Amazing Athletes is the premier year-round developmental physical fitness program empowering children aged 2 ½ to 6 years old to reach developmental milestones at an individual pace.
Our action-packed curriculum is endorsed by Early Childhood Expert, Bonnie Bruce who reviews each element of our program to ensure our Amazing Athletes get every possible advantage. And our programs show kids just how much fun fitness can be! During our 30-35 minute weekly classes, children learn the importance of patience, teamwork, and self-confidence in a non-competitive, learning-based environment that fosters a love of healthy living. Their excitement for structured physical activity promotes advancements and advantages that keep children on the path to personal well-being.
Motor and Life Skills:
Extensive research shows that structured physical activity in children not only promotes better physical health, but also boosts brainpower and assists in the development of important social skills and character traits including sharing, empathy, focus, dedication, commitment, and drive. Our non-competitive group classes let children build confidence in a safe and fun environment while also building teamwork and good sportsmanship. Through our structured active play, Amazing Athletes advance 6 different motor skills:
Balancing | Running | Jumping| Throwing| Catching | Kicking
Our fun, active classes encourage kids to explore and develop a variety of athletic skills through the introduction of 10 different sports. Coaches break the fundamental of each sport down into simple steps based on each child’s age and ability. The goal is to create a fun environment that establishes lifetime connections to sports and physical activity.
To keep healthy and active, our bodies need the right kind of fuel. Studies show it can take up to 15 or 20 introductions of any one food item before children will be willing to try or accept the new food. The Amazing Athletes nutrition program introduces the children to 16 different fruits and vegetables as well as important vitamins and minerals so that they go home excited about trying new, healthy foods.
Strength training keeps children and adults physically healthy and prevents the risk of osteoporosis and other bone-threatening conditions as we age. We teach children to name and identify 10 major muscles key to maintaining good gross-motor movement and body wellness.