Sweat stains on a shirt are a less expensive alternative to Rorschach tests, allowing one to analyze his or her own desires, personality traits, and favorite workout songs. Save on psychiatry fees with today's Groupon to Aspire Kids Sports Center in Chandler. Choose between the following options:
- For $55, you get one 8-week children's beginner course (a $141 value). This Groupon is valid for swimming, dance, martial arts, gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling. Class times vary depending on the day and date, so check Aspire's schedule to determine the ideal time for your child's attendance.
- For $55, you get one month of unlimited boot camp (a $129 value). Bootcamp sessions are held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 5:20 a.m. to 6:20 a.m.
Aspire Kids Sports Center strengthens pre-adults and current adults via active fitness classes housed in a 32,000-square-foot gymnastics and swimming facility. Younger exercisers gather in one of Aspire's five eight-week beginner programs, designed to teach an exciting new skill while distracting participants from video games and early obsessions with tax-code law. Bestow kiddies with calm self-defense instruction through martial-arts lessons or toe-tapping tutelage via the dance program. The trampoline and tumbling course takes place on an 80-foot trampoline, one of the largest in Arizona.
Adults can get in on the sweat-inducing action with one month of boot camp for those 18 years and older. Exercise begins at 5:20 a.m. and lasts for one full hour, the equivalent of one wakeup concerto from a classically trained rooster. Group exercises vary from one day to the next to keep the body guessing and facilitate an effective, boredom-free workout session.
Aspire Kids Sports Center
Scott Barclay, a former gymnastics champion and current coach of ASU men's gymnastics team, dreamed of opening a facility to help young kids discover gymnastics. In turn, Aspire Kids Sports Center began with recreational gymnastics for kids as young as 15 months. Through time, the organization—headed by Scott and his wife, Donna—grew to include classes for martial arts, swimming, and cheer.
At Aspire's present 32,000-square-foot facility, instructors help fledgling gymnasts traverse an 80-foot tumble track on multiple trampolines. For tykes, there's a wealth of preschool gymnastics equipment, while more advanced gymnastics teams can compete on spring competition floors. Or take advantage of the indoor heated swimming pool with movable platforms, where you can immerse yourself in year-round swimming lessons and stage performances of The Little Mermaid.