Former college athletes Rich Stoner and David McDaniel know what it takes to play sports. They offers specialty training for budding basketball players that focuses on dribbling, passing, and shooting. The duo helps other athletes hone their fitness abilities with workouts that focus on Olympic weightlifting and kettlebell and medicine-ball exercises.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Kiskeya Sport facilitates the development of young athletes by introducing programs that encourage participation and promote athletic excellence, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Our clinics are taught by experience coaches whose expertise stem from competing at the highest level of collegiate athletics
Is your location strictly for adults, or can kids participate as well?
Kiskeya Sport Co-ed Basketball League is designed for kids in grade 3 through grade 12.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Kiskeya Sport strongly believes in the correlation between sports, self-esteem and leadership. We believe that kids develop discipline, strength of character, and self-confidence through participation in sports. We are therefore very passionate about engaging youth through sporting activities.
What do you love most about your job?
What we love most about our job is that we are helping to positively transform kids' lives through sports
Brooklyn Sports Club's mission isn't just about getting people fit—it's also about getting them to have a good time. The club emphasizes the communal aspect of working out with plenty of group activities and family-friendly programs for all ages. Children as young as six months can participate in swim classes in the competition-size lap pool, and there are several martial-arts programs for older kids.
Adult members can take advantage of any of BSC's facilities, including a boxing studio and a group fitness studio that hosts everything from Zumba to Hatha yoga. There's plenty of space for solo workouts on the fitness floor, including a 14,000-square-foot section with weights and a 5,000-square-foot area with
computerized ellipticals and stair climbers. Here, certified personal trainers teach clients how to lift effectively and properly unwrap a protein bar. To help members further enjoy their time at the gym, there's a massage spa and a sun deck that occasionally hosts live music.
Though it doesn’t have its own zip code, yet, Kidville is a sought-after destination for youngsters. The bustling children’s center pulsates with activities designed to cultivate youngsters’ social and developmental skills, such as classes in music, dance, and cooking. Art classes foster creativity and self-expression, and a play space helps children unleash pent-up energy more effectively than journaling on the living room wall in permanent marker. The fun zone also hosts birthday parties in various themes—including railroad, racecar, fairy princess, and superhero—in which the staff takes care of the details, set-up, and cleanup, allowing parents to join in on the fun.
Floyd Bennett Field, New York City's first municipal airport houses Aviator Sports and Events Center, a 175,000 square foot multi-sport and recreational complex located within the Gateway National Recreation Area. In partnership with the National Park Service, Aviator has refurbished four historic aircraft hangars and surrounding grounds. The area includes a sports, entertainment and recreation complex and adjoining outdoor turf fields. Aviator provides a wide variety of sports leagues and activities, including a fitness center, camp programs, hockey, ice skating, gymnastics, basketball, volleyball, soccer, football and more.
Don't give up on fitness! Get going again with help from YMCA in Brooklyn.
Looking for a bite to eat? This gym also has an awesome restaurant.
Got kids? No problem at YMCA! This gym is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
You'll love taking your fitness to the next level with the aerobics classes offered here.
Pack quite the punch practicing kickboxing.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If driving doesn't appeal, you can take public transportation, with nearby stops at Franklin Ave. (A, C), Bedford - Nostrand Avs (G), and Franklin Ave. (S).