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    Everyday Athlete
    Everyday Athlete
    130 Clinton St,
    Zip Code:
    (718) 852-6300
    Brooklyn Heights

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 13-Jan-2020
    Subject:  Active summer camp in ps like Everyday Athlete?
    Comment:  Our son went to Everyday Athlete last summer and LOVED it. They do parkour, obstacle courses, skateboarding and rock-climbing. But it’s quite pricey for us and also not the most convenient (that bus ride home from pier 6 is 40 minutes on a good day).
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 30-Jul-2019
    Subject:  2019 Summer Camp Review
    Comment:  Age: Two kids - 5, 8 Review: Everyday Athlete is full of engaging activities, they have a really nice indoor space right on Brooklyn Bridge park, and they take advantage of the outdoors all day. It stands out for its thoughtful and caring staff (and low camper to staff ratio). I get great feedback on how things are going, and they do a really good job in praising kids when they earn it. It makes for a great culture and a really fun summer for my active kids.
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 11-Mar-2018
    Subject:   [ANONYMOUS] Physical trainer or yoga teacher with knowledge re. perimenopause and aging
    Comment:  Try Alejandra at Everyday Athlete on Brooklyn Hts. She has a specialty in this.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 01-Apr-2017
    Subject:  [ANONYMOUS] Affordable local summer daycamps?
    Comment:  Everyday athlete has a good package that includes early bird and after camp so the hours are decent and the all in price is doable. It's also downtown Brooklyn so you may be able to save half an hour of your commute time by commuting with your child. YMCA armory camp is another option. Lastly, I find the prices at bonjour ny great, but you have to be open to French, of course. And make sure you are taking advantage of flex spending at work, you can get a couple grand back through using tax free dollars. Good luck.
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    On 29-Jun-2015
    Subject:  Re: August school break - what to do?
    Comment:  Everyday Athlete is another great camp that runs through August and the first week of September. Our 5 year old just completed the 1st week of camp and thoroughly enjoyed it (the 4-6 year old group played balancing games, obstacle courses, an intro to rock climbing and skateboarding, and trips to great parks along the waterfront...) They offer an organic snack option, have a no electronics policy, and the emphasis is on "moving through the environment with joy", not on competition. It's from 9-3 (with an 8:00 early drop off option) in Brooklyn Heights near lots of trains.
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 16-Aug-2014
    Subject:  2014 Summer Camp Review
    Comment:  Camp Everyday Athlete, Brooklyn HeightsProgram: 4-6 year oldsAge of Child: 4Likes: He loved the high action. He was intrigued by trying all the different activities including rock climbing, skateboarding and more. He especially loved the obstacle courses.What would you change? Less chaos at drop off.Would you send your child(ren) again? YesDo you recommend? Recommend