Youth Fitness and Sport Programs
Do you hope your child will develop an early love of physical activity? Our youth programs are designed to provide a fun approach to fitness and staying physically active! Click on the links below to gain more information about each program. Visit our instructional policies page for further information about youth registration, refund policies, and membership type restrictions.
Winter Break Kids on the Move
Kids on the Move: Here it is! A chance to get out of the house, get moving, and learn that fitness can be fun! Through a variety of age-appropriate activities designed and led by a certified personal trainer, your child will have a great time without even noticing he or she is learning great fitness techniques.
Thursday & Friday; December 27 and 28; 9 am - Noon
Members $120; NonMembers $160.
Winter Break Sports Mini-Camp
Sports Mini-Camp: If you and your children are fighting off the winter blues and need to get moving, look no further for relief! Designed and administered by Fred's Camp staff, this mini-camp will keep everybody moving through a variety of fun games and activities. Children, K - 7th grade, are guaranteed to have a good time!
Wednesday - Friday, January 2 - 4, 2019; 9 am - 2 pm; Children need to bring a sack lunch.
Members $225; NonMembers $250 Daily Rate $90 (Arrangements MUST be made prior to January 2).
Our skilled instructors offer private and group Swim Lessons for children as young as 6 months. This is a great way to expose your child to the water as we help them learn to swim.Register here.
is available as a drop-in service on a first-come,
first-served basis Monday - Saturday mornings. Babysitting is available
to children three months and older and parents/guardians must remain in
ed through IMPACT Martial Arts and is open to boys and girls ages 6-13. Classes are high energy and full of fun and excitement. Students learn principles, history, and philosophy of Karate, other martial arts, kickboxing, etc. Classes include physical activity and an education component.
Basketball skills training is available through several programs here at The Ray:
- Skills Training: For kindergarten through high school age, Chicago Basketball Club coaches are able to do it all! Skill development and/or agility and conditioning are included by our veteran instructors. All ages and abilities are welcome and the coaches focus on providing individualized attention to improve your young athlete's skill level quickly and effectively.
- Fred's Camp provides fun leagues for young children on Saturday mornings.
- Our personal trainers provide specific skills training for all ages. If you're looking for a personalized experience, contact us!
The Ballet Academy in Lincoln Park provides training for serious and recreational dancers. Classes are designed to build confidence, coordination, discipline, concentration and appreciation for the performing arts. Classes are for children ages 3 - 14. For more information, go to our dance
Is your child looking to try something new, seeking to further develop his or her boxing prowess or just needs a fresh approach to fitness? Private Boxing
instruction is the answer! Our experienced trainers work with all ages and ability levels!
Fun and Fitness Programs
Do you have a team or group that is looking for specialized training or is ready for a fun, new approach to fitness and wellness? Fit by Design and Kids on the Move programs are designed to meet your group's specific needs while building lifelong fitness and wellness skills!
Sports Skills, Strength, Agility, and Conditioning Training
Do you have a child who wants to take their game to the next level? We have worked with athletes in a variety of sports including volleyball, racquetball, golf, and skating. Let us know how we can help - either with skills and/or sport-specific strength/agility/conditioning training
Mailing List: If you would like to receive occasional updates about our youth programs and services, email us at email@example.com.
Please refer to the Children's Policies for additional information on facility access for children.