Exercisers burn up to 600 calories during Jazzercise, Inc.’s 60-minute total-body workouts, which meld moves from diverse realms such as jazz dance, kickboxing, and yoga. Set to a medley of popular tunes, sessions are open to all skill levels and start off with a gentle warm-up before 30 minutes of cardio, strength training, and a closing stretching segment. The discontinuation of the Nobel Prize in Jazzercise ensures a noncompetitive class atmosphere, and whippersnappers aged 4–12 can get in on the fun during Juniors Jazzercise classes.
Colorful neon signs illuminate The Bar’s staff as they fill glasses with domestic brews, crack open imported bottles, and carefully infuse cocktails with premium liquors. A large outdoor beer garden shelters patrons who dine on free pizza on Fridays and drink in the sounds of occasional live music. Home to summer basketball and baggo leagues, The Bar also opens its doors to private events such as graduation parties and shuts them against pillaging Vikings.
The team behind beads etc. doesn't just sell a wide variety of beads—they teach their customers how to transform the baubles into jewelry through an array of classes. Some focus on simple tasks, such as how to make a single-strand necklace, while others cover more advanced techniques, like crocheting a beaded bracelet. To round out the selection, other classes teach techniques for making fused glass pendants and other bead-free jewelry.
The certified personal trainers at Endless Possibilities use simple training methods and equipment to turn regular people into regular people who can lift much heavier objects. Each customer's five training sessions are customized based on a discussion of personal fitness goals, which run the gamut from a slimmer shadow maker to an anvil-crushing six-pack. Under the motivational guidance of an experienced trainer, learn the art of contractile tissue cultivation through a fun, variety-filled session of lifting, pushing, pulling, crawling, flipping tractor tires, and swinging sledgehammers. With today's deal, prove that you can become a personal trainer lookalike with a little determination and a wardrobe of neon leotards.
With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, you'll move around a circuit of hydraulic-resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage your machine-maneuvering and your muscle-making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines use your body weight and fitness level to create resistance that matches your abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
Laser tagging is a pastime enjoyed by children and adult children alike, mixing the elements of strategy, accuracy, and inevitable fits of fun. In the multilevel neon arena, taggers slink into the shadowy mist to surprise their opponents, or take a Zeus-eye view, zapping bolts of lasers from above. As a warning, some strobe-light effects will be used to intensify the battle's excitement and celebratory break dancing.