Novice calorie burners and ripped Michelangelo models alike can take advantage of Anytime Fitness’s one-month membership ($59), which equips bodies with enough treadmills, cycles, elliptical machines, and weights to make them fit enough to run a marathon inside of a swimming pool filled with mud. Two personal training sessions ($35) help self-sculptors attain results. This deal also includes unlimited tanning ($25/month) to paint new, ripply physiques a brilliant shade of bronze.
Fitness coach Jared Henderson calls upon his background as an 11-year military veteran to push exercisers? physical limits and will them toward their fitness goals. At CrossFit South Boise, Jared and his team lead constantly changing CrossFit workouts that empower students to run long distances and perform an array of functional movements. Their CrossFit routines rely on a variety of different techniques, including weightlifting, pull-ups, jump roping, and swinging battle hammers. The gym's classes can accommodate up to 10 students per hour.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kyle Burtenshaw presents his patients with a seemingly simple question: what is pain? For many, pain is something to be immediately quenched, but it presents a much more complex problem for Dr. Burtenshaw. Pain, he posits, is the body's warning signal for underlying problems and to simply mask the pain leaves those problems lurking, such as spinal dysfunction. With this in mind, Pioneer Sports & Pain Center focuses on sports medicine, physiotherapy, chiropractic medicine, soft tissue therapy, and wellness.
Fitness Xpressions founder Anita-Nell shares her NASM-certified instruction in group kettlebell classes and personal-training sessions. Anita-Nell’s personal fitness journey led her to shed 350 pounds and participate in more than 40 marathons. Her training programs blend strength and cardio routines with basic nutrition education, and hold students accountable for achieving their fitness goals. Group kettlebell workshops and personal-training sessions strive to push participants past their normal comfort levels; Saturday run/walk clubs turn exercise into social galas, but without the tuxedos and tension, unless participants deem their tuxes insufficiently sweaty.
Today’s Dentistry ensures the health of tomorrow's smiles with cleaning, adjustments, and cosmetic treatments for baby teeth through dentures. Drs. Klint Keller and Jason Hammer cater to the comfort of their patients through a variety of means, such as calming anxiety via sedation dentistry and relaxing massage chairs and coaxing shy mouths open with a ready supply of freshly baked cookies. Beyond general cleaning and upkeep services, the tooth pros restore order and shine to mouths with implants, snap-on dentures, and Invisalign braces, and offer same-day dentistry to accommodate oral emergencies, busy schedules, and cavity-ridden skydivers who just happen to drop in.
Designed by course architect Gene Bates, Hunter's Point Golf Club's 18-hole, par 71 course channels the windswept charm of Britain's links-style courses in its lengthy, emerald tapestry of bent-grass fairways and greens protected by formidable hazards. Throughout the course, a king's guard of expansive waste bunkers, deep pot bunkers, and deadly quicksand bunkers stand ominously alongside landing areas and greens, placing a high premium on precise shots and astute club selection. The course takes duffers careening amid the towering scenery of the Owyhee Mountains and Boise Mountain Range, and Lake Lowell and its surrounding waterways provide both pleasing panoramas and intimidating forced carries. On the par 5 16th, a slight dogleg left spans 669 yards from the farthest tees and culminates on a green guarded by five bunkers and patrolled by a feral flagstick. The course's considerable length—it measures 7,093 yards from the back tees—is tempered by its inclusion of five tee boxes on most holes, including a Jack Rabbit family tee that reduces the course length by more than half for true neophytes and players experimenting with spaghetti-based club shafts.