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At Let’s Get Fit Fallbrook, the trainer proves that his 20-year career—marked by the training of six bodybuilding champions—has well equipped him to instill fitness in anyone. His quarter-acre, pet-and kid-friendly property boasts an 800-square-foot space that sees the loss of many pounds, thanks to strength training. But he specializes in golf fitness by Nautilus, a type of exercise that boosts wellness and improves play on the links.

521 E Elder St
Fallbrook,
CA
US

Eli, a local produce broker, has connected hungry city dwellers with fresh fruits and veggies from his local farm for nearly 20 years. Each week, workers fill boxes with peppers, oranges, herbs, leafy greens, and avocados, all of which are naturally grown and free of waxy preservatives and that car-factory smell. Since all of the seasonal eats found in Eli’s farmers’ market stands and community-supported agriculture parcels come from his local farm, CSA subscribers shrink their carbon footprint by cutting out transport resources required for traditional grocery shipping and distribution.

2929 E. Mission Rd.
Fallbrook,
California
US

Though they loved wine, Les and Dorian Linkogle didn't move to Temecula for the grapes; and even though their land was home to one of the largest, oldest olive trees in the city, they didn't move for the landscape. They moved to give their motocross cyclist son a place to ride his bike, but in time the siren song of the vines got through to them. In the late 1990s they planted acres of grapes—viognier, merlot, zinfandel, cabernet sauvignon, and riesling—to ship to other vintners. However, it wasn't long until the Linkogles began handcrafting small-lot artisanal wines of their own under the banner of Briar Rose Winery.

Soon, Briar Rose Winery's vintages began racking up accolades and awards in international competitions. All of the winery's wines are unfiltered with no sugar added, and many are aged in oak barrels. Guests can literally taste the fruits of these labors at the winery's tasting room, sipping zinfandel, a bordeaux blend, and Talking Frog, a wine lager that becomes a prince when you drink it.

41720 Calle Cabrillo
Temecula,
CA
US

Since 1977, Running Center has attested that no one should have to "break in" new shoes. Staff members endeavor to find pairs that suit sprints immediately, adjusting their picks based on the size, width, and pronation—a joint's habit of rotating past a neutral position—of each client's feet. They haven't learned this science simply by training; the employees are all athletes themselves, and they rely on a common passion for fitness rather than a commission goal as they recommend footwear. They help customers avoid injuries by answering questions on the shop's stock and on running in general, addressing common topics such as gait and how to stave off coffee spills on your morning jog.

Specialty shoes range from trail-running sneakers to racing flats and cross-country spikes. With choices from Nike, New Balance, Asics, and other brands, customers can experiment with different support systems that align with their body and lifestyle.

27548 Ynez Rd
Temecula,
CA
US

The Christiansen family's roots in the carnival industry run deep, stretching back to Ralph B. Christiansen's 1920s amusement business, which his hard-working sons kept running through World War II. Today, Ralph's grandson, Buzz, hosts more than 80 Christiansen Amusements events per year and rents out carnival rides for parties and gatherings. Events pop up throughout Southern California and feature an assortment of family-friendly excursions ranging from mild kids' rides to more intense rides such as the Skydiver or Kamikaze. Carnival games challenge guests' hand-eye coordination, rewarding feats of strength or accuracy with stuffed animals to give to dates or mount on the hood of one's car.

40820 Winchester Rd
Temecula,
CA
US

Within spitting distance of the Temecula Promenade mall and movie theater, Promenade Auto Spa's experienced staff saves and restores autos’ shimmer with eco-friendly wash practices. A mere pint of water outperforms the aqueous waste of competitors with help from a low-pressure nozzle and a biodegradable, non-foaming wax detergent designed for use at Madame Tussaud's laundromat. Technicians exploit the wash's convenient location and cars’ idle parking time, performing up to two-hour washes as drivers run errands or catch a flick. In addition to à la carte wash services, optional upgrades include hand carnauba wax and preservation-minded leather treatments.

40820 Winchester Rd
Temecula,
CA
US