KidStrong: Empowering Children to Succeed

Empowering Children Through Customized Coaching and Online Training Programs

By Brittany Marsh June 5, 2024

KidStrong is a fitness program designed for children aged 6 months to 13 years old. It focuses on building strength, agility, balance and coordination through fun and engaging activities. The classes are led by trained coaches who provide a safe and supportive environment for the children to learn and grow. KidStrong believes in empowering children to be confident and capable in their physical abilities, which in turn can lead to increased self-esteem and overall wellbeing. With locations across the United States, KidStrong is quickly becoming a popular choice for parents who want their children to develop a healthy and active lifestyle.

Author was provided a complimentary membership for the purpose of this review.

All opinions are my own.

"Our goal is to help parents uncover their child's unique strengths and develop confident, future-ready kids. We believe that children who can make friends, play actively, and participate confidently in the classroom will thrive in all aspects of life.

At KidStrong, we provide parents with the tools they need to build stronger kids at our centers and at home. Our private training centers offer customized equipment and KidStrong-certified coaches to help members achieve their goals. We also provide online access to experts and training programs for parents and kids to continue making progress from the comfort of their own homes.” - KidStrong website

"I'm so glad we decided to give KidStrong a try. We started at the Olathe location in February, and Liam loves "going to gym" each week. The curriculum changes each month, which helps keeps him interested and engaged. Through the app, there are also at-home challenges so we can continue to practice and work on the skills he is learning in class. We go weekly, and the sessions are 45-minutes. It is a combination of brain development, physical development and character development. They incorporate public speaking, Spanish and even ASL into the classes - which I love! The curriculum also have various levels and rank ups, which help keep Liam motivated. In February when we started, he was a "Student". He ranked up to "Alpha" in June and to "Titan" in July. In September he moved up to "Hero" and is now working towards "Atlas"! - Macaroni KID Publisher, Brittany Marsh