Monster: The Ultimate Obstacle Challenge's No. 1 goal is making fitness fun. Instead of just plodding toward the finish line on a concrete road, competitors tackle obstacles on the beach—climbing walls, crawling under nets, and sloshing through sandy beaches.
The race is intense and will test your inner mettle, but you don't have to be a Marine or Aqua Man to succeed. Racers of all ages and skill levels are welcome, and can opt for one of two course styles: the Monster Sprint, a quick frenzy with more than 15 obstacles back-to-back, the long 1- mile course has a combination of two courses being 2- to 3-miles
long, dotted with more than 40 obstacles to test your endurance. There are two different sprint courses and two different long courses.
Break in your gym shoes at Coral Cliffs in Fort Lauderdale.
Be sure to visit the restaurant at this gym for a delicious meal.
This gym is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Treat yourself to a cardio blast and kick and punch your way to your health and wellness goals.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Recording studio parties
Recommended Age Group: 7 and older
Kat Loren established Rockstar Recording Studio Parties to give kids the experience of laying down tracks in a professional recording studio while having fun with friends. It's no coincidence that she has all these things assembled in one place; when not hosting kids' parties, the studio serves as an active recording space for professional artists. "Many celebrities have recorded with us," Kat says, adding that her favorite part of the job is just "being in the music business and watching potential rockstars emerge." That's why she enjoys throwing open the doors and inviting kids just to have fun. She supplies them with keyboards, drums, and electric guitars. After the session, the engineer edits, mixes, and burns personalized CDs for all the guests.
Stop by Monster: The Ultimate Obstacle Challenge in Hollywood today and have a fun-filled adventure with the whole entire family.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Monster: The Ultimate Obstacle Challenge is obviously the place to be, so get your calendar out and make plans to visit it soon.
Before they set foot on Zombie Charge's 5K obstacle course, participants have a choice: remain human or join the undead. Hordes of ghouls chase runners navigating 8–12 challenges—such as climbing walls and tunnels—set up throughout woodland trails, open fields, and muddy swamps. Those crossing the finish line with at least one belt flag still attached are counted among the 5K's survivors; handlers stand by with antidotes for less fortunate racers. Afterward, a Survival Party lets participants unwind with games of tug of war and corn hole, live music, or photo ops with some of the event's undead.
At Woodmont Summer Camp's fully air-conditioned facility, and on its outdoor fields, a team runs a full-day summer camp with activities for kids aged 4 to 13. Throughout the day, kids participate in a variety of activities, including basketball, swimming, and special events. They even have a video-game area where kids who need a break from running around can run around virtually. The camp also sponsors field trips and a talent show that parents can attend to see their kids shine.