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FUN WITH FITNESS helps PRE-SCHOOL, SCHOOLS and CHURCHES offer their children an after-school fitness option. We offer the program to provide your child with a fun jump start to a healthy body and personal fitness. Our motivational expertise allows us to challenge each child’s athletic fitness to the max. We create a group learning environment on-campus after school hours and provide the children a chance to socialize and build bonds with their peers.

FUN WITH FITNESS believes that learning and enjoying fitness activities will nourish the whole child and enrich their lives. Your child will blossom while being exposed to safe age-appropriate exercises designed to improve coordination, body awareness, locomotor & sport skills and agility. The program stresses the balance of fitness with flexibility and kid’s nutrition.
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EARLY CHILDHOOD (ages 3-6 yrs)

BIG KIDS (ages 5-12 yrs)

Young Teens (ages 11-14 yrs)
Make exercise FUN! We help kids make better choices in diet and time. Personal trainers with experience working with children using advanced training styles are key.

Use a combination of large motor movements, full-body moves, cardiovascular fitness and resistance challenges to create a quick burning metabolism and sculpted body!

Create successful situations for our children to learn and feel comfortable with their bodies and physical talents.

Consisting of: Speed, Agility, Motor Patterns, and Quickness of SPORT SKILLS.
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Body Fat loss
Prevent Juvenile Diabetes
Builds strong lungs, heart and muscles
Stamina increases

Coordination improves
Body Awareness forms
Athletic skills grow
Reaction Time lowers
Hand-Eye & Foot-Eye timing

Establish confidence and


Amazing Focus and Balance to ADHD children
Internal Motivation discovered & encouraged


Children build good habits of exercise and learn about healthy nutrition.
A great way to funnel energy into less troublesome activities.
Fun With Fitness makes a point to incorporate a balance to develop the WHOLE CHILD.

The WHOLE CHILD DEVELPOMENT strengthens 5 key elements to children in sports and life.
    1: CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH & MUSCULAR FITNESS- including flexibility, speed, agility and plyometric abilities.

    2: LOCOMOTOR SKILLS- throwing, kicking and hitting balls with controlled body movements.

    3: SPORTS SKILLS- specific skill training in action of team games. We train skills for soccer, baseball, tennis, lacrosse, football, track & field, basketball and dodgeball.

    4: SOCIAL SKILLS- developing teamwork and participation skills are incorporated daily. The kids are often challenged with a creative and social element to solve.

    5: PSYCHOLOGICAL DRIVE- focus and mental stress release are effects from exercise. We create situations to encourage success along with inclusion games to build self-esteem and confidence. The FUN aspect builds good habits and motivation!


Social Facilitation is key to turning a group session into a high energy, challenging and FUN workout. The kids only have FUN and SEE results.

    * Kids respond great with new groups alongside with friends.
    * Daily challenge by constantly adapting games to keep interest and fatigue.
    * We do not sacrifice quality of instruction with over-sized groups.
    * The power of positive group pressure is amazing and gives children
The percentage of children who are overweight has more than doubled over the past 30 years. Although many factors are contributing to this epidemic, kids are becoming more sedentary. In other words, they're sitting around a lot more than they used to.
"Substantial numbers of Georgia’s fifth- and seventh-grade students exhibit unhealthy levels of physical fitness. These data are consistent with the suggestion that physical inactivity has led to deficient levels of health-related fitness in more areas than just body composition." --American Journal Preventative Medicine 2009;36
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the average child is watching about 3 hours of television a day. And the average kid spends 5 1/2 hours on all media combined, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.  So, how much is enough?  According to the USDA and the HHS, all children 2 years and older should get 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise on most, preferably all, days of the week.
The state linked students test results in the presidential fitness scores with those of higher scores in ALL SUBJECTS! Read it if you don't believe it, Click On This to read: Study of the Relationship Between Physical Fitness and Academic Achievement in California
Fun With Fitness takes in account age-appropriate school standards of fitness, sports skills, peer interaction, exercise form and FUN!
Highlights of the Standards for elementary and middle school students are as follows:
Standard 1:
Students demonstrate the motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

Standard 2:
Students demonstrate knowledge of movement concepts, principles, and strategies that apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.

Standard 3:
Students assess and maintain a level of physical fitness to improve health and performance.

Standard 3:
Students assess and maintain a level of physical fitness to improve health and performance.

Standard 4:
Students demonstrate knowledge of physical fitness concepts, principles, and strategies to improve health and performance.

Standard 5:
Students demonstrate and utilize knowledge of psychological and sociological concepts, principles and strategies that apply to the learning and performance of physical activity.
*"In elementary school the content standards emphasize the way in which students move through space and time in their environment, the way in which the student and a partner move in space together, the continuity and change in movement, the manipulation of objects in time and through space, and the manipulation of objects with accuracy and speed. In middle school the content standards emphasize working cooperatively to achieve a common goal, meeting challenges, making decisions, and working as a team to solve problems." -California State Physical Education

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