A competitive golfer since the age of 7, Brian McGrew divests golf knowledge accrued from a distinguished high-school career and his extensive training under the 5 Simple Keys swing methodology. 5 Simple Keys?or 5SK?breaks down the swing into five checkpoints for pupils to focus on: steady head, weight forward, flat left (or off-hand) wrist, diagonal sweet-spot path, and clubface control. As the Regional Director for the 5SK program?the second-youngest instructor to attain that title?Brian uses the program principles to help golfers develop a more reliable swing in a way that is easier and more accessible than switching to a liquid diet of Arnold Palmer drinks and short-grass smoothies. Most importantly, Brian implements the 5SK system in a way that produces results, as evident in his work with a high-school student who dropped 10 strokes off of his tournament average in the course of one year.
Youngsters and seniors alike punch and kick their way through 11,000 square feet of space inside Tenchi Family Karate and Fitness. Children?s classes improve gross motor skills and self-respect inside a studio with special padded mats, while adults practice their defense techniques on a solid bamboo training floor. The instructors keep their skills sharp while studying with renowned karate masters overseas, giving them a constant source of wisdom they can pass along to pupils.
The thrilling courses at Daredevil Ziplines were originally built for the adrenaline junkies on the finale of the action series The Controller: Medal of Honor Warfighter. Happy shrieks now spiral out from members of the general public as they hit the 50 mile-per-hour speeds experienced by the stars of the show. The Dare Ya! ride whisks participants downhill for 600 feet before being stopped abruptly on the bungee braking system, which then sends them whipping out over a lake and stopping gently. They then glide down among sweet-smelling pine boughs and make a soft landing.
The Aerial Challenge combines a zipline with an aerial obstacle course, including a suspended log walk, ladders, a swinging bridge and platform, and rope walks. Riders can end the challenge with a short walk to a bridge overlooking the Tuck spring, which flows from the roots of a century old oak tree. Streams babble above and below the ground, carving the limestone into organic-looking curlicues covered with moss and ferns like somebody who won?t get off the Jurassic Park ride.
Golfers familiar with Callier Springs Country Club’s 9-hole course may have noticed something peculiar about the course’s water hazards: even during severe droughts, their water level hardly changes. That’s because—true to the club’s name—the waterways are fed by a system of active springs so plentiful that they once fueled the clubhouse, pool, 30 area homes, and too many toasters to count. Originally built in 1939, the course—which measures 3,146 yards from the farthest tees—was once a grassy lure for celebrity duffers such as Dean Martin and Andy Williams. Golfers can walk in their rarefied footsteps as they attempt to keep their orbs and golf carts from straying into the course’s meddlesome waterways.
Dance Studio open since 1997 serving the Bartow County and surrounding areas. We offer dance classes in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, modern, hip hop, contemporary, musical theatre and exercise classes such as pilates, Zumba, yoga, and tai chi.
The trainers at 360 Baseball Club mint top players at every level of play, from little leagues up to college and the pros. Its program starts with the fundamentals of hitting, pitching, and fielding, coaching players to become well-rounded in all aspects of the game. Hitters then work on bat control and strategic thinking, while pitchers learn to command and control their curveballs and fastballs without relying on cardboard signs with instructions from fans. Additionally, the facility offers a physical training regimen for groups and individuals. There are specific programs designed to help pitchers improve their arm strength, base runners improve their speed on the base path, and outfielders improve their agility.