Fit4Kidz Acro dance teams are a great way to build your child’s confidence and self-esteem. It will improve social skills, develop leadership qualities and a competitive spirit while learning good sportsmanship and fair play. Our competition Team members are considered "role models" of the studio and will, therefore, be held to a higher standard of behavior, participation, and dedication. All team members are supportive of each other and exercise extreme good sportsmanship at competitive events, being respectful of the rules, other dancers, judges, etc.
Dance competitions can be a wonderful experience for dancers who strive to do their best. Dance is an art form and the evaluation of dance can be very subjective. While a High Score is nice to receive, it is not our main goal. We are striving to grow as dancers, to improve our technique, to experience performing for and being evaluated by a panel of experts, and to enjoy dancing for the sake of dance. Fit4Kidz competition team requires the highest level of commitment and requirements. Team Members are expected to have strong work ethics and high energy levels. They will have to work hard on their technique, choreography, and showmanship.
Fit4Kidz offers Solo’s duets and trio’s for those students who are more dedicated, are strong in technique, confidence, and stage presence. The dancer’s biggest benefit to a Solo, duet or trio is the amount of personal attention receive from their coach. As a competitive dancer, most time is spend in technique classes and practices with a large group of dancers. While these are important aspects of being a competitive dancer, they will never give the level of personal attention and feedback that can be gained from working with your coach on a one to one basis. All choreography for Solo, Duets/Trios will be taught as private classes at a price set by each coach. Participation in a solo/duet/trio dance routine is a privilege and a great challenge. To be successful, the dancer(s) must have a high degree of skill and commitment. We want our dancers to be successful by dancing within their capabilities. Not everyone is a good candidate for a “non-group” routine. There is also significant cost associated with each private choreography class which runs for 30 minutes. The number of classes required to learn the choreography is dependent on the style of dance and the ability of the dancer(s) to pick-up and retain the material. The competition fees run approximately $100/dance/event for solos and $65/dance/event for duets/trios. A separate costume may also need to be purchased and many times solo duets or trios are judged on a different day than teams requiring overnight hotel costs.