Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: No
Brands Used: none
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Dress for the outside temperature as we have no AC
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
We are all about improving your individual game. We don't care what school you go to or what team you play for. We offer the training that all coaches want you to do. The Shoot a Way gun is addictive.
I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience?
Just as you would prepare for a practice. You will shoot hundreds of shots in a short period of time. We are in a warehouse area so be careful in the parking lot.
What?s your favorite part of your job?
Watching my coaches work with our clients to make them the best they can be.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We have water and Gatorade available for purchase but you are free to bring your own.
In 1979, millionaire Donald J. Carter and Mavericks' founding president, Norm Sonju, began making efforts to secure an NBA team in Dallas. His dream became a reality at the 1980 All-Star game, when league owners voted to admit the new franchise for an entry fee of $12 million and Mr. Carter's entire baseball-card collection. The newly formed Mavs experienced quick success, making the postseason six times during their first decade. The 1990s proved not so kind, however; the team failed to make the playoffs even once. That ineptitude came to a prompt halt with the start of the new millennium, when, under a fresh and outspoken ownership regime, the team set off a string of 12 straight playoff appearances, highlighted by its first NBA title in 2011.
Most Montessori schools shape their curriculum around the teachings of Maria Montessori, the Italian educator whose name is synonymous with encouraging children’s naturally developing intellect. And while St. Alcuin does just that, they also honor the other figure in their moniker—Alcuin, who tutored Charlemagne’s sons and turned York’s cathedral school into a legendary institution. At St. Alcuin, staff adopt a philosophy that encompasses the medieval scholar’s work and also inspires cooperation, independence, and imagination, whether students are conducting a science experiment in class or stretching the time-space continuum to make day camp last longer.
Even when the school year ends, St. Alcuin keeps kids engaged with enriching summer camps that foster independence and community building. Adventure camps feature exciting themes that acquaint campers with live animals, challenge them to build their own kites, or teach them about space travel. Meanwhile, sports camps and enrichment camps let children explore their passions. The school also offers academic camps that give students a leg up when school is back in session, helping kids learn a new language, musical instrument, or useful study skills.
When he began Rockstar Fit Camp, Ade Hazley used his experience gained in his nightclub-managing career to add excitement to an effective three-pronged workout formula that has garnered acclaim from his clients and the media.
His team of encouraging trainers includes industry experts. At nine locations, the instructors set up stations for resistance, cardio, and stability drills, with maneuvers that are adjustable for any strength level and sync with the group's desired cowbell tempo. Recurring fitness assessments and nutritional advice supplement the rhythm-fueled camp classes, instilling lasting habits for better health.
The sounds of squeaking sneakers, pinging baseball bats, and thudding volleyballs fill The Sportsplex At Valley View’s 61,000-square-foot field house. Each floor of the two-story facility is dedicated to athletic training, evident by the eight volleyball courts, three basketball courts, 70’x70’ turf field, batting cages, track, and anvil-throwing field. Between the playing lines, guests can play pickup games or join one of Sportsplex’s experienced coaches for sports training or camps. Since no athletic facility would be complete without a gym, there’s also a space where cardio and TRX equipment, boot-camp classes, and personal-training sessions help whip participants into shape.
The City of Cedar Hill Parks and Recreation Department is community centered. Every year, they organize the Cedar Hill 5K Green Run, which benefits the preservation of natural and open spaces.
This year, the fun run traces a course through town that ends at the Village Green, where post-race entertainment gets going and awards are handed out. Proceeds from the event go to benefit the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center for educational programming, which provides classes for kids where they learn about ecology through the lens of the canyon's eco-system and through the special learnin' goggles some children choose to wear.