While many aestheticians have tried to bottle youth's vibrancy and smooth skin, few have attempted to capture its penchant for chocolate milk-flavoured hot dogs. Harness the healthier energy of childhood with today's Groupon: for $6, you get a Stay N' Play Pass (a $12 value) to Bulldog Interactive Fitness on King Street.
Along with hoisting self-esteem and academics, Bulldog Interactive Fitness pumps up kids aged 3 to 16 with youth-focused games and equipment. Stay N' Play sessions cruise through 90-minutes of heart-thumping physical activity that includes a rock climbing wall, PS2 game bikes, circuit equipment, and more. Children can train for b-boy battles or clogging cotillions on Bulldog's vibrant Dance Dance Revolution game floor or test their endurance on the dodgeball court. The 1,800-square-foot gymnasium is rife with engaging athletic pursuits and littered with strident small fries, making social skills as effortless to build as muscle mass.
Game Forward featured Bulldog Interactive Fitness:
- The program which has taken Canada by storm encourages fitness while having fun. – Nathalie Caron
Bulldog Interactive Fitness
Bulldog Interactive Fitness began as a facility exclusively for kids, combining fitness with summer camps, birthday parties, and other fun activities. From there, the trainers expanded to include the whole family. Kids play dodge ball, practice hip-hop cheer, or compete in bouts of indoor floor hockey, while adults kickbox or stretch into yoga poses. Should parents' workouts last longer than their offsprings', the kids can head to the supervised games area for electronic or tabletop amusements.