Queenfield Golf Club features a scenic and secluded championship-length course, replete with manicured greens, arbor-lined fairways, and a top-notch driving range. Today's deal lets you putt and pendulum swing through the colorful links any day of the week, taking breaks to pretend that you are headlining a turtle parade in a brand-new Clubcar Precedent golf cart. With a practice green and bunker—plus lessons available from USGTF Pro Joe Richie—Queenfield Golf Club is the ideal spot for golfers to hone their skills and rehearse dropping to their knees after a stunning double-bogey.
We strive to offer the highest quality fitness education sessions and certifications, taught by the world’s leading fitness experts. Fitness Enthusiasts can get certified, fulfill educational credits or just take a single session for fun!
In business since 1981, Pedal Power boasts a team of bike geniuses that can make a customer's rust-riddled beater ride as smoothly as a hoverboard. Services start with a front- and back-wheel truing to ensure fast, fluid motion, followed by a gear and brake adjustment that replaces the need for bike-rider counseling sessions to work on communication skills. Mechanics straighten the bottom bracket, headset, and wheel hubs as necessary, and grease the chain to facilitate smooth, speedy shifts. Finally, tires inhale fresh air to balance freshly cleaned frames.
Grandmaster Y.K. Kim’s whirlwind life has taken him from Korea to the United States while wearing many hats including author, public speaker, philosopher, entrepreneur, and founder of Martial Arts World. The latter has grown into a family tree of locations spanning four states. At each location, dedicated instructors guide kids and adults through martial-arts classes that aim to instill a sense of confidence, self-discipline, and respect in each and every student. Classes serve as sweat-inducing workouts and an outlet to learn self-defense techniques.
Since 1988, Midlothian Athletic Club has dedicated its 70,000 square feet to myriad forms of achieving healthy living. Whether members want to hone tennis and racquetball skills, break a sweat in group exercise classes such as spinning and BodyPump, or relax in a sauna, they can do it at the MAC. The staff troll a stock of cardio and strength-training equipment, including FreeMotion Elite weight machines, Life Fitness treadmills and ellipticals, and Precor machines, ready to dole out technique pointers. At the indoor pool, swimmers can get a workout on the lap lanes, slip down water slides, or pretend to be toddlers in the kiddie pool. The club also has six indoor lanes, where instructors lead water-aerobics classes that are gentler on joints than moon aerobics.
To help guests recover after a hard workout, the Midlothian Athletic Club hosts many means of relaxation. The massage therapists calibrate their fingers to several styles of kneading, including deep-tissue, Swedish, and myofascial release massage. At the MAC Cafe, chefs sear turkey burgers, bake lime-chili parmesan fries, and blend protein shakes to order for nutritious refueling.
After a knee injury made traditional workouts impossible for her, Sandi Cauley revisited her childhood dance training. As a kid, she danced ballet folklorico, but as an adult she tapped into a more modern tradition—street dance. Cauley now helms Dance Trance Richmond, based out of Rigby’s Jig studio. In classes designed for participants of all skill levels, Cauley and a team of five instructors teach students hip new moves in a program based on the Dance Trance concept.
Originated by Jay Handline, Dance Trance centers on modern, calorie-burning dance workouts. In advanced classes, students mimic their instructors’ movements, picking up dynamic choreography by doing it themselves instead of relying on verbal direction. Beginners, meanwhile, can opt for classes that use spoken instruction and a slower pace, such as Dance Trance Breakdown sessions, which introduce new routines methodically.