I love it! My son has been participating in floor hockey for over 3 years now and he loves it! He was never lonely and made friends instantly. Everyone in the center have at least one thing in common -- they all want to play sports. Everyone has fun all the time. It is nice how everyone unites here for all of the sports offered. This sports center encouraged my son to become a better hockey player. He would go to the basement or to the alley and practice with his cousins. I have never seen him more happy and enlightened by sports until I signed him up to MASC. Mike Amundsen and all of the other coaches are really funny and fun to talk to. They know what they are doing. Yes, they fool around, but they know how to be coaches. Who wants boring coaches? My son participated in the summer camp MASC has to offer and he loves it! All of the counselors are kind and know how to handle things. This is a 5-star sports center! I highly recommend this camp for everyone.
1320 W Fullerton AveChicago, IL 60614
From Business: Lakeshore Athletic Club, located in Chicago, offers a range of activities and facilities to members. The club is spread over an area of more than 180,000 square fee…
I join the Midtown Tennis Club because i l love tennis. I never regret to join because they have a indoor tennis courts and the facility is so great, If you want to improve your skills, You can tell then and the instructor will be teaching instantly. If you want to play tennis, this is the place! 18 indoor tennis courts making this the largest in the country! I am a former div 1. player and this is by far the best club i have been to! Great value for what you pay! Awesome courts, great staff and I love the practice lanes! There are always great events happening at Mid Town. Midtown is an excellent facility with an experienced staff and excellent teaching pros. If you want to improve your NTRP Midtown is the place to go.
Forteza is kind of amazing. It's unlike any other gym or martial arts school I've ever visited; you walk in and you feel like you've stepped back a century or three (or five). Here's a group of students training in medieval Italian sword-fighting, over there's a class in Bartitsu, which is a mixed martial art from 19th century England. In the personal training area at the back of the studio, people are lifting kettlebells and hauling around massive ropes and truck-tires. The staff and instructors are very experienced and friendly and there's a really interesting mix of students/members. IMO Forteza appeals best to imaginative, creative people who like a bit of history mixed in with full-on workouts.