Extra Innings Littleton's sprawling baseball enclave sharpens batting and pitching skills with a lineup of seven multiuse training tunnels. Each spacious tunnel is 70 feet long, 25 feet high, and 15 feet wide, leaving plenty of room for wild pitches, fly balls, and improvement. There's no limit on the number of pitches flung by the ball-launching machines, which can be adjusted to spew out blazing fastballs for the pros or gentle, encouraging lobs that help to train new players; tees are also available for the youngest sluggers. If human pitchers want to sub in for Extra Innings' robotic all-star, the facility's protective L-screens stand ready to protect them from line drives as pitching arms practice hurling orbs toward a catching or batting partner.
The W-League Rookie Franchise of the Year in 2010, the Colorado Rush take on all slide-tackling opposition with grace, skill, and determination. Cheer on the Rush as they host their northerly neighbors, the Victoria Highlanders, in a battle of pinpoint passing, fierce shots on goal, and precisely catapulted orange slices. A beverage and a baked-good treat (a $3–$5 value each) provide fuel for enthusiastic shouting and ringing high-fives. Fans should remain glued to seats during the break for the Thunder Team, members of a special-needs program who will perform a halftime show. Seating is general admission (a $6 value each for adults; a $3 value each for children), so arrive anytime after 6 p.m. to stake a claim near the most fetching patch of sod.
With the help of Shakespeare Golf, bunker-dwelling wedge-wielders and rough-slashing excursionists can finally bring balance to their game without the use of a 15-foot tightrope-walking pole. As a former Nationwide Tour professional, Greg Shakespeare draws on more than 30 years of steady-handed golf expertise to iron out swing kinks with the devastating energy efficiency of a solar-powered steamroller. By working with scores of current pro and amateur players alike, Greg has developed an efficient instruction regimen that molds loose-swinging players into taut, ball-launching bazookas. Students will benefit from effective practice drills that help them uncover their own game-changing swing, plus a video analysis that lets them see for themselves exactly what point in their follow-through elicits a sad trombone sound. Finally, instruction on proper practice methods and the psychology of golf will help ensure continued success, as well as nurture the ability to psych out opponents with casual quips about their outfits.
X-Treme Challenge was designed as a safe place for families, friends, and clusters of rambunctious youth to romp around in a rowdy battle of brawn. X-Treme Challenge creates competitions and games customized to participants' skill levels, ages, and interests. X-Treme Challenge offers sessions for young kids (ages 4–5), grade schoolers (6–12), and teens (13–17), as well as adults' nights for everyone over the age of 18.
Peak Athletics gives parents a child-free four hours on a Saturday night by supervising and entertaining their kids in a safe and active atmosphere during Parents Night Out. Entrust the center's staff with future presidents and former sandbox dictators, as they engage in games, open gym time, and Dadaist multimedia art projects, while eating pizza and making friends with up to 100 kids. The Peak Athletics facility covers 23,000 square feet of space and features two cheerleading spring floors, two in-ground trampolines, and an antigravity chess chamber. Parents Night Out occurs on selected Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; check the website for a list of upcoming dates.
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