At National Training Centers, instructors tackle the difficult task of improving athletes' hockey game without any ice. Instead, they train the body to perform better in the rink, with balance yoga classes dedicated to improving leg flexibility and core strength. Instructors help players hone their stride and endurance with skating-technique-based treadmill classes. All of their training focuses on the essential attributes of an ice-rink athlete: core strength, agility, power, speed, and the ability to walk on frozen water.
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When you look around Xtreme's 33,000 square feet of space, it's hard to discern what stands out the most. Is it the 40-plus cardio machines? The free weights, sauna, or juice bar? Every gymgoer can find something special under this roof—and there's still more than enough room for Zumba, Mixed Martial Arts, and boot camp classes, too. If that wasn't enough, each class is led by a dynamic instructor and some of the staff even boasts experience in the UFC ring. The facility also opens up at 5:30 a.m. during the week to accommodate regular work schedules and anyone who works out as their day job and child care services are available to members at no additional cost.
As the home of the TSN Classic Bowl Championship, Classic Bowl sees its share of high-stakes bowling. Even during recreational matches, the alley’s shimmering lights reflect the competitive glint in bowlers’ eyes as they stare out at the polished surfaces of 60 lanes that span 70,000 square feet. The echoes of crashing pins resonate throughout this expansive space seven days a week and reach their zenith during cosmic bowling on weekends, when party lights set matches aglow and pins sway to the beats of popular tunes spun by a live DJ. In between games, recharge with food and drinks at a full-service bar or sharpen hand-eye rapport during button-smashing melees in the arcade. Experts at the on-site pro shop equip bowlers with gear, offer helpful advice for improving scores, and feed energy bars to the hamsters that thanklessly propel balls toward their targets.
If you've got the gear and the guts, there's no limit to the experiences the world offers. In Canada alone, a thrill-seeker can explore the unknown depths of a local waterway on a scuba dive, reach new heights with just a carabiner and some rope, get their speed fix on a mountain bike, and experience the raw thrill of giving each star in the night sky a nickname. All of these activities will have a stage at the show: professionals offer scuba demos in a dive tank, a rock wall awaits anyone bold enough to climb it, and the camping showcase spotlights some of the nation's best campgrounds and most reliable gear from top industry brands. Talks led by seasoned experts round out the three-day weekend. Dave and Deb of Planet D talk about their globe-trotting adventures, and Hap Wilson recalls the 60,000 kilometres he's traveled by snowshoe and canoe.
The rugged indoor playing field at Defcon Paintball’s Toronto and Mississauga locations span more than 40,000 square feet and beckon sharpshooters to engage in multicoloured campaigns. For each session, players don their gear and load their guns before Defcon staffers helm a comprehensive safety course that outlines essentials such as equipment usage, the rules of the game, and how to ornament opponents’ backs with dramatic chiaroscuro. Participants bob and weave through a dirt-floored indoor course littered with concrete cylinders, ducking behind piles of sandbags as they fire 100 polychromatic slugs at their rivals.