Youth Fitness

Youth Fitness Center Orientations

Beginning July 7

Youth 11-13yr

Must have a Fit or Plus Pass Membership

 

Parents,

If your child is between the ages of 11-13yr and you both have a Fit Pass or Plus Pass membership you can register to take our Youth Fitness Center Orientation. 

Once you and your child attend an orientation you will be eligible to bring them in the ARC Fitness Center and supervise their workouts.

A parent must be in attendance with their child/children for the duration of the orientation and must provide direct supervision of their child in the fitness center any time they come to workout in ARC Fitness Center.

Steps to take:

  1. Check your ARC Pass Membership type and status - call 847.577-3025
  2. Register your child for the orientation - We need your child's information so we can keep track completed orientations and membership status
  3. You will receive a confirmation email from ARC staff
  4. Fill out the form that will come with the confirmation email and bring it with to the orientation
  5. Check the Preparation list below

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Orientation Preparation

  • Arrive on time (if late, may need to reschedule)

  • Parent attends orientation with their child

  • Wear comfortable athletic clothing and shoes

  • Bring a water bottle and towel

  • Allow 60 minutes for the orientation

  • Bring the completed Child PAR-Q from (will be emailed to you)

Click to Register

 

For details and questions contact

Matt Healy

ARC Manager 

mhealy@ahpd.org


 

 

Youth Fitness Classes ages 10-14 yrs

Classes are included with Fit, Splash or Plus Pass

Registration for each class is required and you must be a member - CLICK HERE for membership information

Participants and equipment will be spaced out to ensure social distancing

Bring your own mat

Classes to be held indoors in the ARC


Click here to register for a class

Class Type

Days

Time

Instructor

Youth Strength & Agility Tuesdays 4:15 - 5pm Ken
Youth Yoga
Tuesdays
4:00 - 4:45pm
Rebecca
Youth Strength & Agility Thursdays 4:15 - 5pm Ken

 

SPECIAL OPERATING HOURS
660 N. Ridge Ave | 847.577.3025
 

Fourth of July weekend hours: 

Saturday, July 3: 7:30am - 2:30pm

Sunday, July 4th: CLOSED

Monday, July 5th: 7:30am - 2:30pm
 
 
Summer Hours: May 29 - Sept. 7
 

Monday – Thursday: 5:30am - 9pm

Friday: 5:30am - 7pm

Saturday: 7:30am - 2:30pm

Sunday: 7:30am - 2:30pm

All Fitness Center, Classes and Pool usage must be done by reservation.

You must have a membership to use the facility, Click for more information

Closed on major Holidays: Easter, July 4, December 25.

Modified facility hours on: Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, December 24, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day. We do anticipate annual maintenance closures for pools and gym floors.

 

ARC Open Gym Schedule

Reservations are needed

Use a Basic Pass, Plus Pass, Splash Pass, Fit Pass

Open Gym, Family Gym, Youth Gym, HS+ Gym times

 

Click here for schedule for July 26 week

Click here to reserve your spot

More and more research has revealed the benefits of exercise on not only a person’s quality of life but also their longevity. Staying healthy and independent is a lifelong job. And with more of us living longer, life itself has definitely become a marathon.

Youth fitness is one of the fastest growing sections of the fitness industry. Youth fitness is an important way to treat and prevent obesity prior to it causing a lifetime of health problems.

Class descriptions:

BASIC STRENGTH TRAINING

Strengthen your muscles while we focus on the three main lifts - Squat, Bench, and Deadlift. Each exercise will be done for a specific muscle group and with proper form.

STRENGTH AND AGILITY

Join us for an intense 45 minutes of speed, agility, and body weight strength training. Class is not sport specific but every drill we do will improve you as an athlete.

YOGA

Students will learn fun poses to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and focus through an engaging and energizing yoga practice. They will also go home with lifelong tools that will teach them how to deepen their breathing and lung capacity, calm their minds, and cope with both internal and external stressors.

 

 

 

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