A joint venture between a professional boxer and a team of successful kickboxing-equipment tycoons, Title Boxing Club maintains a network of dozens of studios spread across more than 20 states, winning over a devoted clientele with its invigorating and engaging boxing- and kickboxing-themed classes. Each workout uses the heart-healthy exercise of cardio training to satisfy people?s innate desire to punch and kick something other than a broken jukebox. Participants build lithe, strong muscle tissue by delivering powerful blows to punching bags, and build flexibility and agility by practicing roundhouse kicks and hooks. Students can build their core strength and endurance with medicine balls and burpees, enlist a qualified personal trainer to practice their newfound skills in the ring, or just torch calories during intense full-body Power Hour workouts.
The Waggle Golf Pass accommodates golfers with discounts to driving ranges, pro shops, and courses spread throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Pass wielders can shore up their swings with discounts on lessons or range balls at golf-practice centers, or continue to seek the elusive hole-in-one or course-in-under-250-strokes with discounted rates at courses from West Virginia up to Pennsylvania. Discounts vary from waived greens fees to percentage discounts to two-for-one rounds of golf, allowing clubbers to test the elysian greens of the Maryland National Golf Club or the kempt fairways of Roanoke’s Arnold Palmer–designed Stonewall Resort golf course. Clients should check the website for a full state-by-state breakdown of all available discounts.
Whether its kids bounding through tumbling classes or adults enrolling in the Krav Maga self defense or Krav ground,
K2 Martial Arts Academy is designed for students of any age or experience level. Whippersnappers are young as three years have a variety of courses to choose from, whether staying active during the summer with engaging camps or developing physical and mental strength during tae kwon do lessons. On the other hand, adults can take advantage of an equally diverse selection of classes, such as kickboxing sessions that get hearts pumping or Krav Maga courses that teach intense self-defense skills as opposed to less strenuous shelf-defense skills.
Fast Eddie's Sports and Billiards is the quintessential place to enjoy the game, offering plenty of TVs to watch, beers to drink, and foods to nosh. The selection of starters is diverse?as it includes kung pao shrimp, nachos, and Tex-mex spring rolls?as are the three varieties of sliders. Heartier fare varies from wild-caught salmon with sauteed veggies to a 12-ounce ribeye paired with mashed potatoes to the 1520 Club sandwich stacked with ham, turkey, and applewood bacon. The bar's namesake dish is the Big Eddie, two 100% Angus beef patty that can be topped with anything from chili and jalapenos to bacon and barbecue sauce, otherwise known as "juice" in the South.
Springfield residents have been bringing their towels and tennis racquets to Springfield Swimming and Racquet Club since 1955. The club, which was significantly revamped in 1992, now boasts four regulation-size tennis courts and three outdoor pools, including a kid's pool and a 25-meter pool with six lanes, two diving boards, and one friendly beluga whale. The center's swim team, the Springfield Tigersharks, coordinates youth swim meets and fitness classes. The club complements its activities with amenities such as a bath house and a shaded pavilion with picnic tables and grills.
A 13,000-square-foot floor filled with more than 50 interconnected trampolines and a cushy foam pit springs guests skyward at Flight Trampoline Park. Launching decks set at different heights let sky grazers get more air by plummeting onto the trampolines, and angled trampolines set against the wall facilitate wall-climbing stunts. The park serves as the bouncy venue for games of dodgeball throughout the week, and on Friday and Saturday nights, the lights dim and lasers fill the air during Club Flight sessions.