Sports in Pilsen


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  • 1 On 1 Health Fitness
    Owner and head instructor Michael Harris?AKA Coach Mike?helms 1 On 1 Health Fitness, backed by a trio of dedicated coaches. Together, they offer clients customized personal-training programs as well as group fitness classes, guiding them through high-intensity interval training in boot-camp classes, coordinated breathing and poses in yoga classes, and self-defense exercises in their authentic Brazilian jiu-jitsu program. In addition these sessions, 1 On 1 provides weight-loss programs that utilize Usana nutritional supplements and Coach Mike also shares his talents during fitness seminars.
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    2130 S Halsted St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Golf in Motion
    Golf in Motion's fairway guru shares gameplay strategy and evaluates swing mechanics from the well-stocked confines of Chicago Style Golf. There, a team of avid golfers invites players of all stripes into its pro shop to check out the industry's newest equipment or have a broken club repaired. The shop buys old equipment from customers ready to upgrade their driver or trade in their putter after that black cat crossed their putting line. If patrons cannot find the specific club or specs they need, the staff can custom fit and order what they are looking for. Customers also can search for the right putter on the shop's synthetic putting green and test out clubs in one of their three hitting bays, complete with a launch monitor that assists with in-house swing lessons.
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    1130 W 37th St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Pedal To The People
    Drawing on an inventive business model that captured the attentions of Fox Chicago and CBS Chicago, Pedal to the People's master pedaler Adam Clark tows a mobile workshop to cyclists' homes to keep two-wheeled steeds safely and reliably rolling down the road. During the course of a complete tune-up, novice and experienced riders are welcome to watch the repairs and to ask questions about mechanics, components, or Victorian table etiquette.
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    1048 W 37th St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Work Hard Play Hard
    Work Hard Play Hard whisks urban professionals away on day trips and social events aimed at making the most out of their Saturdays. In the winter, this means ski and snowboarding excursions to Midwestern resorts such as Cascade Mountain, Chestnut Mountain Resort, and Devil's Head Resort. After pickup at one of two designated spots in the city, a well-appointed coach bus transports guests to the slopes as they snack on granola bars or nap in their plush seats. Each destination welcomes participants of all experience levels with range of courses from beginner-friendly bunny slopes to challenging terrain parks and black-diamond trails. Besides transportation, lift tickets, and equipment rentals, Work Hard Play Hard also offers lesson packages for those wishing to polish up their yeti-chasing skills.
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    Taylor & Halsted
    Chicago, IL US
  • Gymboree Chicago
    In 1976, busy California mother Joan Barnes wanted nothing more than to find a play place where she and her kids could enjoy age-appropriate, educational activities. Finding none, she developed her own innovative play environment within a developmental-based program structure now known as Gymboree Play & Music. Today, kids tumble and learn in more than 650 locations in 33 countries around the world, engaging in open play and classes designed to build cognitive and motor skills. As parents participate in their children's development, their kids learn to paint, play music, and interact socially outside of their preschool knitting circles.
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    600 W Roosevelt Rd.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Kick It Right
    Kick It Right founders Alejandro Blinder and Carlos Stremi grew up in Argentina, where soccer is ingrained into the national culture. "I was raised loving soccer," Stremi says. After those youthful years, both young men went on to play for world-renowned teams in Argentina, and both were later recruited by Joliet?area universities. After graduation, they decided to share their passion by launching Kick It Right. Since 2002, they've coached and mentored more than 5,000 players. During soccer-camp sessions, children age 3-13 learn to kick, dribble, and pass the ball, developing techniques that'll help them star on the field or shock crowds at the bowling alley. Older kids and adults can enroll in programs tailored to their experience level. And in a nod to their own experiences in the collegiate world, Kick It Right's directors also offer a College Division program designed for students hoping to use soccer as a means of scoring scholarships.
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    737 S Halsted St.
    Chicago, IL US

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