Obstacle course races have become hugely popular the world over and that's what makes Pursuit OCR a promising endeavor set to take the city of Toronto by storm. Pursuit OCR will be Canada's largest indoor obstacle course and training centre found in the West Queen West neighbourhood.
Founded by Wil Mclean of RedGate Bodyworks and Eddie Chan, owner of Bolt Fresh Bar, Pursuit OCR will offer a unique fitness experience for Torontonians. The space boasts 19 obstacles and group classes led by trainers with backgrounds in martial arts, aerial performance arts and even Cirque du Soleil. Of course, one of the more unexpected features is the cryotherapy service for faster recovery and rejuvenation. Spectators will also be able to enjoy watching friends and family attempt the course for a dedicated observation deck.
Pursuit OCR is the Largest of Its Kind in Canada
1. Indoor Obstacle Course Fitness - Pursuit OCR introduces a unique fitness experience that combines indoor obstacle courses with martial arts, aerial performance arts, and even cryotherapy for faster recovery and rejuvenation.
2. Spectator-friendly Fitness Destinations - Pursuit OCR offers dedicated observation decks for spectators, indicating a trend towards fitness destinations that cater to those who just want to watch.
3. Largest Indoor Obstacle Course Centers - Pursuit OCR is the largest indoor obstacle course and training center in Canada, signaling a trend towards larger and more exciting obstacle courses that offer unique fitness experiences.
1. Fitness Centers - Pursuit OCR is likely to disrupt traditional gyms and fitness centers with their innovative and unique fitness experience.
2. Entertainment Venues - Indoor obstacle courses like Pursuit OCR offer a fun and exciting activity for individuals and groups, creating opportunities for entrepreneurial ventures in the entertainment industry.
3. Sports and Wellness Tourism - Pursuit OCR gives travelers a new and unique reason to visit Toronto, therefore disrupting traditional tourism and creating opportunities for sports and wellness tourism.