This structured program is offered at summer camps, after-school and before-school programs, and recreational centers, this program helps kids associate health and fitness with fun and friendship. Interactive games and exercises get kids moving, socializing, and practicing great teamwork. Activities are offered for all fitness levels.
This structured program is available at your private schools, charter schools. Our teachers are licensed physical education educators who travel to your site. Multiple studies have proven that adequate exercise improves children’s cognitive abilities and academic performance. A contracted physical education teacher is the most cost-effective way to have a physical education program at your school.
This structured physical fitness program is available for homeschool co-ops, as well as, at-home students, due to COVID remote learning. A licensed, physical education teacher travels to your site to lead a 30-minute interval training class. Cardiovascular exercises will be combined with strength exercises to help improve your student’s cardiovascular strength and endurance, as well as their muscular strength and endurance. A minimum of 8 students are required to offer this class. Register now for this class.
This one-hour program allows our head instructor the opportunity to talk to parents and their children about the importance of physical activity and eating better. Q & A gives both the parents and children a chance to ask questions regarding what they may or may not be doing currently. Once the discussion is over, the parents and students transition to the gym to exercise together. We offer the following activities: Dance, Aerobic Fitness Stations or an Obstacle Course. This program is available for after-school programs, private schools, charter schools, homeschool co-ops and recreational centers.
Get an up-close-and-personal reading at your school from B3 Goes to the Playground along with some fun and games from the book. (You didn’t think you were going to sit down for the whole thing, did you?)