Ultimate Ninjas St. Louis

Sports, Recreation & Fitness
636-206-8550
140 Long Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005

Build self-confidence and prepare to reach higher than you ever imagined at Ultimate Ninjas St. Louis in Chesterfield. Classes are designed and led by American Ninja Warriors who train to conquer the same obstacles seen on the NBC hit TV show, American Ninja Warrior. Challenge yourself. Be awesome. Have FUN!

Ninja Classes are great for kids age 6 and older who want to learn how to do the obstacles just like on American Ninja Warrior! We work on different obstacles each week, building strength, endurance, and confidence. Classes are 55 minutes long, include a warm-up, obstacle coaching/technique, endurance, and free time. Kids are separated by age level.

Classes run Monday through Thursday at 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. Each class is $25 and siblings receive a 15% discount if enrolled online. Drop-ins are also available. Call 636-206-8550 for more information.

Ultimate Ninjas St. Louis offers open gym, kids obstacle course training classes, birthday parties, corporate team building, private events and also UltiFit, unique adult fitness classes that incorporate High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) as well as obstacle course training.

For more information, visit ultimateninjas.com/st_louis

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