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Whether you’re looking for a 1-on-1 class for your ninja, or a closed class for your “quaran-team,” these sessions are the perfect environment for ultra-safe ninja training. Check out the Class Schedule tab on this website for more info!
Over the shutdown this past Spring, we used our free time to create some workout videos for our kids - and they are free for anyone to watch! So if you’re looking for a peak into what a piece of each of our classes might look like, check out the video below!
All of our staff members have passed Background Checks, nationally-approved Ninja Instructor Certifications, and there is always at least 1 staff member on the premises who is First-Aid/CPR certified!
Here are the smiling faces that you and your ninjas can expect to see at Ninja Manchester!
Ben Powell | General Manager
Kristen Dukette | Assistant Manager
Colleen | Senior Instructor
Camden | Instructor
Kayleigh | Instructor
Sophie | Instructor
Andrew | Instructor
USA Ninja Challenge is a year-round obstacle course training program that combines basic skill sets from gymnastics, climbing, cross training, and track and field. The sport of Ninja is quickly becoming the most fun and creative way to meet the physical needs of today’s kids! Ninja Challenge is open to boys and girls ages 4 to 17.
Our class program has 6 levels to master with a wide variety of progressions, drills and challenges to tackle. Ninjas that demonstrate their mastery of skills advance to the next level of training. Each Ninja progresses according to their own abilities. The purpose of the program is to build children’s self-esteem, confidence and sense of accomplishment, one obstacle at a time.
Confidence is key to a good social life; physical activity helps with that. As you become stronger and faster, your self-confidence will grow, you’ll be able to take pride in the physical things you can now do and appreciate the progress you’ve made.
Physical activity can also help your concentration skills, by providing a release valve for stress and pressure and encouraging higher levels of endorphins. If you can concentrate well on important work and social tasks, you’ll be happier overall.
Being social is most enjoyable when you feel good about yourself, have a positive self-image and high self-esteem. Exercise can help with that. By maintaining a healthy weight and an uplifted mood, you’ll feel better about yourself and can engage in social activities fully and frequently.
One of the biggest social benefits of exercise is just that – an improved social life. Especially if you participate in team sports or exercise with a group, you’ll develop greater empathy and social skills. You’ll also make new friends and gain new social outlets.