Things To Do In Burbank

50% Off Gymnastics Summer Camp

Burbank

$320 $160

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Gymnastics camp keeps kids active with two gymnastics classes a day, water play, and other activities

Martial Arts History Museum – Up to 62% Off Visit

Burbank

$20 $9

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Exhibits explore martial arts' role in the history of Asian countries and their influence on American pop culture

Up to 63% Off Fitness Classes or Personal Training

Burbank

$70 $35

Indoor and outdoor boot-camp and facial fitness classes tone bodies and faces; personal-training sessions lend one-on-one attention.

Up to 53% Off Horseback-Riding Lessons

Burbank

$146 $68

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At academy backed by British Horse Society, expert trainers teach pupils to ride English or Western style on well-trained horses

Half Off Kids' Dance Classes or Studio Rental

RC Dance Center

$64 $32

Mommy & Me, ballet, tap, hip-hop, and contemporary dance classes; 3,000 sq. ft. dance studio

Up to 55% Off at LA Dance Central

Burbank

$60 $29

Instructors guide students through dance styles such as the Argentine tango, salsa, American-style smooth, and more

Up to Half Off at Racer's Edge Indoor Karting

Burbank

$92 $46

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Electric Sodi go-karts zip around a 2.5-mile, 16-lap race

Up to 53% Off Children's Dance Classes and CD

Burbank

$80 $39

A friendly instructor guides groups of children through the basics of ballet, tap, jazz, and other types of dance

Up to 59% Off Dance Classes

Burbank

$68 $29

Trained professional dancers teach varied styles of movement, including classical ballet, jazz and hip-hop

87% Off Martial-Arts Classes

Burbank

$225 $30

Instructors teach self-defense during karate, tae kwon do, kickboxing, and Brazilian jujitsu classes for ages 5 or older

Up to 59% Off Ballroom-Dance Lessons

Burbank

$300 $129

Accredited instructors and choreographers instruct students; studio specializes in wedding-dance preparation

Up to 84% Off at Andres Martial Arts

Burbank

$225 $39

Black-belt grand master and a team of instructors instill discipline and self-defense skills in students

Up to 59% Off Music Lessons for Adults or Toddlers

Burbank

$60 $29

Specialists instruct students of all ability levels in playing the guitaor, drums, bass, piano, or violin, or using their voice

Up to 80% Off Self-Defense Classes

Burbank

$150 $39

Skilled instructors teach students what they need to know to defend themselves through self-defense and martial arts techniques

Up to 67% Off Measuring, Goal Setting, and Nutritional Planning

Burbank

$250 $99

Diet consultants available 24/7 help set weight-loss goals and craft customized diets centered around their allergies, tastes, and schedule

Up to 73% Off Fitness Classes

Burbank

$100 $35

Customized women's program helps clients reach health & fitness goals; Fit Quest offers maximum cardio, core strengthening, & yoga stretches

Up to 71% Off CrossFit Classes at CrossFit Chryses

Burbank

$100 $49

Instructors teach a series of varied and functional movements that help build students' strength, endurance, flexibility, and coordination

Up to 79% Off Personal Training

Toluca Lake

$250 $55

Dedicated personal trainers design custom workouts with slow motion high intensity strength training

Up to 74% Off Kickboxing Packages

Burbank

$105 $30

Kickboxing classes combine boxing and martial arts to help tone and trim physiques, and one-on-one training helps refine style and results

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Fitness guru and founder of Burbank Athletic Club Greg Bedrossian knows what it means to beat the odds. Born with a hole in his heart, he was advised throughout his life to avoid strenuous exercise. But instead of giving up, Greg dug into deep personal reserves of will and became a personal trainer, eventually opening Burbank Athletic Club.

