The knowledgeable staff at Kinetic Cycles extends the lives of bicycles with full bike tune-ups and outfits riders with high-performance cycling apparel. Kinetic Cycles stocks its showroom with a full lineup of bike apparel and accessories. Instead of coating themselves in several sirloin steaks, bikers can add an extra layer of insulation with Specialized Therminal arm warmers ($35) and leg warmers ($40) or ready themselves for winter rides with a pair of wind- and waterproof Louis Garneau Super Prestige gloves ($44.99).
Kovar's Satori Academy is Sacramento's leading group of martial arts schools. We have been voted Sacramento's top martial arts school four years in a row by the readers of Sacramento magazine and viewers of KCRA. We have classes for people of all ages and all classes are taught by friendly certified instructors.
For more than two decades, Emerald Lakes Golf Course has challenged golfers of all skill levels with a scenic assortment of hazards, including redwood forests, a host of lakes, and the Delta Breeze. The course features a relatively easy first hole, after which things get much harder at hole #2—a 195-yard par-3 made longer by the prevailing winds. Before heading in for the day, golfers must make a difficult decision at the 362-yard, par-4 dogleg ninth hole. They can aim over the lake in hopes of hitting the green directly, lay up in the center of the fairway, or hit the ball in the opposite direction to approach the hole by crossing the entire globe first.
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Ask any muay thai fighter why the martial art is called "the art of eight limbs" and they'll promptly point to their two fists, two elbows, two knees, and two shins. Together, those eight unforgiving parts of the body comprise each fighter's attack. At 8 Limbs Fighting Academy, where the trainers specialize in muay thai, students can learn and refine their striking and defense techniques during youth and adult classes.
Clint Robinson's U.S. Air Force duty took him around the world, but it was his time in South Korea that made the biggest mark. There, he learned the art of tae kwon do—and the positive fitness and values associated with it. When he returned to the states and left the Air Force, it didn't take long for him to found his own martial-arts school. More than 40 years and 19 locations later, Robinson's Taekwondo continues to thrive on the same principles on which Clint founded his business: excellence, personal attention, and tradition. He now counts children's, adult, and family programs as part of his curriculum. With continued training, students of all ages not only hone their fitness, but also improve their mental sharpness, self-confidence, and discipline.