Kids are better than adults at learning gymnastics because they're more flexible and gravity hasn't had as much time to build up ill will toward them. Stick it to gravity with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $65 for two Groupons, each good for two full days of summer camp for one child (a $138 value)
- $34 for two full days of summer camp for one child (a $69 value)
Two-day registration allows children aged 4–12 to participate in a session held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. During each session, youngsters blow off excess energy with gymnastics and martial-arts lessons, as well as activities related to each week’s theme, which may include science, the Wild West, or pirates and princesses. Check out the camp’s brochure for a detailed schedule and description of each week’s theme. The camp ends on Friday, August 9.
In his tae kwon do classes, former world welterweight kickboxing champion Eric Melton covers techniques from basic stances and blocks to black-belt sparring. In another room, members of the competitive gymnastics team hone their flips and flexibility in year-round preparation for bouts against rival gyms. The competitive streak continues on in the cheerleading team, with whom decorated cheer directors harness national-title experience to perfect the squad's choreography and teamwork.
Along with classes with a competitive bent, the Mpact staff hosts sessions for kids who just want to try out new activities and have fun such a Nerf Wars where kids engage in friendly nerf football battles or open gym sessions. A parent-and-child gymnastics class introduces youngsters to obstacle courses and trampolines, and extreme tumbling's foam pits and padded mats train students of all skill levels to jump and flip more fearlessly than a blindfolded dolphin in a shark tank. For performing pupils, Mpact also teaches aerial-acrobatics classes and Demo Team programs, where kids learn how to deftly handle martial-arts weapons, including nunchaku and staffs.