Things To Do In Northeast Grand Rapids


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  • Go2Karate
    After beginning martial arts in 1980, two karate students earned seventh-degree black belts and eventually went on to become masters and open their own schools. They wanted to share their love of karate and other martial arts with even more people, so in 2011, they created Go2Karate.com. Go2Karate is a website that connects people around the world with martial arts schools in their communities. It also helps users learn about the various styles of martial arts?teaching them the differences between karate, Brazilian jujitsu, capoeira, and mixed martial arts, for instance?as well as helps them find a class based on their individual goals. On the easy-to-use website, parents can find a karate school to successfully teach their child self-confidence and respect. Kids' karate classes acquaint students with others their own age, and also build skills that help them deal with schoolyard bullies. For women, karate and other martial arts do double duty as a fun and confidence-building fitness regime while also equipping them with essential self-defense moves. Karate and martial-arts classes for men help them not only hone fighting technique, but also reduce stress and drop pounds while chiseling stronger bodies. Users simply enter their location information and the style of martial arts they're interested in, and the website shows them a bounty of schools conveniently located nearby, many with a class schedule and news about recent events.
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    1621 LEONARD ST. NE
    GRAND RAPIDS, MI US
  • Rock Hard Boot Camp
    Modifie Wellness's head trainer Kandi issues the same challenge to every aspiring athlete that walks through her door: an unmodified version of the Army's fit test, a grueling procedure that reporter Emily Richett of Fox News 17 called "really, really challenging," before signing up for a month's worth of classes. After the assessment, she and her team of AFAA-certified trainers then lead Rock Hard Bootcamp, Rock Hard Challenge, or Rock Hard Mammas fitness programs, each geared toward different types of clients with different goals. They also offer Zumba classes.
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    2052 Celadon Dr. NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Bricks4Kidz
    Lego bricks are the building blocks of most kid-friendly, collaborative projects at Bricks4Kidz?but they may also represent the foundation of tykes' minds. In step-by-step projects, kids work together to engineer prescribed structures and gizmos, learning to work together as teachers introduce concepts such as friction, gravity, torque, scale, and gears. The classes are tailored to certain age ranges, ensuring that children take on projects that are appropriate for their developmental skill set.
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    810 Ball St NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Twisted Hot Yoga
    Hot yoga is?and should be?a challenge. Classes at Twisted Hot Yoga certainly are. Each takes place in a sweat-inducing studio and sometimes incorporates free weights, but the studio also brims with amenities that make each visit a pleasure. Frozen lavender-infused towels, for instance, soothe and refresh during savasana (the still, resting pose that concludes yoga sessions), and cork floors help prevent injury. Heating, humidifying, and ventilation systems are continually updated for a comfortable experience, and changing rooms give guests the privacy to swap their street clothes for traditional yoga tuxedos. And, for yoga neophytes and veterans alike, an onsite boutique proffers essentials, from mats to bags.
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    1971 E Beltline Ave NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Gymco
    "When we teach—from babyhood—people to move well, they'll enjoy doing it, and they'll continue doing it." Such is the philosophy of Gymco president and co-founder Doreen Bolhuis, which she relayed to the New York Times in a 2010 video report. The importance of starting young kids on the road toward athleticism is something Bolhuis is passionate about, especially as a former elite-level gymnastics coach who's been teaching for more than 35 years. It's a concept she calls "physical literacy," and she's appeared on news outlets such as Today, CNN, and ABC News to discuss how young children's physical training and development is just as important as their mental growth. Along those lines, Bolhuis created the GymTrix line of DVDs to help parents develop babies' fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. And Bolhuis's enthusiasm for childhood fitness is apparent at Gymco, where her staff undergoes a four-step technical and philosophical certification protocol on sports development. She has transformed what began in 1980 as a few classes held in a barn behind a local retirement home into a 5-acre, 16,000-square-foot first location and a second, state-of-the-art facility on the north side of town. When you walk into either site, you'll see kids scaling rock walls, doing back flips, and defying imaginary pirates as they walk the plank-like high beam, improving their physical skills in sports, gymnastics, and cheerleading classes. What aren't as obvious are the internal changes that begin to manifest, from improved self-confidence and perseverance to the gradual building of character. Fulfilling her start-them-early mission, Bolhuis also offers classes designed specifically for preschoolers and kindergartners.
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    2121 Celebration Drive NE, Suite 200
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
    For wings with a ton of zest, Grand Rapids' Buffalo Wild Wings has got you covered. Fear not you gluten-free or low-fat eaters, you'll have plenty of choices here. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on Buffalo Wild Wings' menu. The patio seating at Buffalo Wild Wings is perfect for those warm summer days. The restaurant is about as noisy as it gets — plan for booming speakers and chatty crowds everywhere. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. Buffalo Wild Wings is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering. Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes. Your bill at Buffalo Wild Wings will rarely go over $15, so you can really indulge!
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    2121 Celebration Dr NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US

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