Though Prado Olympic Shooting Park hosts law-enforcement-training programs, civilians of all skill levels can also practice on the venue?s outdoor shotgun field, pistol range, and rifle range. The park hosts regular public events?such as pistol and skeet shoots?and keeps an onsite pro shop.
Wherever Johnny Allen goes, you're likely to find the sounds of tennis players hard at work: shuffling feet, the rhythm of an extended baseline rally, maybe even the occasional grunt. But you'll also hear the melodies of upbeat tunes—a staple of all Johnny Allen Tennis instruction that underscores his program's emphasis on fun and positivity as motivational tools. Although playing music during every lesson may be an unorthodox stroke, it's fueled a program that now helps more than 400 students improve at seven locations. Allen's success is evident in the many top junior players and scholarship college athletes who have graduated from his program.
Yoga instructor David Zki applies a gentle hand during yoga classes, emphasizing breath control and calm minds over achieving wild feats of flexibility. Although he demonstrates this approach best with beginners, teaching them breathing fundamentals and introducing them to poses, he heads Ashtanga classes filled with every age and skill level of student.
A silence settles over the typically boisterous bar as eyes fixate on the TV set, where the ball hangs in midair before carrying over the fence, falling through the hoop, or landing in the arms of a receiver. Before long, the silence explodes into cheers, and glasses clink together as more rounds of beer make their way to the tables.
This is a common scene at Happy’s Grille, where sports fans of all stripes and allegiances assemble to watch games while savoring 50-cent appetizers, hearty pub sandwiches, and domestic and premium beers. The nightly crowd lingers long after the final buzzer Thursday–Sunday, when DJs spin danceable hits and live bands rile up the crowd with guitar solos, thumping bass lines, and melodic recitations of the game’s play-by-play broadcast. Open seven days a week, Happy’s Grille keeps midweek crowds entertained with live karaoke and, of course, numerous televised sporting events.
As a father-son team, Mark and Albert Haro have dedicated years to helping people feel fit and get their energy back. Along with their trainers, they accomplish that by combining structured workouts, nutritional guidance, and professional encouragement to their clients. Programs here are tailored to accommodate individual fitness levels while also keeping in mind each person's particular goals, whether that involves building muscle tone, losing weight, or growing a second pair of lungs.
The Next Level Gym also brims with equipment that members can use, including kettlebells, free weights, punching bags, and cardio machines. Trainers here also host boot camps and other group classes throughout the week, using intense sequences of functional movements?such as jumping, lifting, swinging, running, and throwing?to provide full-body workouts.
Soroptimist International of the Chino Valley, sponsor of the Chino Brew and Chew Festival, holds regular fundraisers to benefit women and girls. Since 1956, the outfit has worked for its community, and now this dedication is channeled into advancing women’s statuses in the world through programs that provide financial assistance, honor volunteer service, and promote mentoring for at-risk girls.