California Fitness & Yoga team up with tiNiWorld

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021 16:10

The tiNiFiT programme launched by California Fitness & Yoga and tiNiWorld aims to change the way Vietnamese kids and families view exercise and working out. — VNS Photo

California Fitness & Yoga has announced it will team up with tiNiWorld to launch their exclusive tiNiFiT programme which is set to change the way Vietnamese kids and families view exercise and working out.

Currently being trialed in 10 tiNiWorld centers in HCM City and Ha Noi, the programme, set for its nationwide launch soon, combines a high-intensity and fun kid-friendly approach, characters and narratives that have made tiNiWorld the favourite of Vietnamese kids.

The programmes, which will run for eight weeks, will initially see a martial arts narrative run through the weekly 30 minute sessions, where the Cali Kickfit team will put classes of up to 30 kids aged 7 andup through their paces in an all-kickin’ all-punchin’ fun-filled workout.

The programmes typically include two on-stage trainers, with several assisting trainers working their way around the class offering advice and pointers to the kids on the custom choreographies developed for the classes.

Sessions begin with a warm-up, before a progressively more challenging series of high-intensity exercises that include a “movement of the week” as part of a programme that blends dance and martial arts throughout the half-hour class. tiNiFiT classes include break-out sessions with games that focus on cardio-conditioning as well as a final cool-down session.

In addition to the in-person classes, the partners are looking to develop an online sister-offering later in the year which will allow kids to join from home on tiNiWorld’s E-TINI online platform.

While commencing with martial arts based workouts, parental feedback has yielded requests for future themes for exercise programs, meaning a virtually limitless online and offline potential curriculum for tiNiFiT going forward.

Programmes are presently being trialed on weekends and at select centers, and are free-of-charge for kids undertaking the trial programs, while parents can look on and snap endless photos of their budding gym-a-holics. — VNS

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