Founded by former NBA player Larry Hughes—who also played college ball at Saint Louis University—D1 Basketball United aims to teach youngsters both basketball prowess and leadership skills. D1 hosts clinics for kids of all ages to learn the basics, and it also forms teams of both grade- and high-schoolers for competitive play. Each practice session is led by handpicked, well-trained coaches who bring positivity and encouragement to the court.
Chesterfield Sports Fusion doesn't limit its visitors to just one or two attractions. Within the 30,000-square-foot facility, sport courts, electronic games, and an array of attractions create enough fun to share with the whole family, even weird second cousins. To pique competitive appetites, the facility hosts 35 arcade games and The Vault, a futuristic, laser-filled obstacle course. Modeled after a movie set, the laser-tag arena hosts matches amid two stories of black-lit scenery, and the trickling sounds of a waterfall serve as the soundtrack for an indoor 18-hole mini-golf course. For athletic play, Chesterfield Sports Fusion boasts a 20-foot climbing wall and a dodge-ball arena. Chesterfield Sports Fusion recognizes that having fun is for all ages and rents its facility out for everything from kids' birthday parties to corporate functions to ceremonies honoring a freshly made pair of dentures.
With hard work and some assistance from Ozzie Smith's Sports Academy, even first-time athletes can make their way to the winner's podium. Esteemed coaches work with trainees in camps and lessons that build baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer skills. Training is available all year-round regardless of weather, thanks to the academy's expansive indoor facilities. Players flock to the courts and cages not only for formal training, but also to play on Ozzie's academy teams.
If you love sports, you'll probably also love Riverchase Recreation Complex in Fenton.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this club has the restaurant just for you.
Take the kids along too — this club is a great spot for families with activities that even little ones will love.
Elevate your physique through their terrific circuit training.
From front kicks to roundhouses, these kickboxing classes will teach you the fundamentals.
The worst part about working out is that you can spend lots of time with few results. A personal trainer is a great safeguard so that you efficiently use your time to achieve real results.
Exercising once a day might seem like a pain, but aerobics classes make it less of a chore and more of something to look forward to.
The MMA classes at this establishment include a variety of fighting and self-defense techniques.
Elevate your physique with an unbeatable cross fit program.
Learn some new dance styles, such as Latin fusion, with a Zumba class from Riverchase Recreation Complex.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Depending on how competitive you'd like to be, there are many ways to play sports—at a clinic, in a league, in a tournament, or at a camp, for example. Stratman Sports organizes all of these for a number of different sports, including volleyball, basketball, kickball, and bags.
With offerings available for both youth players and adults, the company invites every potential athlete in the greater St. Louis area out to play, regardless of their age or ability level. Locations include West Park Bowl, Silver Creek Saloon, River's Edge, and The Pavilion, which boasts white sand volleyball courts and an outdoor patio. The staff also specializes in making custom apparel and accessories. They can create uniforms, logos, and other wearable items, meaning that athletes no longer need to play skins vs. rain ponchos.
Forget about little kids running around in a cheesy quasi-futuristic setting: the laser tag at 18 North Central is as realistic as it gets. Known as iCombat, the game uses guns with lifelike sound and recoil, and it's played on a two-story battleground that requires teams to engage in authentic combat tactics to succeed.
The gaming center's other main draw is a team game dubbed Cyber Sport. Part bumper cars, part lacrosse, the game involves driving a cart around a court while trying to toss a ball into a raised goal. After a round of either activity, groups can head over to Geno's Gourmet Grub to fill up on sandwiches, burgers, and craft beer.