Boasting the only 24-hour staffed access climbing gym and the largest gym gear shop in the U.S., Rock Fitness ensures its customers can scale to their heart's content at any time of the day. The indoor rock-climbing features low-altitude bouldering and roped routes that ensure safe climbing all the way to top of Rock Fitness?s towering walls. While experienced climbers and fitness enthusiasts enjoy the terrain of the facility, beginner and informal climbers alike can also partake in belay lessons, day passes, memberships, birthday parties, team-building, and special events. The facility also houses a full gym and training area, bubble soccer, volleyball and basketball court, cageball, a well-stocked snack area, and a variety of fitness classes, including yoga and spin.
The team of trainers at UPEC Fitness includes a former USC defensive back, the daughter of a Mr. California titleholder, and a high school athletics coach whose students have earned scholarships to prestigious institutions such as UCLA. Armed with diverse backgrounds and knowledge, they lead their students through a broad spectrum of programs ranging from personal training and boot camps to Zumba, aerobics classes, and sport-specific training for football, golf, volleyball, basketball, martial arts, and more.
Within the 8,000-square-foot Redline Athletics Lake Forest facility, instructors lead athletes of all levels through sport-specific training. Redline Athletics coaches have a lot of experience in a variety of sports—some were professional baseball players, some were standout college athletes, and one was a strength and conditioning coach for the New York Mets. The Lake Forest location has Erin and Cory Yoder, who played college volleyball at USC and UC Irvine. In addition to training athletes, they offer generalized classes in strength, agility, and endurance.
Balls fly across five courts at The Pacific Juniors Volleyball Club, where young sports enthusiasts play recreational volleyball and train to perform better. Volleyball programs target every type of player, from kids hoping to gain new skills to teens who want to spike balls on the beach, while camps and clinics test players' abilities. In the facility's weight room, members build endurance on a treadmill, strengthen muscles using free weights, or enjoy a faux picnic on the turf workout area.