What is the Myachi Challenge Gym Program?
What do you get when you combine the full body coordination of sports like basketball, baseball, lacrosse and soccer with the old school fun of Hacky Sack, Frisbee, and yoyo and a positive message that will educate, stimulate, and motivate your students to be the best that they can be? The Myachi Challenge Gym Program!!
The Myachi Challenge is a one of a kind experience led by our high-flying team of Myachi Masters. Designed for students 6 and up, the Myachi Challenge is a fun and interactive “alternative” gym class that will engage both boys and girls!
Over a 1-2 day period, the Myachi Challenge will be the students physical education class.
The Myachi Challenge begins with students learning the inspirational story behind Myachi’s success; a story that has been featured on The Martha Stewart Show, The CBS Early Show, CNBC, and The New York Times. They also take some questions as the students and teachers always have many!
The Myachi Masters then divide the class into groups providing instruction and getting each student engaged in the action. Towards the end of class, students participate in a short competition where they can show off their Myachi skills! One student may win the contest, but each student will have been impacted in a positive and lasting manner!
What Educators are saying!
I just wanted to let you know that Wisdom Lane Middle School is Myachi crazy. Students are “Myaching” (is that a word), in the cafe, gym, study hall - before and after school. The program is all they talk about. It is a great way to reinforce our motto of Hard Work, Respect and Responsibility. Some of the students are even talking about challenging Crazy Ivan, Animal and Maverick. Thanks for working with us to bring Myachi to Wisdom.
Principal, Wisdom Lane Middle School (Levittown, NY)
Bringing Myachi to North Shore Middle School’s gym program has been a great experience for the students! It gets everybody involved, everybody’s moving and they have a lot of time to practice all of their skills. It’s been a lot of fun.
Jackie Muscarella, Physical Education Teacher, North Shore Middle School (Glen Head, NY)