Gym Classes for Kids in Bergen County, NJ

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Bergen’s best hangouts! Here are the best places to run, jump, climb, tumble, bounce and, most importantly, break a sweat. Our picks for Gym Classes for kids in Bergen County, NJ.
Playmaker All Stars  (335 Chestnut Street, Norwood, 201-815-6684) Your kiddo doesn’t need to join a select sports team just yet. So, let them try out all the sports and learn in a positive and fun environment at Playmaker All-Stars in Norwood NJ, which is so fun for kids it's developed an almost cult like following over the years. While they’re uncovering their athletic genius, you can work out in the gym (at the same time!). It’s almost too good to be true, but it is true. 
The Little Gym (5 Route 17 South, Hasbrouck Heights, 201-288-5556; 28 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick, 201-445-4444)
It’s no mystery why parents and toddlers keep coming back to the Little Gym year after year. The national chain offers structured classes which strongly encourage jumping, running, bending and rolling led by fun, nurturing instructors who know how to engage even the busiest of bees. In addition to their typical parent/child gym class and gymnastics program for older kids, The Little Gym now offers dance and sports classes too – all set in a modern, clean, state-of-the-art facility.
My Gym (522 Broad Street, Glen Rock, 201-444-4644) 
My Gym’s curated program for little kids has been honed over time as one of the leaders in developmental playtime. With classes for the youngest of tots (like their Little Bundles Class for ages 6 weeks to 6 months), and tons of offerings for the over 6-month set, they keep it fun and engaging at each age and stage, with age-appropriate equipment for kids to explore and play on. The activities are structured around the specific age group to further improve gross motor skills and build self-confidence, all in a safe, clean environment. Instructors at the Glen Rock location have gotten rave reviews from local moms who say they’re “like family” and bring smiles to their kids’ faces.
The Superdome in Waldwick (34 Hopper Avenue, Waldwick, 201-444-7660)
With over 79,000 square feet of indoor playing fields, a three lane running track and climate control housed within a 67-foot dome, The Superdome was built to offer the kind of top notch sports programs and activities young athletes can enjoy year-round. You will find innovative programs such as Lacrosse, Soccer, Football, Baseball, and more, all led by experienced, dedicated instructors, making this the perfect place for your player to break a sweat. Have a little superstar that loves sports? Kids ages 3-6 can participate in the Dome’s “Rising Stars Program” for multi-sport or sport-specific (soccer, football) training for basic skill building and fun. Plus, kids ages 5-15 can enjoy their special “Rec Nights” under the dome for a night filled with sports, prizes, food, and fun. 
Northern Valley Sports Academy (100 Oakland Ave., Closter, 201-750-3275)
This 17,000 square foot indoor facility offers instruction from top professional college, high school and club coaches. NVSA offers training clinics in Soccer, Basketball, Baseball/Softball and Lacrosse to boys and girls ages 5 through teens. Group fitness training is also offered which focuses on speed training, flexibility, strength development and injury prevention so your athlete can stay strong all year long. Pre-K kids can also get in on the action with NVSA’s “All Sports Fun” program designed to build confidence and coordination with basic skills in a variety of sports.
Elite Training Academy, (1 Tice Road, Franklin Lakes, 201-847-2550)
This state-of-the-art indoor facility boasts a 12,000 square foot indoor field that is equipped with the latest generation of synthetic turf that looks, feels, and plays like real grass - meeting all safety and testing standards. Bonus: unlike any other sports facility, you can wear you cleats on the field indoors. Offering everything from Soccer, to Lacrosse, Baseball and Softball, and more, allows young athletes hone in on their skills all year-round. Preschoolers can also take advantage of this facility with ETA’s “Lil Sluggers!” program, a national child developmental program which introduces children, ages 2-6, to the game of baseball or the Little Hotshots program for kids, ages 3-4, which offers a start to learning soccer basics.
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