My name is Dan Clay and I own Dangerously Fit Kids – Sydney’s most in-demand and fun fitness program. For the last 14 years, we’ve been helping people change their body and their lives for the better… And now we’re expanding our services to be available to help children because at Dangerously Fit we believe it’s important to invest in our future generations.
It’s A Sad Fact That So Many Of Our Kids Today Struggle With:
- Sleeping Problems
- Lack of Energy
- High Blood Pressure
Scientific research indicates that there is an 80% chance of an obese child becoming an obese adult, and the longer the child is overweight, the more they’ll struggle with weight associated health problems in adulthood.
All these dangerous health risks can be quickly and easily solved through an active lifestyle and sensible healthy eating habits. With child obesity at record highs, it’s time to get our kids off the couch and back into physical activity.
Dangerously Fit Kids is a fun, non-intimidating, non-competitive kid’s fitness program in Avalon that is designed to help your child build confidence, improve their cardiovascular fitness, strength, endurance, co-ordination and body fat percentage with exciting activities which will encourage a lifetime of healthy habits.
- If eating habits is a huge issue, we have qualified nutritionists on staff to help with creating a nutrition plan catered to each child’s needs. Kids tend to be more responsible about their eating habits when someone other than their parent tracks their daily diet.
Our Active Programs Include:
- Kids Boot Camp. Our bootcamp program is the hallmark of Dangerously Fit and now we’ve adapted this much sought-after program for your children to be able to follow along. The training combines strength and cardiovascular games / drills designed to improve strength and fitness… but more importantly to make exercise an enjoyable experience.
- Kids Self Defense. A fun mix of boxing and karate is an effective way to boost self confidence whilst getting your child more active. This specially designed high-energy program teaches self-control, concentration and focus with fun boxing / karate drills and games.
- Kids Sports. This program enhances skills required by various sports with fun workouts that are designed to improve co-ordination and team work. We vary the games each week to keep the program fresh and to stop your child from getting bored which happens if you do the same thing over and over.
- Kids Yoga. A fantastic balance between strength and flexibility of children’s minds and bodies. Perfect for improving concentration, general wellbeing and relaxation.
Our ‘Dangerously Fit Kids‘ Avalon personal trainers are highly qualified and experienced fitness professionals that have undergone additional training in the area of kids fitness and are nationally qualified by Fitness Australia and Mini Moves.
If you would like more information regarding our Avalon kids fitness or Active After School programs, please fill in the form below or call 1800 791 446.
Wishing you good health,
Dangerously Fit Kids
Avalon, Sydney, 2107
Avalon Beach is a northern beach side suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is 37 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council, in the Northern Beaches region. The area is also known as Avalon, with the name Avalon Beach being assigned during a change in boundaries and names in the Pittwater region in 2012.
Avalon was named after the mythical Avalon, a legendary island in Celtic languages mythology. According to legends, Avalon was an earthly paradise and the final resting place of King Arthur.
The first land grant in the area was 60 acres (240,000 m2) to John Farrell in 1827. A 400-acre (1.6 km2) land grant was made to Father John Joseph Therry in 1833, who fought hard for the recognition of the Catholic Church in the colony. He built a church in this area but his plans for a settlement never eventuated. In the 1920s, the area was still known as ‘Priest’s Flat’. Arthur J Small handled a subdivision in 1921 and chose the name Avalon.
Significant housing developments took place during the 1920s. The architect Alexander Stewart Jolly designed a number of houses that were built in the Avalon area in that period. Loggan Rock was a flamboyant log cabin combined with a stone tower; the combination of logs and rocks gave rise to the name. The house is heritage-listed. Careel House is a bungalow made of stone that was quarried in the area. Nowadays it is on the Whale Beach side of the boundary. It is also heritage-listed. Hy Brasil, located near Clareville, was built in 1936, but was originally known as The Gem. Later it was bought by Ted Herman, son of the painter Sali Herman, who changed the name, using the name of a mythical island west of Ireland. It is heritage-listed. A sandstone cottage known as Wickham, designed by Walter Burley Griffin, was unfortunately demolished with council approval in 1994.
Another significant development was the creation of Ruskin Rowe in 1950. This street was designed as an estate by the architect Harry Ruskin Rowe, son of the architect Thomas Rowe. Rowe created covenants to preserve the character of the estate, but they have been ignored to an extent over the years. Nevertheless, the estate is heritage-listed because of its historic significance, as well as its scientific significance in preserving the bushland environment of the area.
Credit to Wikipedia.