Your Courts Plus membership will have more value than ever next year. Starting in 2017, many of our most popular group exercise classes will now be included in your membership for free and without the need to register online. Now it’s even easier to try a Courts Plus high intensity cardio class, like Insanity or TRX, or spend a week focusing on relaxing the mind and body with one of our Yoga classes.
Courts Plus was recently selected Best Fitness Facility by readers of the East DuPage Suburban Life publication. Courts Plus received the Reader’s Choice award and was showcased in the Suburban LIfe’s Finest section of the newspaper for Elmhurst, Villa Park and Addision.
Courts Plus is proud to be part of your community. Thanks for naming us the best!
At the Monday, September 26, 2016 Park Board Meeting, the Board was presented with results of a survey administered by email to Courts Plus members this fall regarding how they utilize the facility and their satisfaction with their membership, amenities, staff, and the overall facility. A majority of Courts Plus members’ satisfaction level was reported as “good” to “excellent”.
Take your fitness training to the next level with HI-C, a new High Intensity Cycle Interval class coming to Courts Plus. This class is taught on and off the bike with a focus on cardio and strength conditioning. HI-C will incorporate the bike, your body weight, free weights and more, allowing you to increase cardio endurance, strength and agility while igniting calorie burn. This class will allow you to set your pace and goals, with new and experienced cyclers welcome. Class will meet Wednesdays from 6-6:45 a.m. starting October 19. Fee is $58 members/$73 non-members.
Making sure our members are offered a quality fitness experience is a top priority at Courts Plus, and state of the art equipment requires a significant ongoing investment. Courts Plus budgeted nearly $120,000 for fitness equipment in 2016, and has already invested over $70,000. At the September 12, 2016 Park Board meeting, the Board approved the $43,451 expenditure for the replacement of the six Stepmills on the Fitness Floor.
Making plans for what the kids can do on their days off school this fall? Look no further than Courts Plus and its Kids Day Off Club, offered to ages 5-10. Drop the kids off on Monday, October 10 or during their Thanksgiving Break week on Wednesday, November 23 and Friday, November 25. They’ll enjoy fitness, games and activities indoors and out, weather permitting. Lunch is included. Fee per day is $40 Courts Plus members/$43 non-members. Camp runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., with extended care available 7-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. for an additional $17/day.
Courts Plus is getting into the Halloween spirit! Families are invited to Courts Plus for Halloween programs this fall that will get your kids fit and excited for the season.
Are you ready to run your first 5K? With our Walk to Run 5K Program, we’re ready to help you achieve success! This program is for anyone who has never run or would like to get back to running. We'll help you progress from walking to running while learning how to safely increase your distance, improve form and increase your pace. You will learn the importance of cross training and recovery while training with our experienced Instructors. Class will run “rain or shine”.
Perfect for your active, curious child, Kindergarten Kapers is a year-round pre-kindergarten and kindergarten enrichment program offering both progressive curriculum of reading math and science and fitness fun, including tennis lessons, climbing wall, yoga, nutrition and specialty classes. Geared toward ages 4-6, sessions begin September 6, 2016 and take place on mornings from 9-11:30 a.m. or afternoons from 12:15-2:45 p.m. Parents can choose two, three, four or five days per week. Lunch and after-care is available for an additional fee.
Randy Leslie is enthusiastic about his future. As a star high school athlete, he excelled and was looking forward to his first year playing college football. There was one problem, however. “The coaching staff had sent out a packet filled with workouts containing lifts I didn’t know existed,” said Leslie. He was overwhelmed and unsure about attempting the workouts on his own. He turned to online instructional videos on YouTube hoping they might help, but they didn’t. “Consequently,” Leslie says, “my form suffered and I was not seeing results.”