• For $39, you get one month of boys' or girls' beginning or intermediate gymnastics classes, held once per week (up to a $107 value, including $25 registration fee). • For $49, you get one month of boys' or girls' beginning or intermediate gymnastics classes, held twice per week (up to a $148 value, including $25 registration fee).
After an eight-year career in minor-league baseball, Coach Victor Hernandez went on to instruct hitting in 1986 at Eastern Oregon University, where he helped the team set most of its hitting records that still stand today. These days, Coach Vic teaches youth baseball players the same philosophies that penned EOU into the record books. At his indoor facility, he perfects students' hitting techniques in a professional batting cage furnished with a Home Plate pitching machine that lobs baseballs at speeds of up to 90 mph. The multitalented pitching apparatus can throw fastballs, curveballs, sinkers, sliders, change-ups, and kitchen sinks with a slight rising action, emulating various in-game situations with pinpoint accuracy. Softball players can also hone their hitting fundamentals similarly with the cage's Atec fast-pitch softball machine.
During one-on-one or group sessions, Coach Vic unveils the elements of a homerun swing, including proper stance, bat grip, and load. Through a series of drills, he gets batters to focus on proper hand action through the hitting zone and teaches them how to repeat the motion in every swing. As an all-around baseball player himself, Coach Vic can also instruct pitching mechanics.
To best prepare their students for the unexpected, the NRA- and DPSST-certified instructors at RazorSix Tactical fuse modern mixed martial arts techniques with operational training based on historical units such as the WWII Office of Strategic Services and the U.S. Navy Seals. Within a controlled environment at either the client’s home or the business’s gym, they create combat scenarios based on actual street fights and demonstrate basic survival techniques. Outside the gym, the staff’s passion is in creating equipment based on its signature design theory.
Meriwether National Golf Club invites players across the handicap spectrum to test their mettle at the 27-hole golf complex carved through the farmland of the Tualatin Valley. The club?s 18-hole, 6,719-yard layout incorporates open terrain, tree lines, and ponds that test golfers? ability to adapt to course conditions and phase out the indigenous birds demanding to use headcovers as nests. Golfers looking for an expedited round can loop the club?s nine-hole course, which lets players hone approach shots with six par 3s and three par 4s. Stationed next to the course, the Meriwether Grill remains open until 7 p.m. every night to provide post-round meals for those who haven?t spoiled their appetites by eating an unfavorable scorecard. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,719 yards from the farthest tees * Three tee options * Scorecard
Built in 1927 across more than 100 acres of verdant undulating hills, Forest Hills Golf Course challenges ball-thwackers of all abilities with 18 scenic holes designed by noted architect William Bell. The course is easily traversable by cart, saving breaths for gasps at views of surrounding peaks including Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, and Mount Hood. The pastoral par 72 grounds can be played on three course-difficulty ratings, helping players prolong the hours of tee-torching combat or engage in more diversionary swings and putts. A full practice facility sharpens game facets with putting greens, a practice bunker, and a driving range ready to aid captive balls in their journey back to the wild. A full bar and restaurant waits at the course’s end, teeming with refreshments including light eats, bracing tipples, and an oat bag for the cart.