Category Archives: Special Days


What has your family been up to this summer?  Impact Sports Center (ISC) has loved hearing all the fun and exciting places you all have went to in past summers.  Well, this year we want to see your pictures!

Your child should have already received their #ISConthego postcard with instructions on the back (we have plenty in the gym if you still need one). Hold on to this postcard until your child thinks their exciting place is worthy of sharing with (yes, this can include your pool in the backyard, the ballpark or even just the day trip to the beach).  Then snap a shot to capture the moment.

From now until August 28th, post your photo to Instagram or Facebook and then tag #ISConthego so we can join in all your fun.  If you are not on social media, don’t worry, you can enter by emailing us!  The most creative post will win a prize! Winner will be announced on September 1st.

Oh the places you’ll go and the things you’ll see, we just hope you share it with ISC!

The fine print: The ISConthego Postcard must be physically in the picture, no photoshopping it in.  We are not able to see all of the tags of #isconthego do to privacy settings.  By no means do we want you to change your preferences, but do ask that you email your entry to so you can participate to!  Please note, which ever way your photo is submitted, you are consenting to the release of its use to Impact Sports Center.  These images will be used for marketing purposes only and will not be given or sold to outside companies or individuals.


Olympic Day – Road to Rio 2016

Olympic Day is held annually on June 23 and is celebrated by millions of people in more than 160 countries. This day commemorates the birth of the modern Olympic Games dating back to June 23, 1894. Olympic Day’s mission is to promote fitness, well-being, culture and education, while promoting the Olympic values – excellence, friendship and respect – and the three Olympic Day pillars – move, learn and discover – in every corner of the globe.

This year, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has a contest that could land you and a guest to get a chance at a sneak peek of the Olympic Park ahead of the Rio 2016 Summer Games.  Check out this link for more information Olympic Day Contest Info!

Impact has joined the celebration this year and will have some fun things this week in the gym to get everyone pumped up for the Road to Rio Olympic Games 2016.

You’ll notice as you walk in the fun photo op for your kids to DREAM BIG and imagine they are holding the torch.  If you do get a chance to snap a shot of your kiddo, make sure to tag us at #iscolympicday!

At the back of the gym at our coloring table there is an opportunity for the kids to get creative and design their own torch that will be displayed on the wall.

Did you know that the Women’s Gymnastics Olympic Trials will be coming through San Jose July 8 & 10, 2016?  Our gym has been given an exclusive opportunity to purchase discounted tickets, see the front desk for more info.

We’re getting ready to root on TEAM USA how ’bout you?20150622_130540

Celebrating Our Dads!

Our latest post is all about our fantastic dads.  We see you out there watching your little one week after week and want to let you know that we have the best dads on the planet!

Here’s the top 5 ways all of us at Impact Sports Center appreciate you dads:

  1. Being the proud daddy that takes the picture of your kid’s first anything, from forward roll in tot town to that back handspring that your child nailed.
  2. Bringing your kiddo to one of our many summer camps…..and then deciding to pick them up at the end of the day 😉
  3. Entertaining Miss Jaime with Giants Baseball talk or razzing her if you’re one of the few Dodger fans in the gym. (Big tip to stay on Miss Jaime’s good side, NEVER tell her the score because she records each game and watches it when she gets home!)
  4. Lighting up Mr. Shane’s face with your suggestions of anything Foodie or Wine.
  5. Just being you!

Here’s a cute video that makes us wonder what were they thinking, but definitely represents how Dad’s come to the rescue. Make sure you leave a comment and tell us how the Dad in your life saves the day!