• Orientation of the facilities and equipment • Unlimited access to tennis courts and fitness center (a $75 value) • No court fees (a $12–$20 value/hour) • Unlimited group fitness classes • 45-minute nutrition consultation with a dietitian (a $45 value) or a 60-minute tennis lesson (a $60 value) • The initiation fee (a $75 value) will be waived if the Groupon customer joins the gym after the 30-day membership expires.
Maple Hill Golf encompasses an 18-hole golf course, a 300-yard driving range, and a 15,000-square-foot pro shop into one place so that golfers need not travel far to put their brand-new irons, drivers, and duds into practice. The pro shop's inventory spans the entire spectrum of golf equipment, with Nike and TaylorMade drivers, golf balls by Titleist and Callaway, and footwear from Adidas and FootJoy. The shop is also a factory-authorized fitting center for iron manufacturers such as Titleist, Mizuno, and Wilson, ensuring that each club matches the player's swing style and internal polarity. With shiny new gear in hand, golfers can head over to the executive golf course next door, where they’ll grapple with 18 holes designed by George Woolfred, or cross the street to crush tee shots from the driving range's spacious, all-grass hitting stations.
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Like players on the court, the coaches at T.H.O.S Basketball—which stands for Teaching and Helping Others Succeed—combine their talents to pull together a winning game plan. Coach Hoskins and his staff lead the basketball classes, teaching students techniques he's learned throughout his sports-management career—the same on-court fundamentals and advanced strategies that helped his Central Basketball Club team take home a championship. Coach Kyle takes cheerleading enthusiasts under her wing, leading them through exercises and routines that build self-confidence and character. Inspiration is the domain of Coach Collins, who encourages players to build motivation, practice, and overcome their fear that basketballs are actually enormous spider eggs.
Writing and gross motor skills; math and nutrition; fine motor skills and social etiquette. Physical and social development may seem unrelated, but connecting the two can boost cognitive ability in growing children. That’s why WisdomGym Preschool always incorporates movement into its academic sessions. WisdomGym is just one branch of the Horizon Complex, which fosters a healthy community by teaching kids of all ages dance, gymnastics, and cheerleading skills.
Children as young as 4 months old can participate in gymnastics classes that help build motor skills through playful routines and exercises. At age 2, children can begin dance classes that progress to advanced levels of ballet, tap, jazz, and hip-hop. In cheerleading classes—for ages 4 and older—students can practice tumbling and chants with the goal of one day learning to successfully chumble. As kids play, parents can wait out in the lobby and peer through the windows that open into most classrooms.
Blaine A. Feyen has taught martial arts in more than a dozen countries across the world, bringing his lifelong passion to students, the military, and law enforcement organizations. At Toyoda Aikido Center, he and his staff instruct participants in the arts of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, aikido, and kendo.
Brazilian jiu-jitsu classes give students an understanding of MMA fundamentals, with a focus on grappling, ground fighting, and tickling opponents into submission. Kendo lessons teach participants to spar with bamboo swords. Aikido classes impart many skills useful for self-defense, covering punching, breathing exercises, and defense theory. The center offers an immersive live-in program for its most serious students, allowing full focus on perfecting their martial arts techniques and watering their Chia pets.