The ultimate jungle-themed sports and adventure gym is opening its gates in New Jersey on Saturday, Nov. 18. Warrior Gyms celebrates natural movement through unrivaled facilities, including a two-tier obstacle course and fifteen-foot warped wall, inspired by TV sensation American Ninja Warrior. Visitors will also discover rock wall climbing, a parkour arena, obstacle course racing, and fitness classes. The 40,000-square foot space was converted from an indoor tennis complex and has been renovated with customized wall-to-wall alternative training and sporting equipment.
Warrior Gyms will open on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, with a VIP party. The public can enter a competition to win tickets on Facebook and Instagram, with ongoing opportunities to win every day. Winners will be the first to see the gym alongside American Ninja Warriors, Isaac Caldiero, Michael Torres, The Smiling Ninja (Clint Sarion), Rachael Goldstein, Meghan Beatty and Samer Delgado. The gym will 'unearth' completely unique and customized challenges, including a trio of warped walls and one of the tallest bouldering rock climbing walls in South Jersey, featuring natural rock formations. Warrior Gyms is also running a competition to win a small-group training session with the First American Ninja Warrior, Isaac Caldiero. For those who don't win VIP Party tickets, an open house will start later that day at 3 p.m.
"Warrior Gyms will be at the forefront of the next fitness revolution. After working in the health and fitness industry for 15 years and competing on American Ninja Warrior, we're excited to open our gym with the support of Warrior legends like Isaac Caldiero, Michael Torres, Rachael Goldstein, The Smiling Ninja (Clint Sarion) among others. Our new gym is the first space where thrill seekers can perfect parkour, ninja warrior, rock climbing and obstacle course racing for fun, fitness or to train for events," said co-founder, Brian Kane.
Staffed by professionally trained physical fitness experts and industry leaders, Warrior Gyms aims to break down barriers of age and fitness levels. Ninja obstacles and parkour are open to everyone ages six and up; exercise enthusiasts will find the alternative workouts thrilling and those new to working out will be surrounded by inspiration. An inflatable obstacle course is suitable for children under six, so families can enjoy a day out with activities to suit everyone. Those in need of a little extra support will benefit from Warrior Gyms adaptive programming.
People can visit the gym with various membership packages, drop in during open gym hours or by attending one of the many fitness classes. The gym also offers birthday party packages, family days out, competitions, parties, corporate days out and team building activities. Recruitment for trainers, front of house staff and open gym monitors is already underway and is expected to create dozens of new jobs in the area.
Located conveniently off of I-295 and Highway 73, fans can keep an eye out at www.warriorgyms.com and on Facebook over the coming weeks for some exclusive competitions and photos of progress with the fit-out.
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About Warrior Gyms
Warrior Gyms is at the forefront of the next fitness evolution. The ultimate sports and adventure gym includes training facilities for parkour, ninja warrior training, rock wall climbing and obstacle course racing all immaculately designed across 40,000 square feet. Warrior Gyms employs professionally trained physical fitness experts and industry leaders. This is an alternative challenge gym, breaking down barriers of age and fitness levels. The park is owned and founded by local entrepreneurs, Brian Kane and Vito Laspurgato. They also own the successful Evolution Fitness Now and Vito's Organic Stuff, respectively. Brian Kane is an American Ninja Warrior veteran and featured on the hit ABC television show during Season 7. In addition to gym memberships, the gym will offer birthday party packages, support sessions and adaptive training, one-on-one coaching, group classes, team building exercises, as well as monthly Ninja Warrior and Parkour competitions.
Bouldering Rock Wall
Ninja Warrior Challenges
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