Maximum Impact 4 Kids
an activity Summer camp for children
With a Masters Degree in Exercise Science Chris has taught K-6 Elementary Health & Physical Education since 2001. Along with 2 years as a Fitness and Wellness instructor at West Chester University. Chris has a vast experience coaching various youth soccer teams. Chris teaches various after school classes such as hockey, rollerblading, biking, ball Sports & fitness classes. He has also held various personal training and intramural positions for adults and children. Chris has trained at various Cross fit facilities, participated in obstacle course racing and rides and races roads, gravel & trail for a local bicycle team. Chris was named Elementary Pennsylvania Physical Education Teacher of the year 2018.
A graduate of Slippery Rock University Matt has taught Health and Physical Education at North Allegheny since 2007. With many coaching experiences from K to 12th grade including Varsity Football, Strength and conditioning, Basketball and various intramural activities for children. Matt is a Brand X Certified Kids Trainer, Level 1 CrossFit, CrossFit Endurance, and a POSE Running Certified Trainer.
With a Masters degree from Gannon University and a Bachelors from Slippery Rock University Dean has taught K-6 Health and Physical Education since 2002. He loves working with young children to help them grow and learn. He also has 7 years football coaching experience at all levels. Dean also utilizes his Speed and Quickness training and UPMC Sports Training within his coaching, Intramurals and teaching. Dean currently teaches health and physical education at Ingomar Elementary and is the elementary department facilitator. Dean was named the
Elementary Pennsylvania Physical Education Teacher of the year 2019.
We believe that a camp for children should give the child not only fun but fun with a purpose.
NO standing around!
Maximum time on task
Children will be engaged 100% of the time either mentally or physically.
Teaching all children to be fit for a lifetime.
All children not just the athletic should enjoy activities at their own level.