Rebel Race's military-style obstacle courses challenge athletes from all backgrounds to shed humdrum day-to-day routines to experience the primal joys of mud, sweat and glory. Emerging from the mire in various states across the country, each Rebel Race packs its rucksack with tests of physical and mental toughness, rousing racers and washing machines alike to triumph in the face of sloppy opposition. After dashing through fire, climbing walls, and scaling mountains of hay, race participants bask in the collective kudos of parties, which include live entertainment, food, and beer for purchase. Camping options encourage participants and spectators to transform races into weekend getaways, while awards recognize each day's standout competitors and most-humble mud pits.
Equipment: Rogue Equipment - Kettle Bells, Medicine Balls, Rowers,, Weights
Students should bring: Bottled Water, Towel
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Please discuss your current fitness level and expectations with the Trainer.
A stream of yellow and black buzzes by. It's not a swarm of bumblebees, but friends and family racing each other in yellow and black go-karts around Checkered Flag Indoor Karting's 23,000-square-foot speedway. Strapping on helmets and sliding in behind the wheel of 15HP electric karts, up to 10 drivers jockey for position while whipping around eight snaky turns and sling-shooting past opponents on the wide lanes along the 100-foot front stretch. The facility's electronic timing system lets speedsters check out their best lap times from each 20-lap race. Racers must be at least 54" tall or born with tires instead of feet to traverse that track, but during birthday parties kids aged 4–9 and at least 36" tall zip across the 100-foot Mini Cup track. With a snack bar slicing pizza and pouring soda and an arcade, the facility can play host to parties for older kids and adults, as well as corporate team-building events. And for kids and adults seeking serious competition, Checkered Flag organizes leagues lead by indoor karting champion, Tom Prioli.
Hunter?s Haven Farm sprawls across multiple acres of verdant farmland in Groveland, fostering a bucolic atmosphere dedicated to teaching equestrian riding techniques in lessons for riders 8 and older. The center?s two horse whisperers call upon three decades of training and riding experience to coach students in the center?s dual riding modalities, hunt seat and dressage. Hunt seat displays the horse?s prowess while running flat or jumping over small hurdles; dressage leads steeds through sequenced movements that showcase their natural impulses, whether running freely with a rider or stopping to vote ?neigh? in a local election. The farm?s facilities encompass an indoor arena, cross-country fences, and a galloping track. Students can also guide their steeds around a lit outdoor ring or practice circuits around the onsite dressage ring during private or group sessions. A petting zoo lets children take guided pony rides or meet friendly goats and pigs.
Golfers pocketing The Northeast Links Card will secure one season of discounted green fees at some of the top courses throughout the Northeast. Members will save 10%-40% every time they play any of the 130+ courses and the fee always includes the cart. In addition to the green fee discounts, members receive pro shop and dining discounts at select courses and a free Warrior lob wedge or hybrid golf club valued at over $150. Available courses include The Equinox Resort, Okemo, Mount Washington Hotel, and Samoset Resort. Wherever you travel in the Northeast, there is always a Links Card course to play nearby.
Plum Grove Equestrian Center expertly trains riders of all skill levels in its picturesque yet state-of the-art facility. With a one-hour private lesson, equestrian-educated instructor Dani Douphinette will carefully watch her pupil's riding style and give personalized one-on-one training to perfect technique. The brand new 72’ x 160’ indoor riding arena allows riders to stay out of the cold and utilize the latest in horse technology. Giddy-yappers are free to bring a steed of their own, or choose from Plum Grove’s stable of happy horses, each with its own personality. Ride on the quiet, beginner-friendly CJ, become acquainted with the carrot loving Chester, or discuss the latest trends in horseshoe fashion with Plum.