Take a look at some of our athletes on WGN's Around Town with Ana Belaval. These young athletes got a chance to showcase some of the skills they train regularly at Chicago Parisi Speed School located inside of POW! at 310 S. Racine in the West Loop.
The Parisi Speed School of Chicago is located inside of the The Gym at 310 S Racine. Since 2001, POW! has been offering dynamic classes for adults and kids. Today, their full sports performance program is the premier place for a child to train to go from good to great.
Posted on 3/21/2017 at 8:00:00 AM
Camps at POW! are first and foremost - A BLAST!! We make everything fun and dynamic. POW!’s week long self-defense and martial arts summer camp is a unique training experience that will build confidence and teach valuable skills.
The goal is to give a wide exposure to martial arts techniques through boxing, muay thai, self-defense and judo training classes. Kids will also participate in conditioning and flexibility classes. We will also teach the children about martial arts history and offer various art assignments and creative writing assignments. Our goal is that the children leave with a better understanding of how to become a disciplined person with excellent mental focus. Although martial arts at POW! focuses mostly on i...Read more
Posted on 2/21/2017 at 6:00:00 PM
One of our favorite things to do is create PARENT PERKS! Enjoy a Saturday night dinner date without your kids. Check out one of the West Loop’s newest restaurants or enjoy a quiet night at home. Leave your child at POW!, located at 310 S Racine, 1st floor, for a Saturday night of fun! The evening will begin with a workout at 6pm. Around 6:45pm we will provide dinner for your child and finish up with a movie and snacks. Please send a water bottle for your child. All early bird and sibling discounts must be applied manually so please call or email us directly if you qualify for a discount.
This movie night will feature an animation rated for all audiences.
Reach out to us directly to register for this event. 312-829...Read more
Posted on 2/5/2017 at 1:45:00 AM
Would your kid be bouncing off the walls, even if sugar were not involved? If your kids would love to learn to leap, bounce, climb, land, run and cart-wheel faster and safer - this is the perfect workshop. Drop them off at POW! Gym Chicago located at 310 South Racine, 1st for a awesome Saturday night.
Kids will be taught the skills needed to become a future American Ninja Warrior. They will learn to build their strength, their flexibility, and learn to conquer all fear. This event is 2 hours in length, and will focus on learning techniques in rope climbing, rock wall Traversing, monkey car climbing, and parkour style movements. If you have a sincere desire to be the next American ninja warrior, then your training starts here.
For ages 8...Read more
Posted on 2/4/2017 at 9:17:00 AM
It is understandable that parents are nervous to allow their kids to strength train. Strength training for kids can make a big difference in improving their sports skill sets and preventing injuries. The most important thing to remember is that kids need to be supervised and taught how to properly strength train like any other skill.
At POW! Kids and The Chicago Parisi Speed School, we offer strength training for kids starting at age 7 years old. Our focus begins on teaching correct movement mechanics with body weight exercises like push ups, chin ups, squats and step ups. Kids can safely build strength as long as they are being lead by professional coaches qualified to guide them through their strength training workouts.
Here is a...Read more
Posted on 9/25/2016 at 3:00:00 AM
POW! is located in the west loop. For over 15 years we have offered amazing classes for kids. Our west loop classes include classes for kids of all ages. We alos offer camps and a wide range of fitness and martial arts classes.
Uploaded by Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren on 2016-02-21.
Posted on 9/23/2016 at 6:00:00 AM
We love helping kids improve their agility and footwork skills. Improving a kid's footwork requires technical instruction. The Parisi Speed School offers change of direction mechanical training. Here is a great drill you can do with your kids.
Uploaded by Katalin Rodriguez-Ogren on 2016-07-03.
Posted on 9/21/2016 at 3:00:00 AM
The Parisi Speed School is the number one youth sports performance in the Unites States. Featured in the New York Times. The Chicago Parisi Speed School is located inside of POW! in the west loop. Our program offers a parking lot off of Jackson Blvd.
This video is about The Parisi Speed School in Chicago. Located in the West Loop at 310 S Racine on the first floor. 312-829-7699. wwwChicagoParisi.com. The Parisi Speed School is the most successful youth sports performance program in the country. Our coaches are dedicated to building the confidence, character and overall athletic abilities of kids.
Posted on 9/20/2016 at 4:27:00 AM
The evaluation process for Parisi helps to asses a young athlete's fundamental skills.
Until an athlete knows his or her current level of ability, it is impossible to realistically recommend programming, create goals and monitor progress. The Parisi Evaluation is critical to every athlete in our program for four main reasons:
Assesses the current level of an athlete's ability
Allows proper placement in our variety of programming
Provides individualized coaching and focus
Records and monitors progress toward success
Posted on 2/17/2016 at 2:00:00 AM
Here is look at a Jump Start class at Parisi Chicago.
The Parisi Jump Start Program utilizes the most up-to-date research to build a young athlete's physical foundation and improve coordination and self-esteem. Our signature speed and strength training methods are serious, but all within a fun and friendly environment to ensure the young athlete is engaged and motivated to give 110%.
In many of our locations, the Jump Start program is divided into Jump Start I for ages 7 - 10 and Jump Start II for ages 11 - 12. Regardless of the division, our Performance Coaches are specifically trained to motivate and challenge the young athlete, while providing age-level safe and appropriate training techniques and corrections that set a foundation for...Read more
Posted on 2/15/2016 at 2:00:00 AM