Dr. Steven Schulte, a 25-year veteran dentist, emphasizes both advanced technology and patient comfort in his practice at Auburn Dental Center. He and his team keep adult- and child-size teeth healthy with general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry services. Intraoral cameras and digital x-rays—a safer alternative to traditional x-rays—diagnose problems precisely and easily, and headphones and televisions entertain patients during their exams and treatments. In addition to providing basic cleanings and exams, Dr. Schulte treats TMJ with night guards, beautifies smiles with teeth whitening and porcelain veneers, and performs root canals. He also can bestow clients with tooth-colored fillings, bridges, and crowns—the latter of which makes him very powerful when he visits monarchical countries.
Beatrice Country Club’s 18-hole course unfurls across 7,169 yards of Nebraska countryside for a par 72 course that blends elements of woodland golf and a traditional, links-style layout. The majority of the course’s fairways tunnel through tight tree lines that temper aggressive impulses at the tee box like a caddy studying to be an anger-management therapist. Encroaching timbers vanish for a stretch, during which relatively open fairways run alongside water hazards and thickets of tall grass, affecting the landscape of golf’s seminal Scottish links. With five tee options, the course caters to clubbers of all stripes. Arching drives trace the sky at the onsite driving range, where duffers prepare for their round and practice balls efficiently sign waivers before launching themselves into the stratosphere.
Wielding wisdom and weights, M.A.S. Personal Training's fitness gurus liberate lifestyles by combining a varied exercise routine with a diet to elicit entertaining, effective results. Intrigued inductees procure three to four one-on-one sessions per week, which include a trainer-directed work out and a nutritional coaching session to up zinc's game. To merge practice with intent, the establishment also offers cooking courses and grocery-store visits. Classes are ideal for a social sortie and range in options from kickboxing to BootyCamp, in which svelte-seekers work legs and glutes running laps while hauling enormous treasure chests. The class schedule is updated weekly. Sessions are tailored to meet individual needs and goals, and changes will be made on a meeting-to-meeting basis or when a free weight sees its shadow.
Club Z Fitness’s experienced and licensed instructors lead groups through torso-twisting dance moves in Zumba and Zumba Toning classes. The courses seamlessly fuse aerobic workouts with salsa, merengue, samba, and end-zone-celebration-inspired dance moves. Each cardio-centric class gets blood flowing as dancers tone muscles, boost heart rates, and burn calories. As much of a party as it is a workout, Zumba sessions encourage a fun and lively atmosphere that often leads to budding in-class friendships and post-class dance-offs. Check Club Z Fitness’s class online schedule for class times.
The fitness technicians at MAS LifeStyle aim at well-rounded solutions to poor health, with programs based in exercise science as well as the psychology behind getting into shape. Whether through personal training and fitness classes or customized nutrition planning and lifestyle coaching, the staff at MAS LifeStyle works with clients to help them build healthy, functional routines.
To plug exercisers into peer groups, the studio hosts a variety of group fitness classes. Yoga classes move students through a series of poses, and Zumba classes throw students into upbeat dance moves that burn calories and teach people how to communicate with bees. Core-stability sessions build lean muscle with kettlebells, stability balls, bosu balls, and foam rollers.
At Fit Club, co-owners Austin Peters and Craig Willeke adhere to the Art of Strength system of fitness. That means fewer isolation exercises and more functional exercises to work the entire body. In addition to increasing strength, the workouts also boost heart rate and endurance while embodying the physical culture of weightlifting.