Aboard the Spinner NXT cycles inside Rockin Indoor Cycle Hawaii, riders can simulate myriad conditions, from ambling across flat terrain to trekking uphill. The bikes are the central fitness instruments of one-hour classes, which benefit bodies by strengthening muscles and increasing cardiovascular health. To motivate participants through each intensive spinning session, the studio?s instructors surround riders with upbeat music and motivational videos. Afterward, a free bottle of water and towel await guests as they begin their cooldowns.
The inch-loss system offered at Redox Beauty Bar works to tone buns, thighs, and waists by simulating a physical workout using microcurrent technology developed by the coinventor of the pacemaker. It helps people slim down without the strain of vigorous exercise routines, the risk of surgery, or the tongue burns of an all-grapefruit diet. Treatments are administered in a private room and can deliver the same results as a good workout.
A hidden world resides off Honolulu's coast. Beneath the water's surface, endangered sea turtles weave between schools of tropical fish, and vibrant coral covers the ocean's original hardwood floors. This is the destination for Aaron's Dive Shop's scuba exhibitions. A PADI five-star IDC center, Aaron's trains divers with a PADI curriculum that offers open-water certification programs.
Under the leadership of the owner, Jack, and the course director, Larry, Aaron's Dive Shop's PADI instructors guide their students through a natural progression of coursework. They start with time in the classroom, move on to train within confined swimming pools, and then eventually dive out in the Pacific Ocean. The dive masters can also develop more nuanced techniques such as night diving, wreck diving, and underwater photography. And when they're not underwater, the staff members can be found at their dive shop, which stocks gear from brands such as Aqualung and Oceanic.
Bali Boo carefully selects each piece of Hawaiian and imported Indonesian furniture, as well as the chic island-inspired knickknacks found in the store’s 15,000-square-foot showroom. The shop's three floors teem with high-end koa and mango furniture from local island woodcrafters, as well as handpicked petrified and coconut furniture from Indonesia.
For more than half a century, Round Table Pizza's chefs have been rolling out fresh, made-from-scratch dough, sprinkling it with a signature three-cheese blend, and baking the delectable disks to a golden brown. The most popular pie is King Arthur's Supreme, a benevolent despot that rules over mouths with pepperoni, italian and portuguese sausages, dry salami, and various veggies. Round Table's chefs don't stop at these specialty pies, though?they also can customize build-your-own pizzas by slathering dough in one of five sauces such as zesty red or creamy garlic, and then layering on your choice of more than 30 toppings.