Conveniently located in Torrance and Redondo Beach, we are dedicated to serving you and your family.
Welcome to Fit Kids Gymnastics Center, where we serve the community of Torrance while ceaselessly pursuing our mission of developing "healthy, successful, confident children." Your child's well being and development always comes first at Fit Kids, as we focus on building your child from the inside. Whether your child is enrolled in our gymnastics classes, tumbling classes, or summer gymnastics camps, our unique environment and fun loving teachers allow us to proudly proclaim: Fit Kids, "where learning is fun!"
For nearly 20 years, Fit Kids Gymnastics Center has been your best choice for all of your gymnastics needs:
- Gymnastics Instruction
- Cheerleader Tumbling
- Tumbling for Dancers
- Gymnastics Team
- Summer Gymnastics Camps
- Birthday Parties
- School Holiday Gymnastics Camps
- Tumbling Classes
- And more...
Fit Kids puts a priority on supporting the areas of:
- South Torrance
- West Torrance
- North Torrance
- Rolling Hills Estates
- Rancho Palos Verdes
- Redondo Beach
- And Surrounding Areas...
Contact Fit Kids Gymnastics Center for Gymnastics Instruction in Torrance, Cheerleader Tumbling in Torrance, Tumbling for Dancers in Torrance, Gymnastics Teams in Torrance, Summer Gymnastics Camp in Torrance, Birthday Parties in Torrance, School Holiday Gymnastics Camp in Torrance, Tumbling Classes in Torrance, and in surrounding areas.
Below is some general information about Torrance:
Torrance is a city in the South Bay (southwestern) region of Los Angeles County, California, United States. Torrance has 1.5 miles (2.4 km) of beaches on the Pacific Ocean, which are quieter and less well known by tourists than others on the Santa Monica Bay, such as those of neighboring Redondo Beach and Manhattan Beach. Torrance enjoys a moderate year-round climate with warm temperatures, sea breezes, low humidity and an average rainfall of 12.55 inches per year.
Since its incorporation in 1921, Torrance has grown rapidly. Its estimated 2013 population was 147,478. This residential and light high-tech industries city has 90,000 street trees and 30 city parks. Known for its low crime rates, the city consistently ranks among the safest cities in Los Angeles County. Torrance is the birthplace of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO). In addition, the city of Torrance has the second highest percentage of Japanese in North America (8.88%).
In the early 1900s, real estate developer Jared Sidney Torrance and other investors saw the value of creating a mixed industrial-residential community south of Los Angeles. They purchased part of an old Spanish land grant and hired landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. to design a new planned community. The resulting town was founded in October 1912 and named after Torrance. The city of Torrance was formally incorporated in May 1921. The first residential avenue created in Torrance was Gramercy and the second avenue was Andreo. Many of the houses on these avenues turned 100 years of age in 2012. Both avenues are located in the area referred to as Old Town Torrance. This section of Torrance is under review to be classified as a historical district. Some of the early civic and residential buildings were designed by the renowned and innovative Southern California architect Irving Gill, in his distinctive combining of Mission Revival and early Modernist architecture.
Torrance is located at 33°50′5″N 118°20′29″W (33.834815, −118.341330). The United States Census Bureau boundaries show the city has a total area of 20.5 square miles (53 km2), virtually all land.
Torrance is a coastal community in southwestern Los Angeles County, as seen on the map above, sharing the climate and geographical features common to the Greater Los Angeles area. Its boundaries are: Redondo Beach Boulevard and the cities of Lawndale and Gardena to the north; Western Avenue and the Harbor Gateway neighborhood of Los Angeles to the east; the Palos Verdes Hills with the cities of Lomita, Rolling Hills Estates and Palos Verdes Estates on the south; and the Pacific Ocean and city of Redondo Beach to the west.
It is about 20 miles (32 km) southwest of Downtown Los Angeles.
Torrance Beach lies between Redondo Beach and Malaga Cove on Santa Monica Bay. The southernmost stretch of Torrance Beach, on a cove at the northern end of the Palos Verdes peninsula, is known to locals as "Rat Beach".
One of the country's few urban wetlands, the Madrona Marsh, is found in Torrance to explore. It is a nature preserve, on land once set for oil production and saved development, with restoration projects enhancing the vital habitat for birds, wildlife, and native plants. A Nature center provides activities, information, and classes for school children and visitors of all ages.
Information Source: Torrance in Wikipedia