Using puppets, parachutes, pillow fights, and flying stuffed animals, we use imaginative games to build girls self-esteem, athletic skills, and sense of belonging in a supportive, fun-filled, non-competitive environment while providing parents a rare opportunity to play, learn and bond with their daughter.
The Athletic Club, located in a renovated warehouse at 653 Summer, has a variety of weight loss options beyond standard workout machines. Consult with their staff dietician about your unfortunate lard-only diet, and she can guide you towards the in-house restaurant for some healthy alternatives. Da Club (as it's known by clever patrons) offers classes like “Group Kick” (martial arts and boxing), yoga, pilates, cycling classes, and the non-ancient art of “Zumba”— a Latin/Merengue/Reggaeton dance-fitness fusion, or the new millennium’s answer to the 90s sensation of “Cardio Funk”. Lovers of both fitness and dismemberment can partake in a “Legs, Butts and Guts” toning class.
Playing for professional clubs such as the Olympia Football Club in Brazil and W. A. United has fully prepared coaches Gerry Munyanaya and Ike Oputa to pass their skills to the next generation. At Atletico Soccer Academy, they lead kids aged 3–10 through speed, agility, and conditioning drills that help prepare them to perform on the soccer field. They also conduct private soccer training for kids aged 5–17 and specialized training for goalkeepers so that they can learn how to protect the goal and tuck it in safely at night.