Quality Time That Counts
We’ve developed an inner fitness system, inspired by confidence routines elite athletes use, that’s easy and fun for parents to do with their kids. Whether it’s just before bed or on the way to school, it’s a 5-minute routine that builds both bonds and a critical life skill.
Talk Like a Legend
Listen to how Muhammad Ali told himself who he was before he told the world, then identify traits and roles that describe you!
After listening to how Emma Watson uses a personal mantra to stay motivated, build one of your own!
Listen to how Kobe visualized his basketball dreams and made them come true. Create and visualize a dream of your own.
Target core areas of confidence
Every five-minute workout is part of a five-day circuit that trains up one of our three core areas of confidence.
Unlock personalized programming
Over the course of a year, kids move through a personalized program with five levels, that offer progressively tougher workouts to strengthen their confidence and help them reach their goals.
Confidence is a skill, not a trait.
Confidence is a skill because it can be taught, measured, and improved. While kids may have different starting points, there are strategies that anyone can practice to improve their confidence.
Because confidence doesn’t look the same for all people, we conducted a national survey where we identified six profiles of confidence in kids. We’re using this to build a Confidence Profile—a tool used typically with only elite athletes— to personalize kids’ confidence programs.
A confidence coach, anytime, anywhere.
We know forming new habits can be tough, so we've got a personal confidence coach who encourages your child through each workout, plus legendary streaks to keep them motivated.
To make it even easier, you can set the time of your family’s workouts, and enter skip days whenever you need them.
Confidence is knowing success is possible, failure is survivable, and what matters most is a vision of yourself you want to live up to. Our research has shown this can be developed by focusing on three foundational areas: