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NinjaZone Embodies Discipline, Focused Energy, and Skill to Develop Children for Life

We all want the best for our children; the influence that will allow us to continue shaping them into confident, capable people. At NinjaZone, we’ve crafted a program to give children the skills and confidence to continue learning and developing.

The NinjaZone program combines:

       The coordination from gymnastics

       The strength and agility from obstacle training

       The creativity from freestyle movement

A child’s progression is determined by their own pace, handing them the tools to shape their own experience. By letting children advance individually, within a defined and collaborative program, children of all ages and genders receive more than athletic gifts. They’re strong, confident kids.

Learn more about NinjaZone, and see which program is right for your child.


When Casey Wright made the decision to transition out of coaching gymnastics, she looked at her gym’s recreational program, and wondered…where were the boys in gymnastics? When she started “Ninja Gym,” she brought together the discipline from martial arts, the coordination from gymnastics, the strength and agility from obstacle training, and the creativity from freestyle movement. Tricking and hardcore sports were included in the class, to be discovered at the child’s own pace.

From there, the program exploded, and NinjaZone was born. Casey realized she was training kids to have the athletic foundation to teach them how to be confident in their movements.

“I wanted it to have multiple components. We want to have a character component and an athletic component, because we’re dealing with little kids and we want to support what the parents want, and that’s to raise good humans. It was now on us to help kids build grit and confidence. Gymnasts learn how to practice instinctual safety. Kids don’t realize how to protect their own body.” Ninja Sport is changing that.

While boys may have been the initial target market, NinjaZone is now in over 240 gyms around the world, changing the lives of boys and girls alike. NinjaZone builds strong and confident kids, in a sport with no benches.


NinjaZone is a fusion of obstacle course training, gymnastics, martial arts, and freestyle movement with the freedom for kids to progress and learn at their own pace. 

When Casey Wright made the decision to transition out of coaching gymnastics, she looked at her gym's recreational program, and wondered...where were the boys in gymnastics?


When she started "Ninja Gym," she brought together the discipline from martial arts. the coordination from gymnastics. the strength and agility from obstacle training, and the creativity from parkour. Now, NinjaZone and "NinjaSport" have become the fastest growing youth activity. 


We as parents have a finite amount of time to enrich our littles' lives with the experiences, skills, and tools to give them the best chance to thrive as they leave our nest. We can’t take that lightly. We only get so many birthday parties, vacations, sport seasons, and game nights.

Whether this is your first experience with kids' sports, or your 10th, I encourage to take a pause and think about what sports are for. In my decades of experience has an elite level coach, if there is one thing that I could change, it’s that parents and coaches alike, forget too quickly why they signed up in the first place.


This is why we are here. To give our littles the best foundation for their future.

Every aspect of the NinjaZone program is intentional. From each class, to the move up mission, the mantra, to the Ninja Games… Every step of the way, we want this childhood experience to be remembered as an integral part of them as they grow.

In NinjaZone, their confidence is #1. We understand better than most, that an early positive experience is crucial. The strength, agility, skills, and coordination are just icing on the cake. Confidence is the pebble in the pond that gives them the belief that they’re good at hard stuff. They’ll learn to understand how their bodies move, and how to keep themself safe. They’ll learn that it’s okay to be afraid, and that mistakes are a part of learning. They’ll learn when it’s time to be “on stage” and when it’s time to be a good teammate. They’ll learn that challenges are celebrated and perfection is not. They’ll learn to think bigger.


Here’s to raising the next generation happy, athletic, fun, & kind kids! Enjoy it!

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