CrossFit Now's coaches include policemen and firefighters who lead exercisers of all ages and skill levels through a rigorous training regimen adjusted to fit each individual. Tackle a complimentary one-on-one consultation session to learn CrossFit basics and try out a class before delving into the exercises, which focus on building stamina, speed, strength, and flexibility. Workouts utilize functional movements that can be applied to everyday life, such as sit-ups to build cores, squats to tone thighs, and shopping-cart bench presses to strengthen triceps. More than 40 Workout of the Day classes per week rotate heart-pumping routines, interspersing them with rest periods for mending sore muscles or catching up on needlepointing.
ZAGG’s sophisticated gadget shields stylishly help expensive devices weather the everyday threat of harmful wear and tear. Colorful sets of sheaths from the Unlimited Expression lineup armorize pocket pals in themed colors and costumes ($19.99+), and leather skins allow electronics to mimic chic wallets or tiny rectangular cows ($9.99+). Accessories such as ZAGGfoam cleaner ($9.99) keep mobile minicomps plugging away with clean, processor-safe solvents. In addition to standard shields and tools for everyday upkeep, ZAGG's custom-fitted invisible shield form-fits a self-healing protectant over smartphones and tablets, helping to protect them from debilitating scratches, smudges, and online cooties ($14.99–$24.99 for an Apple iPhone 4).
The trained consultants at Halloween Express help visitors sift through hundreds of premade costumes and assemble ghoulish getups with a collection of makeup, hats, and wigs. Ladies express their appreciation for the liberal arts with the Crayola Tickle Me Pink crayon costume ($29.99), and infants don the Berry Cute costume to instantly become a county-fair legend ($31.99). Include the family pet in the festivities with a doggie devil costume ($14.99), or pair a Slytherin robe ($32.99) with a Gryffindor scarf ($24.99) for the scariest of fashion faux pas. Decorative witch brooms make eerie additions to front patios and janitorial closets ($6.19 each), and a glow-in-the-dark skull ($8.59) provides ample light to the inside of a pitch-black candy bag.
Award-winning extra-virgin olive oils from both hemispheres line shelves inside Tubac Olive Oil, sharing space with bottles of traditional aged balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy. Visitors can explore the fruity, nutty, and peppery notes of oils pressed in Egypt, Greece, and other countries or opt for mild Moroccan olive oil, which the shop's specialists infuse onsite with flavors such as bacon and black truffle. Balsamic vinegars that have been smoked or steeped with flavors such as espresso make sophisticated dressings and sauces. Patrons can also peruse olive-oil-based soaps and beauty products.
Stocking the closets of sporty folks since 1982, Alan’s Shoe House and New Balance Tucson helps customers find the right footwear for them from such brands as New Balance, Dunham, and Ecco. The New Balance Tucson location carries a wide variety of New Balance apparel and shoes.
Inside Jerry’s Cigars opulent, inviting store and lounge, rows of name-brand cigars in wooden boxes peek through glass cases as customers relax in large black easy chairs, sampling smokes and playing cards. A neon-lit Jerry’s Cigars sign and several flat-screen televisions line the high ceilings above cases stacked neatly with pipes and accessories, and a ventilation system efficiently disperses smoke clouds, preventing unexpected Gorillas in the Mist re-enactments.