those athletes who want to take Recreation Therapy to the NEXT LEVEL and would like to elevate or enhance the physical ability, we have a place for them! Fortunately, we have a myriad of former collegiate and professional athlete’s eager to lead the next generation down the path to success that they have already blazed. We also have coaches with a track record of helping to cultivate talent to the point of professional success. At G3 we take Physical Apps to the next level by…

Athletic Specialized Skills Training – Elevation

  • Sports fundamentals (i.e.; Discipline, Determination, Dedication…)
  • Skills enhancement and position specific training
  • Athletic circuit training

For Recreation Therapy (Athletes in Action) to work participants have to commit both physically and mentally to their own well-being. Physically we ask that each person to push themselves within reason by challenging their body to do more. This leads to burning more fat, increasing energy, boosting the immune system and reducing the risk of many diseases.

All of this hard work means nothing if each person isn’t committed to eating healthy because low quality food at the table can undo all the hard work on the field.

Health and Nutrition – Enlightenment

  • Organized exercise and drills
  • Universal boot camps
  • The basics of nutrition (i.e. what are balance meals)
  • Food choices (i.e. nutritional snacks, how to read nutrition labels)
  • How the body processes foods