Classes start as
early as 2yrs old!
Sports Classes Now Starting!Thats right parents! We are now offering Sports Classes for 2yrs old!! Get a jump start on your child's Development! Learn the fundamentals, in a fun, non-competitive environment.
Free 5 week Session! Or
Set up a free Sports Demo for us at your child's school and receive a Free 5 week session! If it leads to us contracting with your school, your child will receive Free sports classes for life!!
even Free classes for life!
Start Your Own Private Class!
8 or more kids and we'll do a private class anytime that works for you.
Full Money Back Guarantee
Love your class or your money back!
Great Referral ProgramIf you enjoy your class tell your friends! For every referral that signs up with our Program, you get $10 off your next registration fee!
Find out why we are the #1 rated Kids Sports Program by California Moms!! Come check out a class today!
30 Day Fitness Challenge
It is very important to us to not only teach the fundamentals of sports but also help children form positive habits in all aspects of their lives. We are proud to Introduce our 30 day fitness challenge! On the first day of class each child will receive a 30 day calendar to take home and put on the fridge. Each day the child's parent will award check marks for accomplishing 4 daily tasks.
• Eating something nutritious. i.e Fruits and vegetables
• Doing daily excersise.
• Learning something new.
• Doing something special for someone.
At the end of the 30 days if the child has a minimum of 150 points, (out of a possible 220pts) they will receive a special prize from the coach! This program is designed to form positive habits and encourage children to set and achieve goals in a fun way. "Are you up for the challenge!?"
Fitness/Nutrition & childhood Obesity
Childhood obesity is rapidly becoming a global health problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of obese or overweight children in America has tripled since the 1960s, escalating from 5 to 15 percent. An important component of childhood obesity programs is physical activity. With the recent boom in electronic entertainment, children are more often found watching TV or surfing the Internet, rather than getting exercise. Tight school budgets have resulted in cuts to the physical education curriculum and sporting programs, further affecting fitness opportunities and obesity statistics. Fortunately, there are childhood obesity prevention methods and even ways to reverse obesity in children. According to statistics published in the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatricians, even small improvements in children's fitness can affect childhood obesity statistics profoundly. Just as important as fitness, proper nutrition is essential to a child's well-being. Ensuring that all children have access to healthy, nutritious food will ultimately improve educational outcomes, reduce rates of childhood obesity, and enhance the mental and emotional health of our children.