Located in Mumbai, US-based surf-inspired workout chain Surfset Fitness which entered in India in the beginning of 2015, with an exclusive fitness regime, has come up with special Summer Camp for children with an aim to boost their physical strength.
With the onset of summer holidays, parents start planning activities for their children as per their area of interest, which helps them boost their academic performance throughout the year.
Aiming to encourage children to work on boosting their physical strength and enlighten them with innovative activities, US-based surf-inspired workout chain Surfset Fitness, which entered in Indian market in January 2015, has launched special Summer Camp.
The Summer Camp is open for children above five years of age, at the first and only studio of Surfset Fitness in Mumbai.
Designed to engage children in fun activities that will boost physical fitness of the kids while enganging them in simple yet fun-loaded activities, Surfset Fitness will help them develop their balance with perfect rhythm on a patented surfboard.
The children will surf indoors in the comfort of a luxurious studio that will recreate the ambience of surfing in the sea.
Following a light routine, designed by internationally trained instructors of Surfset fitness, keeping in mind the level of strength of each kid, enrolling for the Summer Camp. The instructors will guide and supervise the kids, fusing a variety of different workouts together on the surf boards.
Elaborating on the summer camp activities, Deepak Tejsinghani, Managing Director, Surfset Fitness India said, “In the young age, it is easy for children to fall prey to a sedentary lifestyle with their new gadgets and games. We believe that Surfset is suitable for children as we offer fun and exercise in an unconventional way. With their natural agility at a young age, it is an excellent way for them to get into a fitness routine early in life and stay engaged during their holidays.”
The summer camp will kick start from April 12 with sessions on thrice a week at dedicated time schedule.