Ultimate Ninjas: New Gym in Oak Creek | Opening April

Ultimate Ninjas, a national franchise known for its obstacle course racing facilities, is set to open its ninth location right here in Oak Creek, at 400 W Bell Ct.

The space will offer an authentic ninja warrior experience for children as young as three, adults, and everyone in between.

Owned by pro ninja Mike “The Stallion” Silenzi, a name well-known to fans of the American Ninja Warrior series, this new facility promises to cater to the growing interest in ninja sports. This surge in popularity comes as no surprise, given the success of the television show and the exciting announcement of the sport’s inclusion in the 2028 Olympics.

Milwaukee’s own Nathan and Marquez Green, twin brothers and seasoned competitors on American Ninja Warrior, will be managing the 16,000-square-foot gym, ensuring a blend of local spirit and expert guidance.

Scheduled to open its doors by late April, Ultimate Ninjas Oak Creek will feature a wide range of activities from obstacle course training classes for toddlers and youth, birthday parties, and summer and school break camps, to open gym sessions, adult fitness classes, and special events.

For those looking to take their training a bit more seriously, an “Elite Team” will be available for dedicated boys and girls aiming for competitive excellence.

“Unlike other ninja gyms that solely focus on entertainment, Ultimate Ninjas is a place where kids and adults can have fun on obstacles or choose to grow advanced ninja skills, improve health and learn valuable life lessons,” said Ultimate Ninjas Franchise Group co-owner and top female American Ninja Warrior competitor Jesse Labreck. Labreck was the first woman to hit the buzzer on Stage 1 and is a six-time Vegas finalist. 

The facility boasts engineered obstacles and agility courses, including a rare 18.5-foot mega curved wall among other obstacles like the double salmon ladder and ring slider.

For the little ones, a 4,000-square-foot area dubbed the Lil’ Ninjas program will feature scaled-down obstacles, ensuring safe and age-appropriate fun.

“Unlike traditional sports where you compete against another team, in ninja it’s you against the obstacle, which can nurture a friendly and encouraging environment.” said Silenzi.  

A grand opening celebration is on the horizon for late April, promising opportunities for kids to test their skills on iconic obstacles and the chance to win birthday party and class giveaways. We’ll include details on our Events Calendar.

For more information on bookings and updates, be sure to follow Ultimate Ninjas Oak Creek on social media and visit their website.

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