A variety of attractions and games find their way into every corner of Aloha Falls Miniature Golf's indoor and outdoor attractions, which keeps guests of all ages enthralled no matter the season. An outdoor, Hawaiian-themed mini-golf course entertains families with members of all ages.
The indoor area is stocked with classic console games, inviting players into the video game lounge for Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and Sega, plus a few screens with XBox 360 and Wii games. Gamers of all ages are welcome to play, discuss, and discover new games, and if a game isn't on the list of available games, players are welcome to bring games from home. Monthly challenges and tournaments are held regularly, and the arcade occasionally holds late-night music events. Additionally, a cafe and bar are available year-round.
Over 350 dealers flock to the Lake County Fairgrounds, bringing along thousands of antiques. They set up tables—located both inside and outside—and proudly display their wares, which can include everything from children's toys and wooden furniture to jewel-encrusted frames and professionally restored antique clocks. Once their tables are ready, they sit back and wait for customers to arrive. This ritual, known as the Grayslake Antique Market, takes place on weekends throughout the year. Attendees can return frequently to scour through the market's ever-changing selection.
Hundreds of home improvement companies flock to Brilliant Event Planning, Inc.'s home expos, held all across Chicago. The experts the team amasses advise visitors on home redesign and improvement projects and helm exhibits on everything from kitchens and flooring to hot tubs and in-home solar energy.
Dr. Chris Hubbard was studying to become a strength and conditioning coach for elite-level athletes when a back injury altered his life plans. He shifted his focus, learning how to treat spinal injuries as he earned his license as a chiropractic physician. However, he hadn't forgotten his first dream—he had merely delayed it.
Dr. Hubbard combined his expertise as a trainer and a chiropractor to design a workout regimen based around functional movements, such as running, jumping, and crab-walking to confuse your predators. He ensured that the program was scalable, so that students could adjust it to match their fitness level. Then, he founded a boot-camp course. Each of his 40-minute sessions provides a full-body workout: attendees swing kettlebells, heft free weights, and toss medicine balls back and forth between cardio exercises. This balanced approach helps to build lean muscle and improve endurance over time.
In addition to developing Primal Fitness Bootcamps' workout regimen, Dr. Hubbard still offers chiropractic care. He also performs pain-relieving active-release techniques for those suffering from chronic aches.
Named for the main river running through Venezuela, Orinoco Fitness is a studio that aims to be as relaxing as a day out in nature. Owner Ana Santos Gitzinger, a native Venezuelan, styled the studio in a way that evokes the beauty of her homeland. The walls of Orinoco Fitness are splashed with images of South American waterfalls, mountains, and rainforests in order to help clients “shake off the Midwestern wintertime blues.” Above all, Gitzinger wants her clients to achieve fitness in an environment that’s fun and relaxing. In keeping with the stress-free atmosphere, students are encouraged to relax with a cup of tea in the lounge area after each yoga, Zumba, or Pilates class.