The crunch of fallen leaves or packed snow telegraphs the motions of warriors hidden in the underbrush on the outdoor fields at Commando Paintball Sports. Paintballs whisper through the air, flitting out from the barrels of Tippmann FT-12 or Piranha markers. The projectiles splatter against two-story forts or hollowed-out vehicles on the three wooded fields, which stay open year-round in almost any weather. On the urban combat field, patrons take cover in any of 20 buildings, including a three-story bell tower perfect for getting a birds-eye-view of opponents. Those seeking tournament-style play compete in a hyperball field designed by expert players. Laser tag keeps clothing clean while still eliciting floods of adrenaline.
Western Racquet & Fitness Club originally opened in 1974 as a premier sport and fitness facility and has since maintained its image by constantly updating equipment and adhering to core values that promote lifelong health. Erect a pyramid of health benefits sans complicated pulley systems and unethical building practices with tennis lessons, a high-energy workout that stimulates weight loss and mental stability. With 80 years of experience between them, Western’s tennis pros can help ailing backhands and uninspired serves with individualized instruction. Whether you’re a grass-court beginner or a tennis-fueled automaton with rackets for arms, Western will match you with a befitting instructor. The staff is so supportive to all customers that an old hot-wives tale declares that the building itself is built solely out of their sheer strength, encouraging compliments, and extensive knowledge of construction.
The Greater Green Bay YMCA keeps community members in peak cow-tossing condition with a staggering selection of fitness, sporting, and outreach programs. During the unlimited, month-long training montage, members sculpt their physiques with the Y's extensive facilities, including state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength training equipment, group fitness classes, open and family gyms, and more. Exercisers can pump up their blood pump with the cardio theater entertainment system, bulk up atrophied gills in the member's pool, or donate sweat during fast-paced bouts of basketball or racquetball.
Manhattan Lanes hosts classic entertainment throughout the week with open hours and league bowling opportunities on 16 well-maintained lanes. Each Friday and Saturday, the alley transforms into a cosmic bowling headquarters, with colorful lights moving to the beat of popular songs and adding realism to moon-landing re-creations. The on-site pro shop stocks a complete selection of balls, bags, shoes, and accessories, and also provides screen-printing and embroidery services for custom bowling team uniforms. Bowling lessons are available from the shop's team members, who provide expert tips on how to hunt pins in their natural environment.
Coach directs the spotlight toward the rich life of legendary Marquette basketball coach and CBS broadcaster Al McGuire in a one-man show starring Broadway vet Cotter Smith. Dressed in a green sweater and khakis, Smith submerses himself in the role of Emmy winner Dick Enberg, who was McGuire's broadcasting partner for more than a decade and penned Coach to honor his eccentric friend. McGuire's gravelly, streetwise personality weaves the captivating and amusing story of his life—from his NCAA championship win to a successful career as a sports commentator—which he lived to the fullest before his death from leukemia in 2001.