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    We’ve been taking two of our children here for over a year. Our kids do Tae Kwon Do and swimming lessons. Overall, we’re very pleased with the progress and fun our kids are having. The swim instructors have been fantastic and very enthusiastic about the progress our children are making. Tae Kwon Do has been a bit challenging at times, only because they often put 10 kids in the class which doesn’t suit younger children. However, Ryan is fantastic. He does a great job with the kids and keeping those that are a little more rambunctious in order.My biggest issue is the limited parking and limited seating for parents to watch swimming lessons. I’d love to be able to watch my children swim but the seating is so limited and by the time I get back out to the viewing area they’re all taken up. The facility seems very clean. I think the security could be a little better because it could be easy for kids to slip out the front door but overall it’s a very fun place and they have a wide-variety of activities for kids.

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    Our first visit to Kids Club was to ask about Martial Arts (all the different classes seemed so inviting). After signing Jacob up for Tae Kwon Do, he wanted to play in the Jungle Playground. Three hours later, he reappeared happy and tired. Kids Club is a clean and bright place to be. Staff is very friendly and attentive. The children all seem happy in their play and full of concentration in their classes. This includes the Tae Kwon Do classes.Master Ryan Watson has been a perfect addition as instructor for Tae Kwon Do. I see how both boys and girls, no matter their age, like and appreciate him. Jacob says Master Watson is the best instructor ever. Master Watson’s knowledge of Tae Kwon Do and his skill, passion, and patients, as well as his desire for all his students to achieve their full potential is evident in every aspect of his teaching. Jacob, as student, and I, as observer, give Kids Club Fun & Fitness (and Master Watson!) five stars.

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    I took my three sons to Kids Club for swimming lessons for several months. They were all three terrified of swimming without floating devices. It was nice that the club assigned just one teacher to my three children, so essentially we got our own private lesson each day. However, the teacher was likely a college student with very little enthusiasm. It was obvious that these teachers had more important things to do with their time and unfortunately this attitude had a negative effect on my children’s experience. After sticking it out for several months, I decided that the lessons were not benefiting us. While the club has a friendly, exciting atmosphere the staff just isn’t trained well enough. If you’re looking for a swimming lessons facility, I would recommend looking elsewhere first.

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    Kids always have a blast but a bit spendy

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    Well we have been taking our kids to classes every week and we would spend so much money a month on that and on top of it we have 4 kids and 2 of them were in classes and every week we have to pay 8 dollars times 4 thats about 300 a month we would spend. than when we said something about it our kids aren’t aloud to go anymore because we complain too much. well if i do say so myself thats a poor way to do business.