OBSTACLE COURSE CLASSES, CAMPS, B-DAY PARTIES & TEAM BUILDING EVENTS FOR KIDS & Adults IN the NORTHERN CHICAGO AREA
Recreation Center for Kids near Chicago
Kids Activities in Libertyville and Arlington Heights, IL
Whether you are on the hunt for a new after school activity, a super fun day camp, an inspiring birthday party, or a private team building event, you will find it all here at Hot Ground Gym®.
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Benefits of Our Programs
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HGG is owned and operated by military veterans and former first responders. Our team of owners and instructors is what separates HGG from the rest. Our no-nonsense approach to development, teaching, and training, that is derived from our service connected experiences, which is tempered by the fact that “these are children, not soldiers”, allows us to cultivate a self-confidence instilling environment that is truly unique, beneficial, and super fun.
We have dedicated our lives to the physical, mental, and character development of children. Our slogan is “Strengthening the Future”. We nurture the potential of every child that comes to us through the programs we offer.
FAQ About Our obstacle fitness Center
My child is kinda sporty but currently hates "regular sports". Is HGG a good fit for my child?
For sure! Since our beginning, we have noticed that some students enjoy having a physical outlet but do not necessarily enjoy the pressures of "traditional sports". Other students attend HGG classes in between sports seasons or still during a season. We also have several "success stories" where children have trained in our program for a while, then moved on to a traditional sport with more confidence and excelled.
My child is shy. Will my child be able to work in a team?
If your child is prone to shyness, we can fix it. Our 5 Pillars of Confidence, which are part of our unique system of child development, are aimed at helping your kiddo start feeling comfortable around other children and develop teamwork and leadership skills.
Can parents observe the activities of their children?
Sure! While you can drop off your kiddo and run some errands in peace, you can just as well stay for the whole time of a class, camp, birthday party, or teambuilding event.