When it comes to getting kids involved in sport and fitness, you might expect parents to being doing all the encouragement. But that certainly wasn’t the case for new Ready Steady Go Kids franchisee Janice Mardling.
After recently introducing her two young children to the Ready Steady Go Kids program, Janice quickly realised how happy and confident the kids had become in such a short period of time.
“Since day one, the kids were hooked on Ready Steady Go Kids. They love going to class each week and seeing their friends. They really enjoy the gross motor games, and with such a wide variety of sports on offer, they never get bored!” said Mrs Mardling.
Seeing how much her kids enjoyed, and benefited from, the classes, Janice quickly sought the opportunity to become a franchisee herself.
“Ready Steady Go Kids is so beneficial for young children. With 10 different sports on offer, kids can not only learn a range of essential gross and fine motor skills, but they’ll also start to get a feel for what kinds of sports they like. Plus, there’s the added element of having fun while keeping fit!”
Ready Steady Go Kids classes are physio-designed for children aged from one-and-a-half to six years old, and allow them to develop age-appropriate skills like sportsmanship and teamwork. But what makes this children’s fitness program so unique is that it helps promote a lifelong passion for sports and exercise.
Janice will be running her first classes in Albury, with future plans to open more locations across Wodonga, Wagga and Wangaratta.
“It’s a pleasure to have Janice on board,” said Ready Steady Go Kids Director, Danie O’Connor. “With two young kids of her own who have tried and tested the program, Janice knows just how much children can benefit from these classes, and how fun kids fitness can be.”
Classes will commence in Term 3 at Albury PCYC, and will run on Tuesday from 9:45–11:15am, Thursday from 9:30–11:00am and Saturday from 9:30–11:00am. For further information please call 1300 766 892 or visit www.readysteadygokids.com.au.