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USA Ninja Challenge to open in Katy

September 24, 2018

USA Ninja Challenge, an obstacle course training gym for children, will open its first Texas location in Katy.

The location is schedule to open Oct. 22 at 22564 Franz Road in Katy.

Inspired by a popular television show and based on a gymnastics foundation, the 7,000 square foot gym features a varied of engaging equipment including a warped wall, rock and chimney walls, cargo nets, peg boards, slack lines, ropes, quintuple steps, hanging ladder, swinging rings, cannon balls, ring toss, barrels, and other kid-friendly challenges.

Classes are divided into specific age categories from ages 4 to 17 and are led by trained instructors. Party rooms are also available for events such as birthday parties and athletic team celebrations.

For more information on the program visit www.usaninjachallenge.com/katy-tx or call (281) 394-1986.

USA Ninja Challenge is a year-round obstacle fitness program that combines aspects of gymnastics, climbing, cross training, and track and field. The lead instructor works from a lesson plan to provide safe and effective training for each class. The curriculum has six levels to master, and each level has 27 different skills. Ninja skills include jumping, climbing, swinging, traversing, balancing, and floor skills. Ninjas demonstrate their mastery of a skill and then advance to the next level of training. All students progress according to their own abilities and are never in competition with other class members. Students commit to the program one month at a time and can join the program at any time. The desired result of this program is to improve children’s strength, flexibility and all-around athleticism.

“I’m excited to bring USA Ninja Challenge and its outstanding training program for kids to Katy,” said Tom Pielech, owner of USA Ninja Challenge Katy. “The community is well-known for its commitment to athletics. Ninja training can be a student’s key sport, or it can add to a young athlete’s overall conditioning. Ninja training is fun, and every child can succeed with our curriculum.”

“We are thrilled to continue the growth of our franchisee across the United States,” stated Dale Grant, franchisor of USA Ninja Challenge. “Our program is growing rapidly because both children and parents love the sport.”

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