Impact Sports Center: $215,000 in 1 Year, NinjaZone Waitlist of Over 100

[social_warfare] Over the past year, NinjaZone programs have spread throughout the world into a variety of different locations and environments, serving a diverse group of children. Impact Sports Center is a NinjaZone member club located in Lodi, California, a  farming community of approximately 70,000. With a number of competitors in the neighboring towns, Impact Sports…

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Do the Most Successful Kids Receive “Special” Kinds of Praise?

Science is suggesting that instead of praising kids for their inherent talents, we should be concentrating more on their efforts to problem solve. So, basically, throw the rule book out the window. Everything that we’ve been taught as parents and educators is changing, and it’s backed by research. A few things that are note-worthy as a…

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New! NinjaZone Merch Available in the Store!

SWEET NINJA ANNOUNCEMENT! NinjaZone has some really exciting news to share, just in time for the holidays! The NinjaZone store has just launched, and it offers some seriously cool gear, available for purchase to the public. Hop over and peruse the goods. Personal recommendation? The stocking stuffers! Happy shopping! 🙂 CLICK HERE TO VISIT  THE…

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A Trainer’s Perspective: Disciplinary Techniques (Not a Fun Job, But Someone Has To Do it!)

Recently, Ninja Trainer Devyn Yurisich was asked on social media how she disciplines her students, and she wrote this fantastic remark to a fellow Trainer. She outlines how she defines discipline, and why it is one of the most important aspects of her job. This is well worth the read, especially if you’re a Ninja Trainer,…

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Ninja Sports International

Have you guys heard? Ninja Sports International is now a thing. NSI is a governing body over Ninja Sports!  How stinkin’ exciting is that?! Here’s what we know: Ninja Sports International is creating a global community. NSI is legitimizing the sport of Ninja. Clubs, athletes, and coaches will be members. NSI is going to open…

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NZ Parents: Interview with a NINJA Dad

  We put a lot of pressure on moms, as a culture. I feel like there’s a lack of credit given to dads sometimes. But as we know…Dads. Are. Awesome. NINJA DADS are aren’t necessarily a special breed, but let’s be honest. Their kids are NINJAs. Thus, by association, the dads are equally as special.…

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What is your WHY?!

I’m getting personal up in here, people.  We had a NINJA ZONE HQ team meeting a few weeks ago, during which we watched a video. Videos are fun, they help us learn, and many of us are visual, so we respond well to visual stimulation. However, as much as we’d love to watch Young Frankenstein…

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The Day I Quit Relying on Your Kid

Ok, time to get real. I love my kids.  That’s why I have decided to stop relying on yours.  Don’t get me wrong—I use the word “your” collectively. I’m talking to all of you. The kids of the single mom. The kids of the single dad. The big happy family. The kids with two moms…

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Refocusing Energy in Kids Through Sport

[social_warfare] Huh? What does that even mean? “Refocusing energy?” So, here’s the thing. Let’s say you’re a high-spirited kid. You are taken to a go-cart track, and told to “go have fun.” What do you think happens next? You’ll most likely hop into a go-cart without a helmet, without instructions, and without any concept of the possibility…

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Coaching Tips: How to Best Motivate Children

Coaching Tips:  How to Best  Motivate  Children[social_warfare] NINJA Trainers are special people. Special because they bring out a confidence in kids that really didn’t know they had. Pulling this ability out of kids is not an easy task, but Trainers make it look easy. Here are a few tips from NINJA HQ Trainers that will…

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