Our mission is to help kids overcome, persevere and achieve what they didn’t know was possible…and to have that degree of fulfillment that we all know is so special! That is our brand of fun! We will cater to adults also, but our primary focus will be kids with structured, progressive classes to make them …..
Saturday, May 18 and Sunday May 19th – Area and Regional Qualifiers for kids and adults. Register now! windycityninjas.com/lcq/
Elmhurst gym helps kids find their inner ninja The idea of athletes tackling obstacle courses long has been ratings gold for NBC. Three years ago, Tom Rhomberg realized the popularity of the “American Ninja Warrior” TV show could help get children excited about fitness. So he decided to start a gym where “ninjas” of all …..
Online booking is NOW OPEN for our Elmhurst location.
Windy City Ninjas has 2 locations of ninja warrior gyms in Chicago and Elmhurst focused on encouraging all to push their physical and mental boundaries to the ultimate fulfillment.
Our Chicago location is in the heart of Bradley Place on Chicago’s north side at 2500 W. Bradley Place. Our NEW Elmhurst location opens this Summer at 684 W Lake St reet.
WCN will be offering 55 min classes specifically tailored to the following age groups: Lil Warriors Parent/Tot (ages 2-3), Lil Warriors (ages 4-5), Emerging Warriors (ages 5-8), Ascending Warriors (ages 9-13), Advanced Teen Class (ages 13-15), Adult Classes
In addition to classes, Windy City Ninja offers: Open Gym Time for Kids and Adults – Parties – Adult Classes – Special Events
Inside Our Gym
WGN Visits Elmhurst
Obstacle Course Domination!
I LOVE the Windy City Ninjas adult classes! Zak is a patient, non-judgemental and very informative instructor. It’s not about getting on the show or even making it up the warped wall for me as it may be for some; its about the workout and feeling strong! But even those who are here to train for the show can benefit greatly from Zak’s passion and experience.
Both Annabelle and Nick love Windy City Ninjas and they thought camp was awesome! I’m a stay at home mom, and I don’t really send them to camp at all in the summer but they wanted to do WCN and they’re begging me to sign them up again before summer’s end. The coaches are a big reason why they love WCN, and each one has made an effort to get to know my kids enough so that they feel not just comfortable but inspired to try their best.
Is it okay if I go to Windy City Ninjas every day? And is it okay if, instead of an iPad on weekend mornings, I just go to Windy City Ninjas?
OMG – this is a dream come true for my three!! You will see us there often!