Today, his CPR- and AED-certified trainers have picked up on his knack for bypassing perceived physical limitations. Through their fitness classes and training programs, the staff strives to help their students embody the same grit and determination in shaping their own bodies. The high-intensity classes—including cardio kickboxing and a boxing-Pilates fusion known as Piloxing—ramp up the difficulty as time goes on. Vinyasa, flow, and other forms of yoga are available as well, led by experienced yogis. These are contrasted by low-impact, high-intensity spinning classes, which work the body but also the mind, as clients must recognize that no matter how hard they pedal, in the end they go nowhere. Classes are often supplemented with individual workouts in a vast gym filled with weight machines, free weights, and cardio machines.

226 E Palm Ave
Burbank,
CA
US

Promoting positive socials skills through gleeful play, Under the Sea Indoor Playground, named one of the area's best indoor play spaces by CBS Los Angeles, gives kids a colorful landscape of obstacles, toys, and floor-to-ceiling murals to play in. Throughout the three locations, youngsters of various ages ramble through soft-padded activities such as the soft moon bounce, or exorcise pent-up energy scaling the sea castle. Meanwhile, parents and guardians can watch proudly from nearby seating or join in and challenge children to good-willed games of foosball. For younger children, Under the Sea turns down the tempo of play with a soft baby corner, toddler swing, and learning-oriented play equipment. Under the Sea is designed to help develop social skills, coordination, and self-esteem with a colorful cast of painted octopi, mermaids, and sea monkeys mistaking the playground's yellow slides for sea bananas.

2424 W Victory Blvd
Burbank,
CA
US

After struggling with stress, depression, and weight gain, Scott Yonehiro was inspired to get healthy when he realized how much his young daughter needed him. He lost more than 73 pounds and gained a wealth of knowledge about how to turn the body into a fat-burning, muscle-building machine. Today, the busy father, husband, and owner of Ballistic Body Fitness uses close to 20 years in the industry to help people reach their own goals. He tailors each plan to meet individual needs, offering a Jumpstart to Fitness program that facilitates rapid results despite an overloaded schedule, and a 90-day body-transformation challenge with a straightforward meal plan and metabolism-boosting exercises.

2010 N Hollywood Way
Burbank,
CA
US

When David O'Donnell retired from the New York Fire Department, he probably thought his physically demanding days of stepping into blazing buildings, lugging around gear, and swinging pick head axes were over. And to a degree, they were. But while recovering from the injury that caused his retirement, he decided to make physical fitness a priority.

Nowadays, he's traded in the pick head axes for kettlebells at his fitness studio, The Kettlebell Gym. In addition to overseeing his students' kettlebell swings, O'Donnell and his team also oversee the techniques of another fitness training program: TRX suspension training, which teaches exercisers how to lift a two-lane suspension bridge.

1006 W Oak St
Burbank,
CA
US

The Bar Method workout, which has been featured in Self magazine and Seventeen, started with German ballet dancer Lotte Berk. After injuring her back, Berk took her physical-therapy regimen and fused it together with her old ballet workouts. Burr Leonard took this system and modified it in 1991, in an effort to minimize the impact it had on delicate joints. The workout became known as The Bar Method, named for the horizontal barre that ballerinas use to steady themselves during dance routines and astronauts use to practice pole dancing in space. Bar Method workouts combine Berk's original dance conditioning and physical-therapy moves with fast-paced interval training and muscle-building isometrics, and aim to tone physiques without adding bulk.

2422 W Victory Blvd
Burbank,
CA
US

Starting kids as young as 12 months on the path to strength and confidence, the instructors at Fun & Fit Gymnastics hope to build foundations that will shape their students for the good. The philosophy here centers around finding the best class for each child. In that process, instructors pair kids with others of similar age and ability levels to develop not just athletic skills, but social ones too. The enormous facility also contributes to the curriculum, with a 50-foot spring-suspended tumbling floor, beams, bars, vaults, trampolines and a 5-foot-deep foam-filled pit used for fun and to enhance safety.

1919 W Burbank Blvd
Burbank,
CA
US