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Low-cost Virtual Club Helps Kids Become ‘Ninja Warriors’

Low-cost Virtual Club Helps Kids Become ‘Ninja Warriors’

Is your child interested in doing something physical this summer, but your local activities are limited due to Covid-19 social distancing? Or, is money tight, and you can’t afford an expensive program? 

One solution might be a virtual camp or class. As part of our online Covid-19 coverage, we’ve shared some options for virtual learning/virtual camps both in Mississippi and nationwide, and today we have yet another to add to that growing list. This low-cost camp is centered in Alabama, but an internet connection brings this right to your living room in Mississippi.

Ninja Obstacle Academy (for ages 3-7 and 8-12)

The Ninja Obstacle Academy Kids’ team of Ninja Warrior Coaches and past American Ninja Warrior TV Show contestants are now teaching children ages 3-7 and 8-12 how to be Ninjas and stay in shape via the online “Kid Ninja Adventure Club.”

“The decision to take our highly successful Ninja Obstacle Academy Training Program online was an easy one to make,” Co-Owner Justin Moore said. “Our mission is to enrich the lives of kids by introducing a fun way to exercise and get in great shape. Expanding our footprint to the entire nation is just another way we can give back and impact as many children’s lives as possible.”

The program is extremely low-cost when compared to similar options — it costs $9 per month for entire families to join, and membership can be canceled at any time. 

“The price is intentionally low because we want any family who wants to participate to be able to afford it,” Moore explained. “Our mission is to empower kids and impact lives, not to pad our pockets.” 

Kids and families can access the entire program online from any device, at any time. The training is designed so kids can participate without the need for any extra equipment.

Ninja Obstacle Academy’s physical location is in Huntsville, Ala. and it coaches over 500 kids and adult Ninja Warrior enthusiasts every week. It also hosts an additional 5,000 kids per year with camps and parties.

For more information, visit Kidninjaclub.com.

About The Author

Kara Bachman

Kara Bachman is a Managing Editor for Parents & Kids. She's also a book editor, former newspaper reporter, and is author of the humor essay collection, "Kissing the Crisis," which deals with the zanier aspects of parenting, relationships and turning 40. She's read her work on NPR radio and over 1,500 items have appeared in dozens of literary and commercial publications, including The Writer, The Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop, the New Orleans Times-Picayune and Nola.com, Dogster, Mississippi Magazine, American Fitness and many more. She's a New Orleans native, but lived for over a dozen years on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, including during 2005 when her house was flooded by Hurricane Katrina. She's a mom to two teenagers.

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