Classes in Wood Dale


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  • Goality Fitness Club
    Instead of relying on repetitive workouts and weight machines, Goality Fitness Club owner Eric Su guides clients through free-form exercises that change with every session. Workouts often consist of using exercise balls by Bosu, powering through suspension training by TRX, and running around impossibly shaped tracks by Mobius. Clients can select the training hours that best suit their daily lives; sessions begin as late as 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and also take place on Saturday morning. The club also offers yoga classes and free 30-minute consultations.
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    236A E Irving Park Rd.
    Wood Dale, IL US
  • The Painted Party
    Choosing canvases, signs, or wineglasses to brush and decorate, groups of visitors to The Painted Party gather around tables for BYOB painting classes. At the behest of an experienced art instructor, each painter daubs, blends, and Jackson Pollocks their canvases, following a series of easy-to-follow directives. They can take the resulting work of art home at the close of class.
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    101 North Swift Rd.
    Addison, IL US
  • Planet Fitness
    Choose from the following locations: Addison, Chicago, Evergreen Park, Melrose Park, and Naperville.
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    1445 W Lake St
    Addison, IL US
  • Crossfit 1013
    There are no restrictions on the clientele welcome at CrossFit 1013?everyone from grandmothers and kids to pro athletes whose paternal grandfather trained with Hercules can benefit from the effects of CrossFit. The strength and conditioning system adapts to match the skills of its practitioners, tying the load and intensity of jumping, pushing, and climbing to each exerciser?s ability level. Regardless of the power behind lifts and pull-ups, the routines hone 10 physical skills, ranging from cardiovascular endurance and stamina to coordination and agility. Each group class begins with warm-ups, followed by strength training, before moving on to CrossFit?s signature workout of the day, an ever-changing routine that spends anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes awakening brute power through the use of old-school tools such as kettlebells, climbing ropes, and tractor tires.
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    726 Foster Ave.
    Bensenville, IL US

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