Designed by esteemed fairway artist P.B. Dye, Crimson Creek Golf Club's 18-hole course summons golfers with 6,992 yards of well-groomed greenery. Constantly primped by a cavalry of lawnmowers and displaced hairstylists, the course sports a high-quality grass to help putts smoothly hold their line. A segment of the scenic course runs in a wide horseshoe pattern around the north end of Lake El Reno, which—along with a series of ponds that come into play throughout the round—compensates for the layout's scarce population of trees by gobbling up errant shots. Before taking to the first tee, golfers can take a few practice cuts at the club's driving range, check out the pro shop to load up on balls, or visit the Hook-N-Slice Restaurant for a bite to eat or a fork to use as a makeshift divot tool.
Fit Body Boot Camp's nationally certified personal trainers replace drill-sergeant screams with encouraging mantras in their one-hour indoor classes that welcome clients of all fitness levels. During sessions, trainers round out weightlifting sessions, resistance drills, and core workouts with cardio routines such as light running and obstacle courses. They switch up class routines regularly to ensure courses are never the same from day to day, leading wildcard days that incorporate hiking, crawling, and high-stakes Uno games played with 50-pound cards. In addition to bolstering workouts with nutrition guidance, trainers cultivate an atmosphere of positive camaraderie designed to push campers further toward their weight-loss goals.
The Trail of Terror takes brave guests on a walking tour, where grisly displays and ghosts await around every bend in the road. For another bloodcurdling adventure, be sure to visit the haunted barn?its resident spooks sneak up on visitors and elicit screams with their ghoulish makeup and roaring chainsaws.
The Yukon Health & Fitness Club remodels figures through a combination of contemporary gym equipment, dynamic classes, and tanning services. General manager and certified personal trainer Jesse Adams greets new members with a full fitness assessment, reviewing their workout history before gauging their form, joints, nutritional habits, and degrees of ticklishness. A floor orientation guides patrons past a royal menagerie of cardiovascular equipment, and muscles encounter their motivational mecca in the fully stocked free-weights zone. Guests can also narrow their workout’s focus with the club’s impressive roster of classes. Shimmy off calories in a feisty Zumba dance-fitness course, or avenge an anvil-flattened coyote's untimely demise with kickboxing lessons.
Colton Current guides people of all skill levels through highly varied,workouts at Forge Wellness. During the classes, whose small size combines the intimacy of personal training with the motivational support of group sessions, students use their own body weight and equipment such as medicine balls, TRX straps, and dumbbells, and earn bracelets while learning the Keystone Movements—the basis of a system designed to develop areas such as endurance and strength. Current spends the five-minute warm-ups and cooldowns that bookend each class sharing nutritional and stress-management advice, discussing topics such as portion control or why scheduling black-belt testing on your wedding day is a bad idea. A food-sampling day is also held once each month to complement to nutritional discussion.
Practitioners at Stretch U employ The Carey Stretch method, which was developed by professional physical therapist John Carey. Through his work with countless professional athletes, including baseball players and golfers, John developed his method to help unblock constricted neural pathways and help boost functioning of the nervous system. Through a combination of stretching muscles, nerves, and the myofascial system, the Cary Stretch method strives to improve athletic performance, increase mobility, and increase range of motion.