As a member of the U.S. Golf Association, both of GolfTEC's golf tech centers are staffed by experienced PGA golfing professionals and computers who’ve been programmed in compliance with the Three Laws of Golfing Robotics, particularly the First (a robot must not move the ball from where it lies or, through inaction, allow a ball to be moved). Motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor your swing and break down your form on a high-definition video display. GolfTEC’s PGA specialists will then point out flaws, emphasize strengths, and coach you on how to permanently improve your game from tee to green. Their sensors will chirp with approval when you finally execute a perfect stroke or crack an especially witty putting pun.
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Reinvigorate your workout and get started on the path to better fitness with the supportive attention and personally crafted routine from one of Push's personal trainers during your one-on-one, 45-minute session. Afterward, you can schedule a deep-cleansing and exfoliating facial to calm your well-pumped-up face.
The name, KnowSweat, is more than a hollow boast. The instructors have amassed years of martial-arts and personal-training experience, they and hold an accreditation from the American Council on Exercise Faculty. In that capacity, instructors train other fitness professionals in pursuit of continuing-education credits, and they bring that same level of expertise to every class they teach.
The teachers anchor many of the gym's workouts in martial-arts maneuvers, incorporating fast-paced punches and kicks into cardio routines like a ninja with a short attention span on a treadmill. Students jump rope, shadow box, and fling high-flying roundhouses at one another. All the while, heavy pads strapped to hands and forearms absorb the impact.
Another class is winding down at Indy Boot Camps and owner Tod Esquivel informs the group that they are going to finish with group sit-ups. Some people groan, others laugh, but everyone ultimately squeezes together, locks arms, and begins doing sit-ups in unison. This exercise exemplifies the challenging but fun exercises at Indy Boot Camps. Esquivel is a fan of bodyweight exercises, interval training, partner exercises, and the aforementioned group exercises, and amplifies their results with physio balls, heavy ropes, and BOSU balls. His facility stages indoor and outdoor boot camps and features a children’s play area that is in sight of the workout area, so parents can keep an eye on their kids and kids can keep on eye on their parent’s alarmingly expanding biceps.
The first 18-hole course ever designed by legendary architect Pete Dye, Maple Creek Golf and Country Club's challenging course layout unfurls across 6,633 yards of tree-lined, water-kissed topography. The club's driving range is an expansive tract that absorbs players' practice shots as they prepare for the fast-starting course where the second hole is the most difficult and most willing to throw a tantrum. Babbling streams and rippling ponds add to the scenery of the pristine par 72 course, threatening the life force of ill-struck orbs on as many as 11 holes. Class-A PGA pro Jim Grossi roams the verdant valley, shoring up swings in lessons, on a never-ending mission to appease his golf mentor, who was half golf cart.