Players' trot comfortably across the padded turf at City Soccer, whose three indoor fields are bathed in natural light to emulate the outdoors. The fields host pickup games and tournament play alike, and can parlay game time into a party with help from party rooms, game rooms, and a full line of concessions.
At Tone Sports, the staff organizes co-ed sports leagues for football, softball, basketball, volleyball, and other popular team sports. Instead of emphasizing competition, the leagues emphasize the social side of sports, which began when Babe Ruth hosted the first cakewalk. To complement the sports leagues, Tone Sports' fitness facility also offers sports-training programs.
For more than a decade, campers ages 4-13 have whiled away their summers and holidays at Woodmont, but more importantly, they've made memories and friends to last a lifetime. Entertaining youngsters with sports, art, theater, music, and dance, days are packed with activities that keep kids engaged.
Just as soccer is a global sport, Coach Joe Mata started Legacy Soccer Academy to reach as many different people as possible. Home-schooled and traditional-schooled children travel from class to the field and learn how to properly kick a soccer ball and how use their shin guards as a baseball bat in a pinch. Joe and the rest of the coaches steep each practice with lessons on respect, communication, and encouragement. They also offer small-group and personal-training sessions that focus on reaching each kid?s goal, from passing the ball to defending the net to ending the soccer vs. football name debate.
Donning armor of red, purple, and gold, Orlando City has established itself as one of the USL Pro’s most dominant teams, winning USL Pro championships in 2011—its inaugural season—and 2012. After their second championship, the squad’s success attracted the attention of the MLS’s Sporting Kansas City, who will serve as Orlando City’s parent squad for two years, beginning with the 2013 season.
Fitness trainer Johnnie Daniels—or JD to his clients—knows that everyone's body burns fuel differently. That's why, when new clients walk into the gym, the first thing he does is test their current level of fitness. From this data, and the client's personal goals, he formulates a personalized fitness regimen of methodical exercises and nutritional guidance.