Expanding the Ninja Warrior Program

Expanding the Ninja Warrior Program

Expanding the Ninja Warrior Program

by Steve Gamel

Afew years ago, Mike Winburn added a Ninja Warriors training program to his long list of kid-centered classes at Win Kids in Flower Mound, thinking only that he’d give it a try and see what happened next.

Today, he’s putting the final touches on remodeling his entire facility to accommodate a program that won’t stop growing.

This September, Winburn will unveil a brand new full-padded Extreme Ninja Warrior Training Center for all experience levels that is double the size of the original version. It features two 80-foot long ninja lanes packed with fun challenges like zip lines, floating bridges, cargo nets, a spider wall, launch trampolines, a salmon ladder and cannonball alley, and more.

Popularized by the American Ninja Warrior television program and other athletic competitions, the training center will also offer a safety landing pit, spring floor, and custom triple-height warped walls. Available programs include ninja classes, ninja camps, ninja warrior competitions, birthday parties, play days, and open gym.

This is a chance to train and compete to be a REAL American Ninja Warrior. The program is also a first for Flower Mound.

“When I started this three years ago, I was amazed how quickly it took off – to the point where it was rivaling some of our other programs,” said Winburn, who added that he had up to 250 kids participating each week. “It’s so undeniably fun to do obstacle courses and work on your speed and strength. Plus, it’s developmentally appropriate for all sports. The kids love it, so we’ve been doing all these crazy renovations and crashing out walls to create more space.”

He added, “We’ve been changing and innovating for years, and we’ve never stopped.”

The renovations will also give more space to the gymnastics area and open more doors for Win Kids’ growing martial arts classes. Dance students will also move to the front of the facility with new class spaces. Winburn said construction crews have been working at night so that everything is business as usual during the day.

“This has been a wild summer with all the construction. But when it’s done, it will be awesome,” Mike said.

If you haven’t been to Win Kids yet, you’re missing out. Since 1998, thousands of children and families each year come to Win Kids for everything from gymnastics and swim classes to dance, sports, martial arts, and music. The facility is also the perfect host for birthday parties, camps, and a slew of other super fun activities.

Mike’s dream of building an amazing children’s place has come true, and clearly, it’s only getting better.

972.355.9988 | WinKids.net | 3000 Waketon • Flower Mound, TX 75028


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