It’s play time for rest­less kids! En­roll ju­nior in an ac­tion-packed sports pro­gramme to burn off all that ex­cess en­ergy and amp up their mo­tor skills and sense of co­or­di­na­tion

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29 MAY-18 AU­GUST IN­TREPID KIDS GYM­trepid­kids­

The In­trepid Kids’ Kids Boot Camp for three- to nine-year-olds is two hours of high-en­ergy fun in a fit­ness set­ting. In­stead of hard­core drills, kids will nav­i­gate ob­sta­cle cour­ses, play fit­ness games, en­gage in body­weight ex­er­cises, and try out ex­cit­ing cir­cuits. The pro­gramme fo­cuses on ed­u­ca­tional en­rich­ment, while en­cour­ag­ing kids to pick up es­sen­tial ev­ery­day and sport­ing skills. In ad­di­tion, they will learn about healthy eat­ing and nu­tri­tion as part of a healthy life­style.

3-19 JUNE BOUNCE INC www.boun­

Held at the in­door ad­ven­ture park right in the heart of town, the new Bounce Tramp Camp is de­signed for kids aged three and above. Par­tic­i­pants are guar­an­teed non-stop fun as they ex­plore the var­i­ous tram­po­line zones and ad­ven­ture cour­ses un­der the su­per­vi­sion of coaches.


So you think your child can dance? Take her skills to the next level at MyGym’s dance camp for four- to 10-year-olds. Kids can ex­pe­ri­ence a new form of dance ev­ery week, rang­ing from Broad­way to hip-hop. A two-day camp is also tak­ing place this sum­mer for mini fit­ness fans, with ac­tiv­i­ties like danc­ing, jump­ing and char­ac­ter-build­ing through crafts.

12 JUNE-11 AU­GUST AQUA­DUCKS www.aqua­

Young swim­mers will get to learn the ba­sics of swim­ming or per­fec­tr­fect their stroke at hol­i­day camps foror kids aged four to 14. The morn­ing campsmps are filled with pro­fes­sional swim­mingng lessons, con­ducted in Aqua­ducks’ sig­na­ture fun and en­gag­ing style. Kids will also en­gage in some free play, and snacks and lunch will be pro­vided. ro­vided.


Known for its in­ten­sive boot camp­samps for adults, UFIT also runs camps foror kids to help them de­velop their strength,en­gth, speed, agility and con­di­tion­ing.. While mak­ing new friends, stu­dents­dents be­tween age seven and 18 pickk up tech­ni­cal sport­ing skills such h as throw­ing and kick­ing from pro­fes­sional sports­men or for­mer­mer sports pro­fes­sion­als, fo­cus­ing on a dif­fer­ent sport each day.

The Aqua­ducks coaches are re­ally pa­tient with my some­time­sun­co­op­er­a­tive kids. We are re­ally happy be­cause they know how to make learn­ing fun and en­joy­able. —JACQUELYN MOLLOY My kids love the va­ri­ety, the abil­ity to test them­selves phys­i­cally with some­thing new, and the el­e­ment of com­pe­ti­tion at UFIT. I highly rec­om­mend the ex­pe­ri­ence. —CHARLES FITZGER­ALD

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