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Courts Plus Summer Membership Now Available For Youths & Young Adults

Young adults between the ages of 18-22, do you want to spend your summer toned and fit? Then you won’t want to pass up the Courts Plus Summer Membership deal. From May 1 to July 3, Courts Plus is offering a $109 summer membership for 99 days to young adults, as well as a summer membership for youth ages 17 and under for only $79.

Each summer membership comes with all the services available to regular members, including 2 free personal training sessions, which are the perfect way to start your summer workout regimen on the right track.

A Young Tennis Player Sets Sights for Success

Meet Gage Burkhardt, a twelve-year-old Courts Plus tennis player who has played since he was five years old. While some kids his age would rather spend their mornings sleeping, Gage is up early busy with early-morning private lessons at 6:45 a.m. twice each week when he meets with Tennis Pro Greg Spencer at Courts Plus. With a goal of playing varsity high school tennis, it was Gage himself who requested the lessons.

Courts Plus Summer Camps Bring Fun and Fitness!

Space is still available in Courts Plus Summer Camps, which offer fun for all ages! Our camps pack fitness, fun and a classic summer camp experience in centrally located Plunkett Park for preschoolers and the older set. These camps are tailor made for kids who enjoy physical activity.

After School Active Fall Sessions Now Open

Is your child struggling to make healthy exercise and eating choices? Courts Plus is excited to introduce After School Active, a new program geared toward families who want to engage their children in a healthy lifestyle! This comprehensive program is designed to help kids thrive in a noncompetitive, inviting and educational atmosphere.

Kids will participate in movement for the first portion of class and will spend the second portion of class discussing nutrition and body image with a Certified Nutrition and Health Coach.

Courts Plus Helps Keep Our Community Green with Paper Recycling

Courts Plus and the Elmhurst Park District help keep our community green by recycling used paper products. Since beginning the Midwest Paper Retriever Recycling program last year, the District has recycled 6.98 tons of paper products. This yields Green energy savings of 28,536 kwh of electricity, 2644.8 gallons of oil, 48,720 gallons of water and 118.32 trees based on statistics provided by  

Courts Plus Member Climbs to New Heights

While many Courts Plus members have taken on the indoor climbing wall, Mount Endeavor and succeeded, it’s not everyone who can say they’ve conquered actual mountains.

Meet Chris Urgo, longtime Courts Plus member. Chris, along with his wife Kathy and two daughters recall joining Courts Plus just as the transition took place from the previously named “The Courts.”

Since being a Courts Plus member, Chris has run multiple marathons, triathlons completed two Iron Man competitions and most recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro.

Spring Camps and Programs Bring the Fun to Kids Plus

Check out all the amazing activities for kids this spring at Courts Plus and even plan ahead for summer by registering for summer camps! Courts Plus offers spring camps during spring break, March 28-April 1, as well as summer camps from June 6-August 19. Kids will play sports, games, go on field trips and can look forward to swimming in the summer.

Meet Andrew Gotsch, Courts Plus’ Newest Personal Trainer!

Andrew may look familiar to you as he has been a Courts Plus member and staff member for some time. Maybe you have seen Andrew working out, helping friends on the fitness floor or working with kids at the Fit 4 Life gym or climbing wall.  Andrew recently became an ACE certified personal trainer. He is currently in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, studying at the College of DuPage. Andrew lives a highly active lifestyle and is a dedicated member of the Courts Plus fitness community. His fitness experience includes bodyweight fitness and weightlifting.