Crooked Pines Farm is a family owned farm in Eatonton near the Lake Oconee area. We have embarked on a business venture to offer our neighbors, friends and your family the ability to receive quality products at reasonable prices with the best customer experience. Our goal is your satisfaction!
Oconee Outfitters eliminates pretty much any reason to stay inside?unless of course a customer needs to buy some more outdoor gear. The store stocks kayaks, bicycles, hammocks, and other items that allow for adventure in the great outdoors. The staff also rents kayaks and tunes up bicycles. Then it's off to hit the surrounding trails or kayak down a river.
Owner and head instructor R. Frank Mullis Jr. has 20 years of experience in martial arts. He opened Milledgeville Academy of MMA in order to provide professional-level instruction in a friendly atmosphere. Students practice Brazilian jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, and self-defense while learning discipline and confidence.
Rush MMA is Middle GA's premier Fitness/Mixed Martial Arts training facility and Central GAs only training facility that is IBJJF certified. Whether you want to train for fun and fitness or pursue mma to a competitive level, Rush MMA offers classes to fit your needs.
Macon Tiger Rock's experienced instructors––who are dedicated members of the International TaeKwonDo Alliance––guide intrepid pupils through character-building calisthenics in a variety of martial arts and aerobic classes. Yoga instruction interweaves Vinyasa techniques with the YogaFit teaching system to create a workout that improves flexibility, strength, and balance with sit-ups, pushups, and squats. Under the tutelage of Tiger Rock's martial artists, tae kwon do-ers practice disciplined self-defense skills and the action-inclined confidence to challenge the Lincoln Memorial to a duel. Tae kwon do classes are organized into groups by age that include tiger cub (ages 3–5), junior (ages 6–12), and adult (ages 13 and older). Or, gain the ability to dropkick chandeliers during cardio-kickboxing classes, which trounce calories with an arsenal of athletically calculated aerial punts.
The first time Jimmy Redus tried out for cheerleading, it was just a joke with his wrestling buddies. However, when he didn't make the team, cheerleading became a real goal and eventually, a passion. More than two decades since that first tryout, he owns Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme??a cheer and gymnastics training center with its own 11,000 square-foot facility and team of experienced coaches. Tumbling classes, cheer teams, and private lessons train students ages 2 to adult, focusing on the athleticism of the sport and personal development.