Gymnastics in East Chicago


Our deal searchers couldn't find any Gymnastic deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • Midwest Training & Ice Center
    The sounds of hockey sticks slapping pucks, ice skates carving figure eights, and trampoline springs squeaking fill Midwest Training and Ice Center. Adding to the soundscape, experienced staff members shout words of encouragement during adult and youth activities that unfold throughout the 34,000-square-foot gymnastics training facility and the Olympic-sized ice arena. To help visitors grab an edge on their competition, personal trainers stage workouts in the fitness center, which includes strength and cardio equipment, group classes, and locker rooms equipped with a sauna?one of the best ways to relax post workout, and the second best way to cook a turkey. Though the facility focuses on competitive-training programs, its doors also open for public skates, open gyms, youth summer camps, and birthday parties.
    Read More
    10600 White Oak Ave
    Dyer, IN US
  • Patti's All-American
    Patti Komara, commandant of Patti?s All-American for 42 years, leads a team of friendly, highly skilled trainers in conducting gymnastics and dance classes for teens and younger tots. The Tumblebear Gym program (walking toddler?age 6) draws in dinosaurs, Hollywood, and outer-space themes to keep youngsters engaged in the graceful, athletic movements of tumbling. Gymnasts old enough for school-age gymnastics classes (age 6?18) learn and practice more complicated skills on the spring floor, the uneven bars, the in-ground trampoline, and more.
    Read More
    1530 Joliet St
    Dyer, IN US
  • Lake View YMCA
    The caring staff at the YMCA of Rock River Valley fosters healthy habits with personalized fitness programs, family-centric recreation, and more than 50 group exercise classes at both Rockford-area locations. Equipment orientation helps new members feel at home by helping them set workout goals and meet other members with similar goals. After teaming with a certified coach to build a full-fledged fitness plan, guests may follow up with an electronic advisor that suggests changes to the plan based on input from the Y’s human fitness experts. Unlimited access to group classes such as yoga and pool-based aqua Pilates challenges muscles under water. Zumba’s Latin-inspired dance moves get heart rates delightfully elevated, and cardio madness continues the trend with weighted bars and free weights. The Y also sets aside time for families to connect over basketball, movie showing in the pool, or competing in an inflatable obstacle course In addition to showering members with classes and coaching, the Y bathes them in discounts when they sign up for specialized classes such as triathlon training. Complimentary childcare allows parents to focus their mental energy on physical feats, and a handful of free guest passes lets members show their friends where they climb the climbing wall.
    Read More
    3333 N Marshfield Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Crossfit 312
    We are proud to bring Chicago one of the finest strength and conditioning programs to meet all of your fitness needs. We supply our clientele with skill development, metabolic conditioning, and mobility/injury-prevention training.
    Read More
    1201 West Lake Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Skyline Gymnastics
    Dianne Durham's Skyline Gymnastics - where skills are taught, friendships are made and confidence is learned. We provide gymnastics and tumbling training, with a low instructor:student ratio, for aspiring athletes of all ages and abilities. Competitive teams, open gyms and party rentals space are all available.
    Read More
    4121 North Ravenswood Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Parkour Ways
    When he isn't filming chase scenes for TV dramas and movies, parkour expert Kurt Gowan teaches others how to move quickly and efficiently through space as the founder of Parkour Ways. This A.D.A.P.T.-certified instructor doesn't just focus on the fancy tricks made popular by films. Instead, he teaches parkour?or as he prefers to call it, art du d?placement?as a lifestyle that strengthens both the body and the mind. Kurt's mature understanding of this athletic art form is the result of a long journey that began with YouTube videos and plenty of courage. But after years of practice and study, he left his career in electronics retail to open Parkour Ways and change his life and health.
    Read More
    1750 N Kingsbury St.
    Chicago, IL US
Advertisement