Paintball Club of Choctaw’s eight playing fields accommodate all skill levels, including tikes as young as 8. Players select from various gaming styles such as capture the flag, fast-paced air ball, and themed objectives of protecting the team fort. Abiding by the club's field rules, players conquer obstacles such as picket-fence forts, wooden teepees, giant arrowheads, and cardboard trees.
Paintball Club of Choctaw has recently expended their simulated-warfare offerings, as they also host games of outdoor laser tag on two fields. During downtime, combatants can grab a bite to eat at the snack stand or simply take a breather at one of the nearby tables, where they can rethink strategy and consult dog-eared copies of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.
The instructors at GC Fit understand that athletes come in all shapes and sizes. That's why their boot camp is designed with workouts that can be modified for all fitness levels. The boot camp is a four-week program consisting of 18 constantly changing workouts that each last 45 minutes. The outdoor classes provide full-body workouts that incorporate strength-training exercises using body weight, as well as cardio and interval training. In addition to the fast-paced sessions, the boot camp provides nutrition plans and camp T-shirts for all of its participants.
Practical Shooting's live-fire training takes place at an outdoor range, which accommodates handgun, rifle, shotgun, and long-range training.
Customers usually bring their own firearms, though instructors supply equipment during certain classes, including the Youth Firearms Safety Class and the Home Defense Course that uses Simunition, a non-lethal training ammunition.
A member of the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Department possessing weapons certifications including a federal firearms license, Wes Elliott continues more than a decade of teaching firearm operation to military personnel, law-enforcement officials, and everyday citizens. On Practical Shooting's outdoor range, Elliott and his team lead handgun and rifle courses, covering a catalog of weaponry that spans pistols to shotguns. Beyond shooting instruction, Elliott teaches executive-protection tactics, and his facility also hosts Simunition matches.
In 1976, only two years after immigrating to the United States, Mike Turek and his sister Jutta Wolff opened Old Germany Restaurant, an eatery founded on schnitzels, Weissbiers, and Rieslings. Now, at Turek's Tavern, a sports bar adjacent to the duo's original restaurant, German flavors add pizzazz to American bar staples. The Philly cheesesteak, for example, is served on a pretzel bun, while the thin crust pizza comes topped with bratwurst.
And according to a NewsOK article, the tavern pairs its food with 20 beers on tap, as well as an extensive wine and spirit selection. Inside Turek's dining room, televisions on every wall screen the latest sports. And on nice days, patrons can also catch games on TVs stationed on the tavern's outdoor patio, which recreates the ambiance of Germany in summer with heating lamps and a mister system.
A gorge filled with foam, a mountain made of tires, and a system of endless mud rivers—it’s not the nightmare of a man hoping to pogo stick across America, but a 5K obstacle course. Participants in The Hillbilly Porkchop Roundup start the day by picking up their swag bag stocked with a racing bib, t-shirt, and chip timer before lining up for an individual or team race. They'll then wind their way through 16 muddy obstacles where the object is to not only garner the best time, but to rescue the largest number of plastic pigs scattered throughout the course. After swinging through the hillbilly high bars and navigating the teetering tire bridge, runners dive into the muddy pig crawl before inadvertently hosing off in streams of a super soaker water canon.
Visitors waiting for their own circuit, or toweling off after a run can check on the kid’s in the 1-mile race, critique the eats at the State BBQ Championship, or fix their hair in the reflective chrome of a car show.